PS1 Classics Finally Coming to Vita this Summer

It was announced during Sony’s E3 press conference that those 15-year-old PSOne classics like Final Fantasy VII and Tomb Raider are going to be made playable on your PlayStation Vita sometime this Summer. While the exact lineup and number of games is unclear at this moment, it appears that availability for the most popular classics will be prioritized, with more titles being made compatible down the road.

Of course, downloading and playing PSOne Classics has been possible on both the PS3 and PSP for years now, but the prospect of not having to dust off your old PSP to continue that 60-hour Final Fantasy VII campaign is a relief.

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