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Submitted by Lucreto 955d ago | news

Play PSOne Classics On Your PlayStation Vita Starting August 28th [Update]

PSOne Classics will be available on the PlayStation Vita starting August 28th, Sony announced at Gamescom this morning.

Update: Unfortunately, not all PSOne Classics will be available right away. The games will be gradually rolled out over a period of time. Final Fantasy VII and Tomb Raider were two titles mentioned during Sony’s Gamescom announcement. (Final Fantasy VII, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Tomb Raider)

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insomnium2  +   955d ago
Sounds great! This is one of the reasons I've been on the fence about Vita. I love new games but some of the classics are priceless to me.
TENTONGUN  +   955d ago
ive never played ff7, but i bought it right before the release of the vita. now i can finally check it out before ffx

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