Sony's PS3 and PSP classics download service, known in Japan as the Game Archives, got a major boost of name recognition today as Square Enix made its first titles available.
Gamers in Japan (and those overseas with Japanese PlayStation Network accounts) can now download the following first generation PlayStation titles for play on their new generation PlayStation systems: Xenosaga, Einhander, Rakugaki Showtime, Astronoka, Raystorm, and Fighter's Impact.
The first four titles fall under the Square Enix brand, with the last two falling under the Taito brand. Taito is a wholly owned subsidiary of Square Enix.
A couple of the Square Enix titles may not be recognizable to audiences outside of Japan. Astronoka and Rakugaki Showtime were originally published by Enix before the merger with Square. The latter was developed by Treasure.
All six titles are available for the standard 600 yen Game Archives price point and are playable on both the PSP and PS3.
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