Look who's still making games for the PS2

Proving the PS2 still has an audience and Sony is sticking to its 10-year lifespan for the console, Gamertell has compiled a list of notable PS2 games being released for the PS2 in time for the Holidays.

From the article:

"While many gamers may have jumped ship to the comfort of the cell microprocessors that power the Playstation 3, the accrual of Playstation 2 titles have yet to come to a complete halt. The pickings may be slim but many developers, such as Atlus, continue to show faith in this 8-year-old console by releasing highly anticipated titles exclusively for the Playsation 2. Other developers, like Electronic Arts, show their support by continuing to develop Playstation 2 versions of popular multi-platform games."

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Raoh4080d ago

i have both atlus games on my gamefly que.. i might wait though on persona 4 since i'm not really done with persona 3..

mgbass134080d ago

dividing resources between 3 systems. Let's not forget this.

Freezingduck4080d ago

Sucks to whoever "still" supports the Xbox360

You can see it...lack of games for the holiday...closing of many first-party studios...the end is near

AllseeingEye4080d ago

A must buy. Thank god I have the 60GB ps3 because I sold my ps2 a long time ago.

sunnygrg4080d ago

Its great that devs are still supporting the 8year old system, PS2. However, I wish that they would just stop with crappy multi-platform ports (Mercs 2 anybody!?). Atlus, however, still makes excellent games. I am still playing P3 and enjoying the heck out of it.

Gorgon4080d ago

And since the PS2 is going full-force into India now, I guess the PS2 will continue beyond the 10-year lifespan.

ReBurn4079d ago

That's great for PS2 owners in India, but it doesn't guarantee quality titles into the future. The list in the article has some big name games, but there aren't very many. Developers are going to be sinking the lion's share of their capital into PS3 games, so the quality of new PS2 games is going to be like the quality of PS1 games after the PS2 launched.

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