PlayStation Vita has a glut of games. A glut of great games, in fact. And as a device that’s found a sustainable home in Japan, many of those games happen to be Japanese. But here’s the thing: you’d think that with such great Japanese support would come a plentiful array of great JRPGs. But you’d be wrong. Think hard and scroll mentally through Vita’s catalog, and you’ll only come across a handful of traditional JRPGs that are actually worth playing.