It looks like Jak & Daxter won’t be the only platforming partners plotting a path onto the PlayStation Vita, as the ESRB has awarded an ‘E-10’ rating to the Sly Cooper Collection for Sony’s flagship handheld. The North American ratings board doesn’t make a habit out of classifying content that doesn’t exist, so it’s probably safe for you to assume that this is ‘legit’ unless that we learn otherwise.

Originally released for the PlayStation 3 in 2010, the Sly Cooper Collection collates all three of the titular tea leaf’s PlayStation 2-era escapades, and enhances them with a fresh lick of paint. We get the distinct impression that Sony’s going to be rolling out the remainder of its Classics HD line for the Vita. The question is: are you willing to pay for the compilations again? Let us know in the comments section below.

[via esrb.org, computerandvideogames.com]