Japanese developer Cave has cancelled its two in-development titles scheduled for release on PlayStation Vita.
Sniper Elite V2 leads the UK's all-formats chart for the second week running.
The Xbox 360 conversion of arcade shoot-'em-up Akai Katana will be released here next Friday, 11th May, Rising Star Games has announced.
This is a budget boxed release with an RRP of £29.99. And most online shops are slicing a fiver off that.
Akai Katana is made by Cave, a shoot-'em-up developer with more pedigree than a 24-carat golden retriever.
Japanese import publisher Rising Star Games has announced a bustling 2012 release schedule for Europe, with an increased emphasis on 3DS games.
Rising Star confirmed it would handle publishing duties for five 3DS titles this year, including retro rhythm title Bit.Trip Saga and the latest Harvest Moon farming sim games.
Rune Factory Oceans, the latest chapter of Harvest Moon's spin-off RPG series, will also arrive. But the PlayStation 3 and Wii game will only launch in Europe on PS3.
Cave, the Japanese studio behind acclaimed bullet hell shoot 'em ups such as DoDonPachi, Espgaluda and DeathSmiles, is refocusing development resources on social games following a disappointing six months of trading.
Cave shoot-'em-up Akai Katana is heading to Europe. Rising Star Games will publish, and is eyeing an early 2012 release date.
Another one from the Cave.