Sony have revealed the first 3 titles for its new PlayStation Network Import section.

The new Import section is designed to bring to gamers games they would never have played before, specifically direct-from-Japan PS one imports and Classics that never saw the light of day over here.

The first three titles are:

  • Arc the Lad:

    To this day, many of your favorite RPG features were first displayed in this epic series. Arc the Lad introduced gameplay fideas like jumping and body blocking that extended the tactical strategy element.

    Players follow the young adventurer Arc, set to save a world teetering on the edge of oblivion. Seven different party members will join the quest, each one bursting with dozens of hand-drawn frames of animation that immerse players in a surreal fantasy landscape.

    Further enhancing the game's presentation is an epic soundtrack. Players can also choose to plumb the depths of an optional 50-level dungeon that, if conquered, will influence future events in Arc the Lad II, unlocking a key character and a separate side quest.

  • Cho Aniki:

    As you blast your way through multitudes of erotic bodybuilders, spinning corpses and head holes, you'll find humor and challenge in completing every emphatic level. The game consists of an unending spiral of the weird and wonderful.

    Cho Aniki is tough and will challenge your shooting skills. But in return, you'll get a constant flow of humor and irony that will make you laugh as you blast your way through.

  • Sonic Wings Special

    Sonic Wings features 2-player same-screen simultaneous play and a choice of multiple jet fighters. Pick from 7 teams and fourteen pilots flying high in twenty-six different jets. Each captain is detailed out in anime graphics so you get a real feel for your co-pilot. There are 17 stages with multiple paths in which to choose while levels can be randomly served.