More than 100 PS one, PSP classics now available for PS Vita
Get your game on!
Just in time for the PS Vita 1.8 software update, Sony has dropped over 100 PS one and PSP games onto the PlayStation Store so you can buy them and download them to your PS Vita and get your nostalgia dose on the go.
There’s a complete list of games over on the official PlayStation website, but some of the best stuff includes:
PS one games
- Tekken 2 (SCEE) – Fan favourite of the popular fighting series Tekken
- Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus (GT Interactive) – Quirky platformer starring the unusual, but iconic Abe
- Tomb Raider II Starring Lara Croft (Rebellion) – Hugely popular sequel to the genre-defining action / adventure game Tomb Raider
- Crash Bandicoot (SCEE) – Classic platforming action from Naughty Dog, creators of Uncharted and The Last of Us
- SILENT HILL (Konami) – Debut chapter in the terrifying survival horror game series that has been haunting dreams since 1999
- Vagrant Story (Square Enix) – Square Soft developed action / adventure role playing game that focuses on weapon creation and modification, as well as elements of puzzle-solving and strategy
- WipEout (SCEE) – First in the series of futuristic racing games set in the year 2025
- GRANDIA (Ubisoft)– Role-playing game set in a fantasy world of emerging technology and exploration
- Ridge Racer Type 4 (Namco Bandai Europe) – Arcade racing at its finest
- Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (Konami) – Third person action game widely considered as one of the best titles to come to PSP
- Dissidia® 012™ Final Fantasy® (Square Enix) – Prequel to Dissidia Final Fantasy, 012 revolves around the twelfth cycle of the eternal conflict between the gods Cosmos and Chaos
- Final Fantasy® IV Complete Collection (Square Enix) – Ultimate compilation of the FF IV saga and its sequel The After Years
- TACTICS OGRE™: Let Us Cling Together™ (Square Enix) – Tactical role-playing game regularly included on “all-time favourites” lists
- Valkyria Chronicles™ II (SEGA) – Epic adventure game set in fictitious 1930s Europe
Also, PS Vita owners who have already purchased any of these games for PS3 can download them to their handhelds for free. Prices start at just €1.19 (around R12 or so), which is a whole lot cheaper than the R600 launch price fifteen years ago. Ha, and your friends said you were a fool to wait for a price drop. Who’s laughing now?