While the PS Vita storefront will remain open for the foreseeable future – following a dramatic U-turn from the Japanese giant – Sony is sticking to its original plan of ceasing to accept submissions for the handheld’s PS Store from 20th July, meaning a final batch of new releases will deploy tomorrow. A couple of indie developers have reached out to us to confirm that their projects have made the deadline; here’s what you can look forward to.
- Russian Subway Dogs: Inspired by the real-life stray dogs of the Moscow Metro – the name was a giveaway, eh? – this arcade experience from Spooky Squid Games will find you stealing food and juggling vodka (!) across a full-length campaign and a procedurally generated arcade mode.
- Ultra Mission: A top-down shooter from Gumbo Machine, inspired by the likes of Robotron 2084. With a combo system and an infinite gameplay loop, the developer’s promising an arcade experience that – despite carrying a budget, $2.99 price point – will keep you playing for some time.
These are the two that we received press releases for, but there’s a good chance that several others will deploy tomorrow, and we’ll keep you up to date as more information emerges. Will you be supporting these PS Vita stalwarts? Charge up Sony’s cult portable console, and let us know in the comments section below.