PR: NIS America Announce Their Last Titles Published For The Vita

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

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NIS America

NIS America will be releasing its last three PS Vita titles The Lost Child, Penny-Punching Princess, and The Longest Five Minutes for physical release in North America March 19! Available through retailers, get these “limited” titles—previously only digitally released—in your hands before it’s too late!

The Lost Child
In a calamitous war between angels and demons threatening the mortal realm, where does an occult journalist come in? The “Chosen One,” Hayato Ibuki, along with the angel Lua and the 100+ Astrals under his command, must save humanity from the clutches of Cthulhu!

Penny-Punching Princess
It’s not only money that does all the talking—fists also make for a good negotiator! Punch, trap, and bribe your way to victory as the titular Princess, and find out how money came to be king in this domain!

The Longest Five Minutes
A hero stands before the Overlord, the origin of all evil, until suddenly he loses memories of his adventure: his hometown, his allies, even the very reason for facing the Overlord himself. Will he be able to regain these invaluable memories?

Available March 19 in North America for PS Vita at $29.99 USD—this is your last chance to get the physical versions of The Lost Child, Penny-Punching Princess, and The Longest Five Minutes! Get them before they’re gone for good!

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