Starting today, Playstation 4 owners can download any of 8 fan-favorite PS2 games to celebrate the launch of PS2 emulation support on PS4.
The 8 games that are currently available are listed below along with their current prices:
Dark Cloud — $14.99
Grand Theft Auto III — $14.99
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City — $14.99
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas — $14.99
Rogue Galaxy — $14.99
The Mark of Kri — $14.99
Twisted Metal: Black — $9.99
War of the Monsters — $9.99
While PS2 Emulation will not support downloading on-disc PS2 games or existing PS2 classics to the PS4, each of these titles will feature Trophy support, up-rendered 1080p visuals along with all of the features you expect from a PS4 game including Remote Play, Live Broadcast, Share Play, Activity Feeds, and Second Screen support for game manuals with PlayStation Vita or the PlayStation App.
On the official US Playstation Blog Shuhei Yoshida, President of SCE Worldwide Studios explained that Sony will be working to bring more titles to the service on a regular basis.
What classic Playstation 2 titles would you like to see become available for purchase on PS4? Let us know in the comments.
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