PSOne Classics coming to Vita later this month

By Matt Williams, Tuesday, 5 June 2012 02:37 GMT

Sony has confirmed that PSOne Classics will become available for the PlayStation Vita later this month.

Currently available for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable, PSOne Classics offers an ever-expanding selection of classic titles from the PSOne library, including the likes of Final Fantasy VII, Twisted Metal, and Silent Hill.

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