MonkeyPaw Games published titles from the Classic sections on PlayStation®Network to be playable on PlayStation®Vita system
Hokkaido, Japan– August 27th, 2012 - MonkeyPaw Games, Inc, today announce their list of PSone? Classics that will be playable on the PlayStation?Vita system with update v1.80, available tomorrow August 28th.? Top classics such as Arc the Lad I and II, Alundra, Tomba!? and Vanguard Bandits will be amongst the first PSone? titles playable on the PS?Vita system.
“With these fine classics soon available on PS?Vita, gamers will have access to our best RPG and action titles,” said John Greiner, president of MonkeyPaw Games.“Games like Tomba!, Arc the Lad and Alundra are a blast to play on the go.? And now gamers can easily share these classic PlayStation? experiences with their friends.”
The full list of MonkeyPaw Games titles to be playable on PS?Vita tomorrow:
- <*> Alundra *> <*> Vanguard Bandits *> <*> Arc the Lad *> <*> Arc the Lad II *> <*> Tomba! *>
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About MonkeyPaw Games
MonkeyPaw Games, Inc. is a digital distribution-focused videogame publishing firm that specializes in bridging Japanese and Western markets. MonkeyPaw Games has introduced numerous true Japanese imports to Western and European markets, including Cho Aniki, Galaxy Fight, and Rapid Angel, as well as classic RPGs such as Alundra and the Arc the Lad trilogy of titles. MonkeyPaw Games revitalizes these Japanese experiences on the PlayStation?Network. MonkeyPaw Games also supports titles on Xbox? LIVE Arcade, Nintendo? WiiWare, Nintendo? DSiWare and OnLive? gaming digital distribution platforms. MonkeyPaw Games maintains offices in San Jose, California and Hokkaido, Japan.
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