The ESRB has revealed a trio of new PSOne Classics that will be heaing to the Playstation Store in the future.
Does anyone else feel like they are wasting time with these games? There are much better titles to focus on, instead we get this crap. Where the hell is the FF games anthology, chronicles and origins.
Maybe they are planning to release it on blu-ray remastered.
This is how sony is going to win 2010.
haha i know ur being funny cause sony isnt gonna with with these lame ps1 titles,least they could do is release more rpgs,i dont see why they just dont flood the psn with alot more,but i guess its there way of sayn they got stuff to release on thursdays etc. we need to be able to play the downloadable psp games on ps3 lol. plus release some decent psn titles insead of wot they release now. that whole eyepet thing was a flop. why dont they just get on with release ps2 upscales instead of puzzy footn around and actn like its the biggest thing ever once a few hit the market like the gow upscales
Adding PS2 games to the PS3 would do that more so. Bringing PS2 BC back and eliminating the PS2 would instigate a migration.
Yeah... if there's one word that comes to mind when I think of those three games, it's "classic."
Please stop pu$$y-footing around and get to putting out some PSOne classics that a large percentage of your gamers actually want.
I don't know if a lot of people want them but I want Intelligent Qube and Poy Poy. Remakes would be better though.
Star Ocean: The Second Story Vagrant Story Xenogears Final Fantasy IX Legend Of Dragoon Chrono Cross Ehrgeiz Legend Of Legaia Parasite Eve Parasite Eve 2 Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete Street Fighter Alpha 3 Bloody Roar 2 Those are just off the top of my head. You're slacking, ack!
Excellent starting list.
i like the PSone classics and i dont think they're wasting their time...nostalgia is the shiz, but i do wish PS2 stuff was in plenty on there im just sad the games they announced are garbage
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