NISA Reveals Last Physical PS Vita Games Coming in Spring 2019

NIS America will be releasing its last three titles for the PlayStation Vita. The Lost Child, Penny-Punching Princess, and The Longest Five Minutes will be getting limited physical copies on March 19th.

The RPG, The Lost Child, puts you in the role of an occult journalist Hayato Ibuki who has become The Chosen One. “Along with the angel Lua and the 100+ Astrals under his command, must save humanity from the clutches of Cthulhu!”

Isometric top-down brawler Penny-Punching Princess has you beating down dragons and bribing them to go away to complete missions. As the game describes “Punch, trap, and bribe your way to victory as the titular Princess, and find out how money came to be king in this domain!”

Finally adventure RPG The Longest Five Minutes outs you in the shoes of a hero that doesn’t even remember why he is facing the final boss, The Overlord. A traditional style role-playing game that has player recalling memories and experience to face the boss again.

These titles will be available in North America retailers at $29.99 USD. Check out the trailers below:


Author’s Take: Yet another reminder that the Vita is dead and gone. Yet publishers like these found an audience that is more than willing to buy games for their beloved handheld. Puts a smile back on my face. Also, I think I need Penny-Punching Princess.


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Victor Aparicio

Senior Staff Writer - Has bought eight versions of Final Fantasy VII, chat with him on Twitter about how bad he is with money. Currently Playing: The Last of Us Part II, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and the original Final Fantasy VII.