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The Rare PlayStation Vita Role-Playing Game That Could Make You A Fortune

The PS Vita was something of a failure, as well as a piece of technology that Sony probably wants you to forget. What's even more unfortunate is that it was a flop that the company thought would be a hit. Considering how things went for the Vita, it's not likely that fans will see another portable PlayStation again. However, that's not to say there weren't some good things to come from the handheld.


Even though Sony couldn't compete with Nintendo in the handheld market, that doesn't mean there's no love for portable PlayStation systems. In fact, both the PSP and PS Vita have quite the following among fans

Any system that has followers is going to have collectors. And what do collectors want? Why, the rarest, most valuable games. You probably wouldn't be surprised to know that the Vita has its share of rare games. If you happened to snag a limited edition copy of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1, you could be looking at a small fortune. Here's the scoop.

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 Limited Edition

Launched in 2014, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 is an RPG starring a fallen goddess named Neptune who is on a quest to recover her memories and save the world.

When it was first released, there was a special edition version with a highly limited quantity available. For $57.99, gamers received a copy of the game, a special EVA case with exclusive artwork, a rubber 8-bit character ornament, and a high-quality art print. The bundle was only available through Amazon.


If you were lucky enough to snag a copy for its retail price and wanted to sell it today, you could be looking at profits around $700 or more for the complete set. Of course, securing a copy was no easy task; there were only 1,000 units of the limited edition version of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 available. Because there were no preorders and the scalper problem that plagues next-gen consoles has always been an issue, you may have faced some stiff competition if you tried to score a copy back in 2014.