Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two launched Tuesday in US and arrives in UK shops tomorrow, June 21.
Disney is marking the occasion with one last trailer showing the portable version in action below.
The sequel to the Wii exclusive Epic Mickey was released last November on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and Wii.
The Vita version, announced in March, will contain new features that take advantage of the handheld's hardware. "You'll be able to control paint, thinner and Oswald's electric beam using the touch screen, as well as use orientation-based controls for both the camera and while driving," explains SCEA's Don Mesa.
Touch screen controls are also used to "give instructions to AI, select/drag/drop sketches, burst bubbles and projectiles, and navigate all menus".
Junction Point, the studio founded by Warren Spector and developer of the Epic Mickey games, was closed in January, with parent company Disney Interactive claiming the decision was made in order to "align resources against our key priorities".