Leon from Plus XP writes: "Ever since I first experienced 3D graphics on the PSP, one of my biggest dreams for handheld gaming has been the concept of portable PlayStation 2 titles. With the PSP capable of emulating the PS1, console classics such as Final Fantasy VII-IX, Legacy of Kain and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night were all instantly transformed into portable titles – and I must admit, I hoped that the same system would appear on the Vita, only with the PS Store’s PS2 Classics range this time around. Sadly, it seems that this isn’t a feature we’ll be seeing any time soon – if it’s even possible for the Vita to accomplish, as there’s a difference between the Vita being able to run games of PS2 quality, and running games that were built to run on PS2 hardware. However, that’s not to say that experiencing the PS2′s library is an impossibility in itself – in fact, some developers are now taking the opportunity to release Vita versions of console games – and in the process, making them even better than the originals. We’ve already had Metal Gear Solid HD Collection – and now we have Persona 4: Golden."