Sony has already announced plans to launch a PlayStation Suite for Google Android which would let you play classic PSOne games on supported Android smartphones or tablets. Now NVIDIA has posted a little more news about the Suite in the recently launched Tegra Zone app.

It’s not clear at the moment if this means the PlayStation Suite will only work on devices with NVIDIA Tegra 2 chips, but it certainly seems like at least some Tegra-based phones and tablets may be supported soon.

Android And Me also spotted a note suggesting that some Playstation2 games might also be made available for the platform, but that line was later removed from the Tegra Zone description.

Some of the first apps slated for the platform include Wild Arms, Cool Boarders 2, and Syphon Filter.

via Engadget

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