“This isn’t retro!” No, but collecting is about more than retro. It’s also about getting ahead of trends. Sony’s Vita is struggling, and with the system split on physical/digital sales, retail copies of niche titles carry a small market share. Dragon’s Crown joins titles like Persona (and others) that could gain a following, and thus value. Something like Muramasa Rebirth? Maybe not since it saw release on Wii. It’s all speculative, but if you can score them cheap, jump on distinctly Japanese titles, fighters, classic shooters, and RPGs especially.