Sony has surprised everyone today by making almost every PS One and PSP games available to download and play on the PS Vita. However, despite being good news, it looks like this was a bug in the system or it was given the green light by mistake.
The games were first spotted by several users on NeoGAF, with some of these confirming that PS One titles like Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon, and several PSP titles like Mod Nation Racers and Valkyria Chronicles 2, are now availble to download and are playble on the PS Vita. However, despite being available for download, some of the titles aren't playable on the PS Vita, such is the case of Pocket Fighter.
In addition, it's worth mentioning that the titles aren't available to download via the PS Vita version of the PlayStation Store. To purchase or download the games, players will need to go the to SEN web store or buy the titles via PS3. Despite being available for nearly 24h, Sony has yet to say anything regarding the titles' sudden appearance.
Will you be purchasing any of these titles? Do you think that bringing all the PS One and PSP to PS Vita will boost the sales of Sony's second portable console? Share your thoughts in the comments below.