Aug 28
By Matt Gander In Blog No Comments

Sony has released a list of the PSone Classic games that’ll be playable on PS Vita following today’s v1.80 firmware update.

You can view it on the PlayStation Blog here.

It’s an impressive list. There are plenty of classics – including Crash Bandicoot, WipEout, Abe’s Exoddus, Final Fantasy VII, Resident Evil 2 – and also a handful of more obscure titles like Bishi Bashi Special, Galaxy Fight, Sheep, Sorcerer’s Maze and Cho Aniki.

If have already purchased these titles, you will be able to re-download them directly from your PS Store account or transfer them to your PS Vita directly from your PS3.

American PS Vita users have found that their list wasn’t quite 100 percent accurate, so don’t be surprised if some of the games on European list aren’t available either.



Published Tuesday 28th August 2012 by Games Asylum


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