Hello PSLS forum community! I've got 3 Japanese games on my "To review" list right now. All will get reviews on PSLS, as soon as I can finish them all and write the reviews. But I wanna hear it from you: which one do you want to see first? The candidates are, in alphabetical order: Akiba's Trip (PSP) “Akiba” is short for “Akihabara,” a district of Tokyo famous for selling a wide variety electronics, of course with an emphasis on games, manga, computers, and other things that one might associate with people like…people like…well, me. The title “Akiba’s Trip” is a play on words, because when you say it fast, it can sound like “Akiba Strip,” fitting of the game’s theme of tearing clothes off of passers by. You read that right. You see, there’s a vampire-zombie-thing problem in Tokyo, and everyone knows that when a vampire’s skin is exposed to sunlight, they disintegrate, right? Of course! Much in the spirit of the Salem Witch Hunts, your job is to yank people’s outfits right off their bodies and see if they die. If they do, good job; if they don’t, well then it’s a little bit socially awkward, but no harm done. Candidate #2 Freedom Wars (Vita) A hunting type game in the same class as Monster Hunter or God Eater. First party Vita exclusive -- we don't get too many of those. Copypasta from what I'm gonna say in PSJS: "I love the premise and world though, that's for sure. Players begin in prison, which made me lovingly remember Elder Scrolls, but similarities pretty much end there. Prisoners are often given ridiculously long -- actually impossible -- sentences, but can work down their time by helping the nation's war efforts. That's where the hunting and fighting come in, and that's where Freedom Wars's greatest strength can be found." Girls & Panzer (Vita) School girls are told that tankery can make them more womanly. Women have always climbed into tanks and done battle to accentuate their feminine qualities. So it's no surprise that all of Japan's all-girls schools become locked in tank battles. It's that slice of life story we can all relate to, right? So which one should it be? Vote now!