Classic shooters form the Vasara Collection, head to Vita

Strictly Limited and Braziliant devs QuByte continue to deliver the goods on the Vita with a physical and digital release of the Vasara collection, as teased last year. Down for a first or second quarter release, the collection consists of acclaimed Japanese arcade shoot ’em ups – Vasara (an arcade cabinet release from 2000) and sequel Vasara 2.

Across both games, science fiction meets history set in an alternate timeline of feudal Japan where technologically advanced weaponry see heroes use flying motorcycles with amazing firepower and fierce melee weapons to destroy their enemies. More detailed info on

Fight against warships, battle tanks, giant robots, evil soldiers and rogue Samurais to prevent 1600’s Japan from being taken over by tyrannical forces.

Features include

  • PlayStation TV and PS Vita TV support (2-player co-op)
  • Tate and vertical mode support
  • Eight playable characters inspired by real Japanese historical figures
  • Fight robots and Samurais using traditional shooting and powerful melee attacks
  • Easy mode for starters
  • Branching paths and multiple endings according to your characters and in-game actions