Games dated December 17, 2011 (JP), February 15, 2012 (NA), and February 22, 2012 (EU) are launch titles of each region respectively.Three ninjas of the Kinkou Order: female human ninja Akali, the Fist of Shadow, male human ninja Shen, the Eye of Twilight, male yordle ninja Kennen, the Heart of the Tempest; dark ninja Zed, the Master of Shadows.A crossover game featuring several ninja characters from Namco and Capcom, including Hiryu and Hien from the Strider series, Taki from the Soul series and Waya Hime from Bravoman as playable characters.
In both games, players are able to create ninja characters ("Ninjutsu" and "Stalker" power sets), and customize much of their appearance, and some of their skills.
Ninja minions can also be summoned by a ninja master villain player character.
Ninja appeared in the 1987 first installment of the series as an upgrade from the Thief character class, while in Final Fantasy III (1990), Final Fantasy V (1992), Final Fantasy Tactics (1997), Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (2003), Final Fantasy XI (2002), Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (2007), Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light (2009), and Final Fantasy XIV (2010), Classes/costumes for the player's character in Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon (2000), Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2 (2002), Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3 (2005), Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology (2006) and Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 (2009).
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This is a list of games for the Play Station Vita that are distributed through retail via flash storage as well as downloadable from the Play Station Store, listed in alphabetical order from A to L.
While the Play Station Vita additionally plays some games of the Play Station Portable, original Play Station, Play Station minis, PC Engine (as purchasable downloads available on Japan PSN only) and Play Station Mobile, and is able to play Play Station 4 games through Remote Play and a selection of Play Station 3 games through Remote Play or Play Station Now, this list contains only games that were developed specifically for the system itself.
Physical cartridge retail games are region free and can be played on any device; digitally distributed games and downloadable content are however restricted by the PSN region the user's account is associated with, although there are no hardware restrictions on the type of regional account that can be used; this page lists the release date of games within the North American, European and Japanese regions, in addition to whether the game is available physically.
All PS Vita game formats (physical/digital) can be played with the Play Station TV; however, for various reasons (i.e.
incompatibility with motion sensor/camera) not all games are compatible with it (the touchpad can be emulated on the PS TV).