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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 842d ago | opinion piece

Most Desired PlayStation Classics

By Sam Marchello:

"The PlayStation Network is home to many unique titles, from indie games to triple-A. It's a service that allows gamers to uncover new creative endeavors, while also being able to download some of the hottest titles. The network is also home to the PlayStation Classics, a section that is full of old treasures and sweet nostalgia, though there are still many greats yet to be acknowledged. These six selections are games that are still in demand, many cost a fortune, and/or are simply wonderful RPG comfort food. In this feature, I'm going to pitch to you all why I believe the following six RPGs deserve a place in the PlayStation Classics section of the PlayStation Network." (Legend of Legaia, Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, Retro, Suikoden II, Valkyrie Profile, Vandal Hearts)

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