One of many few remaining upcoming PS Vita video games has been binned, as Frontwing has cancelled the crowdfunded handheld model of Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers. As a part of a protracted and detailed Kickstarter update, the staff primarily defined that the studio answerable for porting the visible novel to Sony’s moveable fell not on time, in the end rendering it undeliverable.
A press release mentioned: “It’s with nice remorse that we have now determined to announce that, though last-minute changes to the event and manufacturing schedule with all events concerned have been going down till very just lately, it has been confirmed as of final week that one of many foremost rewards for this undertaking, the PS Vita model of the sport (each bodily and digital), won’t be able to fulfill the deadline for its manufacturing.
“As such, we can be both cancelling and refunding, or exchanging the PS Vita model of the sport to the PC one for all eligible backers and pre-order retailer purchasers.”
Frontwing apologised, and confirmed that the PC launch will nonetheless be delivered, as alluded to above. This title has a protracted historical past, having beforehand launched on the PlayStation Moveable and PlayStation three in years previous. As such, it attracted nearly 2,500 backers, and raised almost $200,000 in funding. Alas, the PS Vita model isn’t any extra.