Stardew Valley Hits PS Vita Next Week

Stardew Valley Hits PS Vita Next Week

Stardew Valley Hits PS Vita Next Week

The hardware manufacturer emailed game developers today to let them know that they "plan to end all Vita GameCard production by close of fiscal year 2018", in both Europe and America.

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One thing to keep in mind is that Stardew Valley's Vita release will be exclusively a single player experience, but that's the way that many people would suggest you play it, anyway. And if you already have a PS4 version of the game, you can easily just download the portable version for free.

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In an e-mail to Kotaku, the company announced that developers must submit all Vita product code requests by June 28, along with final purchase orders by February 15, 2019. Since then, the PS Vita has been home to a collection of JRPGs, Japanese niche titles, and other indie games. Here's to you my sweet Vita, may you enjoy your final resting place on the shelf next to my Game Boy Colour and Sega Mega Gear.

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The PlayStation Vita was launched back in 2011. Six years old from a technology standpoint is quite impressive, especially for a piece of hardware that lost major support rather quickly. A spokesperson from Sony has confirmed to Kotaku that the company has decided that it will stop producing physical games for the handheld device. At this point it looks like Japan-where the handheld has a much higher popularity-will continue development.

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