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Sony brings nearly all PSOne, PSP games to PS Vita on SEN store

22 April 2014

Sony has seemingly made available virtually every single PlayStation and PlayStation Portable title for the PlayStation Vita via the Sony Entertainment Network store.

As reported by DualShockers, various users on NeoGAF spotted the games up for download on SEN, including Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon for PSOne and Gran Turismo and Phantasy Star Portable 2 for PSP.

However, it’s worth nothing that these titles are not available to download via the PS Vita edition of the PlayStation Store, and can only be accessed on SEN. Furthermore, some titles - such as Pocket Fighter - don’t function on PS Vita, suggesting their listing on the store was made in error by Sony.

Right now, it is unknown what is behind the deluge of downloadable games, and it is believed they may have been given the green light by mistake.

While on the subject however, something that has been confirmed is that Silent Hill Origins and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories are due to be made available for PS Vita soon.

Check out some snapshots below, showing PSOne and PSP titles on the store.


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