MonkeyPaw has confirmed five of its games will be available as Vita compatible PSOne Classics in this week’s PlayStation Store update. The retro-specialist’s offerings are Alundra; Vanguard Bandits; Arc the Lad; Arc the Lad II and Tomba. It’s a great range but it also suggests we’ll probably see a variety of games from other developers and publishers announced when Sony does a full Store update reveal. Stay tuned.
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You can shoot down Cabal ships in the Destiny 2 beta, although it is a big old waste of your time and super
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Arc The Lad
Sony’s mobile gaming division is picking up some of PlayStation’s long-neglected favourites.
Sony has announced that its PSN Import program starts this week in the UK with Arc The Lad, Sonic Wings Special, and Cho Aniki,. Each title was ported by MonkeyPaw Games, the stduio which has been handling the PSone imports in the US since September 2010. All games released will be in their original form […]
Arc The Lad II
More Arc the Lad games are going to hit PSN soon.