Million Arthur coming to Vita

Wednesday, 3rd April 2013 02:18 GMT By Brenna Hillier

No, you’ve probably never heard of it, but in Japan Million Arthur is a big deal. Siliconera reports Square Enix is sensibly porting this phenomenally successful card battler from smartphones to Vita, and bringing it to Korea, too. It will join a number of free-to-play Vita games available for Asian markets. Let’s hope it helps Square Enix climb out of its financial hole; it’s attracted over 1 million users since launching in April last year.



  1. Ballisticon

    Vita was the worst hardware purchase ever for me. I had more fun with my Jaguar.

    I gave it to my nephew so he can play kiddie games on it since there hasn’t been a single game worth purchasing for over a year.

    Why do they release JRPG after JRPG on that piece of shit? What, they can’t port games that play on the ancient xbox or ps3? I don’t want a custom Vita game for the new tomb raider…I want the damn game I’m playing on my Ps3 and can then pick up my Vita and continue the game. But no, how about 20 more stupid JRPGs that no one has ever heard of or gives a shit about here in the States.

    Wait, what, you say wait for Killzone Mercenary? No, too late. I would even have taken a dozen releases like Dead nation or Killzone Liberation…but no…how about 50 JRPG games instead America! Fuck you, Sony.

    Wow, that felt good to say. /rant

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Lord Gremlin

    @1 Hey, I’d love to see those games released here in Russia on time. You should consider yourself lucky. Not by much I guess, but still.
    Meh, I usually end up buying Vita games from China. Japanese versions. Because It’s apparently just as hard to release them in Europe as develop them in the first place.

    Sony should really stop region locking DLC. Or they can kiss my arse goodbye next gen.

    #2 2 years ago

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