Japanese publisher Q Entertainment is bringing a free-to-play RPG to PlayStation Vita this month. Guardian Hearts Online on the PS Vita will use a micro-transaction system to offer players extra items, but the standard content will be free to download and play, according to Famitsu. While the game is due for release in Japan this month, it’s not clear when or if the game will be made available in the UK and Europe. It’s also unclear whether this will be a new title or a port of Q Entertainment’s mobile game of the same name, in which you hire other players as NPCs for your party. Guardian Hearts Online will actually be the Vita’s second free-to-play RPG following Sega’s Samurai & Dragons. If this game interests you, you can get a Japanese PSN account and add it to your collection as it will not be region locked.

 

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