With the slow launch of PlayStation Vita, Sony has been looking around places to bring more features to their new handheld console in order to attract more consumers. Recently, the Skype application was made available to the console which allows players to use it just like the app on their phone. It does not disturb your gaming session and you can even use credits to call landlines or mobiles. Skype may have given PSVita a little boost in terms of attraction, but to get more people to buy the system, Sony has decided to bring the classic PlayStation titles to the Vita.
The first ever PSOne title has been made available on the PSNetork, exclusively available on PSVita. Although the revival of classic titles seems awesome, but is Sony working hard enough to bring full support of the PSOne to their newest handled? Apparently not, reports from a popular gaming forum have revealed that the first game made available, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, gives errors and shuts itself down upon starting. According to reports, the game tries to run through the emulation of PS Vita but returns errors before a player can even start playing.
In return, Sony has officially responded to the claims saying that the company is hard at working bringing the support to the console. This first game was a test subject and in future players can expect perfectly supported PSOne games on PSVita.
Sony has urged to its consumers to be patient while their engineers figure out what went wrong. While a lot of people are criticizing Sony for prematurely releasing the game, others look at it like a ray of hope for the support finally coming to the Vita. From what it seems, the game was never set to officially appear on the Vita store, it happened so by an accident and Sony is currently investigating the matter.
No one from Sony was available to comment on the alleged leak of the game, but this is indeed an indication that the arrival of PSOne titles on Vita are not far away.