Remember the PocketStation? It was an odd LCD peripheral for the original PlayStation that launched in 1999, exclusively in Japan.
It was so popular in Japan that Sony execs delayed - and eventually cancelled - a Western release to satisfy demand in the company's home country.
Which is a shame, as the device offered monochrome mini-games that you could download from full PS1 titles such as Ape Escape, Grandia, Crash Bandicoot 3 and Ridge Racer Type 4.
Three of these mini-games have been re-released today in Japan as part of a new PocketStation app for PlayStation Vita. It's a free download for PlayStation Plus subscribers, Siliconera reports.
Crash Bandicoot 3, Mega Man and Ape Escape are available today, while Dokodemo Issho - a game which features feline Sony mascot Toro will follow next month.
We've asked Sony about the chances of a western release.