Famitsu's most wanted leaves the Vita way behind

A quiet week for the Vita in Famitsu with only two games up for review. First is Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy (now called Operation Babel in Japan, a sequel of sorts to the huge selling Demon Gaze, which is also confirmed for a western release) grabbing a score of 8/8/8/7.

The rather non-gripping sounding Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend – Blessing Flowers manages (video) a 8/7/7/7 while the highly dodgy-sounding White Robe Love Addiction manages 8/8/7/6.

Famitsu's latest most wanted list shows the predicament the Vita is in, new model on the way or not. With no big-name games (spin-offs aside) coming, it is now struggling to create much interest among Japanese gamers, even though the Vita has a decent number of games coming out for it.

What the platform needs is one of the Japanese staple big-hitters, and no one seems to be ready to bite for a console that's approaching 4 million sales in the country. Only one of those games, and you know who I mean by that, will kick Vita sales up the arse.

1. [PS4] Final Fantasy XV – 1,029 votes
2. [3DS] Bravely Second – 841 votes
3. [PS3] Persona 5 – 586 votes
9. [PSV] Tokyo Xanadu – 405 votes
10. [PSV] Kan Colle Kai – 399 votes
16. [PSV] Persona 4: Dancing All Night – 245 votes
19. [PSV] SaGa 2015 – 170 votes
28. [PSP] Ushiro – 105 votes
29. [PSV] Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax – 101 votes
30. [PSV] The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky FC Evolution – 92 votes