The PlayStation Vita 1.80 update to Japan will bring to PS Vita platform the old PSOne games that add up to a 700 strong collection. In addition, in related news, the PlayStation 3 users in Japan will now get to play old PS 2 games. Supposedly, Sony looked to cash in on the refreshed feel of the old titles.
PSOne Titles now in PS Vita
The latest portable gaming console from Sony will thereby provide a diversified experience to gaming enthusiasts now that it will roll the gaming years back. However, there is no word yet when these updates will come outside of Japan.
PS 2 Titles to Play in PS 3
The original PS 3 gadgets had supported old PS 2 games, but subsequent updates wanted to stay with the new things. Now the old titles will be back on all versions of the PS 3, and you have more choices now. These old titles will cost between ¥800 and ¥1500, which is from about $10 to $19. The titles will be launched on July 25 in the PlayStation Store across Japan and will include popular titles like Biohazard Code- Dragon Force, Veronica, and Decisive Warfare.