Back in 2011, Sony announced a new section of the PlayStation Store. Dubbed "Imports," here users would find a compilation of PSOne titles that had never been released outside of Japan. However, though it was a noble ambition at first, Sony quickly stopped updating the library, leaving users with only a handful of titles to choose from.
That's where publisher Gungho Entertainment comes in. The company has brought six of its PSOne titles to the Imports Section in today's PlayStation Store update. Included games are Zanaz X Zanac, Makerune Makendo 2, Vehicle Cavalier, LUP★SALAD, Art Camion Sugorokuden and FINGER★FLASHING. Each game is priced at $5.99 USD.
Unfortunately, GungHo cannot confirm if the games are Vita compatible, with community coordinator Antonio Cara stating the following:
"I don’t believe imports are compatible with the PS Vita at this time, but hopefully that changes in the near future! I’ll double check though as soon as the games go live."
Of these games, a handful are PS3 only, whereas others like Zanac X Zanac are able to be played on both the PS3 and PSP.
Will you be picking up any of these games?