Uta no Prince-sama: Dolce Vita cancelled for PS Vita, now coming to Switch alongside three ports

Repeat LOVE, Amazing Aria & Sweet Serenade LOVE, and Debut coming to Switch.

Uta no Prince-sama for Switch

Uta no Prince-sama: Dolce Vita, which was first announced for PS Vita in June 2016, has been cancelled for PS Vita and is now in development for Switch, developer Broccoli announced. Further details about the game itself, including a release window, were not announced.

Broccoli also announced that it will port three previously released Uta no Prince-sama titles to Switch, including:

  • Uta no Prince-sama Repeat LOVE for Nintendo Switch – Launches December 19 in Japan, originally released for PS Vita in January 2017 (and before that for PSP in 2011)
  • Uta no Prince-sama: Amazing Aria & Sweet Serenade LOVE for Nintendo Switch – Release date to be announced, originally released for PS Vita in October 2017 (and before that as separate PSP titles in 2010 and 2011)
  • Uta no Prince-sama Debut for Nintendo Switch – Release date to be announced, originally released for PSP in May 2012

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