Even Square Enix Has Given Up On Vita In The West

Even Square Enix Has Given Up On Vita In The West

This morning, Square Enix announced some new information for the Western release of I Am Setsuna, the gorgeous RPG they announced last year at E3. The good news: it will be out this winter. The bad news: no Vita.

Setsuna, which came out last month for PS4 and Vita in Japan, is a Chrono Trigger-inspired role-playing game by a new studio called Tokyo RPG Factory. It will be a digital release for PS4 and PC (via Steam) in the West — no Vita — joining Adventures of Mana on the list of Square games that came out for Vita in Japan but not here.

Such a shame. The Vita is a killer JRPG machine — it’s really too bad Sony murdered it.

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