At gamescom this year, publisher NIS America showed us its PS Vita games coming west soon. Here's all the deets…

Yomawari

Yomawari is among the most interesting games I've seen at gamescom. It's an isometric survival horror game in which you play a girl looking for her lost sister and dog.

Count me in.

Equipped only with a torch, you must navigate the woods in search for your missing friends, avoiding ghosts along the way. It was spooky and gorgeous and intriguing, and it's coming to Vita on October 28th.

Touhou Genso Wanderer

Unfortunately, an encouraging start was swiftly marred, with the next title being a pretty standard, dull-looking JRPG called Touhou Genso Wanderer.

The dungeon crawler features an ensemble cast of human-looking-but-not-actually-human characters, as well as some decent (if cliched) art, and boring combat. If you really want, you can check it out in early 2017.

Psycho-Pass Mandatory Happiness

Next up was a visual novel based on the first half season of the popular anime of the same name.

It rocked a cool 90s-futuristic look, a promising branching storyline, and it's out soon, too - September 16th, to be precise.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 2

I think was possibly the most trite game I've seen at gamescom. It's a turn based JRPG with boring art and pretty much nothing new. If that sounds like it's your thing (...), then check it out in the autumn.