Slowly looks at the camera
Holds up copy of Okami
Seriously though the game looks cool, I saw it a few weeks ago and it piqued my interest. I'm all over this kind of stuff.
So am I. But the thing is that not everyone in North America or Europe is into Japanese things, whether it be anime, art work, music, or video games. So in order to sell more units most companies would change practically the entire game to fit a foreign market. Okami is different because it uses the sumi-e art style that Japan is known for (but I never played Okami) making it marketable to people who see games as art and to those that enjoy Japanese culture.
What I'm saying is that there could be a chance that the game could be changed dramatically in the west than in Japan for cultural and marketing reasons. There's a chance that it won't seeing as it's on the Vita, one of Sony's consoles (Sony is less strict when it comes to regional things in their systems).