As you know, the PlayStation Plus service will soon be available in a new, three-tier format for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 consoles. At the highest level of this service, namely PlayStation Plus Premium, are the games of old PlayStation consoles. In the previous article, we mentioned games from the PlayStation 1 console that we would like to see in this service. Now we want to introduce the games from the legendary PlayStation 2 console that we would love to see in the PlayStation Plus Premium.
PlayStation Now now includes a collection of classic PlayStation 2 retro games that are basically ports Which have been re-released, but Sony is likely to release some other games over time to make this shared service more attractive. It is memorable and valuable, but you will not find many of them in today's PlayStation consoles. However, Premium PlayStation could be a good opportunity for Sony to explore the PlayStation 2 treasure trove and bring some of the most important works to its current consoles.
Ape Escape 3
Producer: Sony Computer Entertainment
Producer: Japan Studio
Release Year: 2005
The current PlayStation 2 classic game series on PS Now includes" Monkey Escape ", so asking for another game may seem a bit greedy, but then I remember It turns out that Sony shut down the Japanese studio (the creator of this work) and I think they could at least port the escape of Monkey 3. Quite frankly, this is the best part of this game series. That's why it's so nice to be able to experience it on PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5.
As you can imagine from the name of the game, "Monkey Escape", a bunch of monkeys have escaped and are lost. It's up to you to make sure you put them back in place. The interesting thing here is that each stage is like a TV parody program in various genres, from medieval castles to shooting in the Wild West, space dramas and martial arts movies.
Also this game It offers the best mini-games in history in the form of Solid Metal Gear - which involves repeating some of Metal Gear Solid events - but this time not with Snick Solid Monkeys.
2. Burnout 3: Takedown
Producer: Electronic Arts
Producer: Criterion games
Release Year: 2004
It's still sad to say that no new episodes of the Burnout game series are currently being made, but it would definitely be great if we could make the best game Let's try this series again through this service. While Burnout Paradise seems to have been chosen as the golden child of the franchise by Electronic Arts and Craterion, fans know that the most prominent game in the series has always been Burnout 3: Tekedan.
With Burnout's first two games focusing more on high-octane racing than anything else, Burnout 3 took an aggressive approach and encouraged players to hit their opponents on other cars, walls and rocks to win. The Burnout 3 also had the best version of the Crash Mode special.
3. Capcom VS SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium 2001
Release Year: 2001
You might think that Marvel's cinematic world is the most ambitious crossover in history, but let Capcom's game against Snake 2: Badge Let me introduce you to the millennium that has created two great giants of the world of fighting games in one final game and created a wonderful combination. Undoubtedly, Capcom vs. Asanaki 2 is one of the most brilliant and outstanding works of the PlayStation 2 console, as well as an essential aspect of the history of fighting games, which is why it is definitely worth preserving, which can be achieved by attending the PlayStation Plus Premium service.
This game brings together characters from a series of popular fighting games such as Street Fighter, Darkstalkers, King of Fighters, Samurai Shodown and other games. He has also brought in 48 important characters in his list of characters. There are also 6 slots for different special powers that indicate what abilities you can use from Capcom and various war games, and you also have the ability to create your own slot.
Given that Capcom On the other hand, Asanaki 2 has already been ported to PlayStation 3 in the past, and Capcom and Asanaki have launched their crossover games on other platforms in recent years, so it does not seem very strange for us to request this game.
4. Def Jam: Fight For New York
Producer: Electronic Arts
Producer: EA Canada
Release Year: 2004
As various rappers and former Daf Jam Recordings executives say at once: "Oh, it's not interesting if we have a new Daf Jam game. And they try to engage the community, but then they disappear again, I'm tired. Instead, port Daf Jam: Battle for New York as part of the PlayStation Plus Premium service for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
While Capcom Vs SNK 2 is the ideal crossover for fans of fighting games. Def Jam: Fight For New York is a great mix for rap and wrestling fans. This game was made by the famous former studio AKI Corporation or the current syn Sophia. The game features recognizable, easy-to-control characters and turmoil throughout the gameplay, which provides a guaranteed fun experience with friends who are particularly interested in rap or wrestling, or both.
5. God Hand
Manufacturer: Clover Studio
Release Year: 2006
Many games can be recalled in PlayStation 2 that gained a certain popularity and fame long after their release. Gad India game is definitely in the same category. At the time of its release, the only real big news was the IGN scrutiny of the game. However, over time, the game became a real cult work for the time, and even IGN later included it in the PlayStation 2's list of the top 100 games. Therefore, our interest in its presence in PlayStation Plus Premium is not so strange. On the other hand, this is a work made by Shinji Mikami, the creator of Resident Evil, and it can not be easily ignored.
Gad India), you have to go against various demons and save the world from their threat. The fact is that the story is not something that makes Gad India a remarkable game, but it is the gameplay experience that makes the game somewhat memorable. However, apart from the PlayStation 2 gaming experience itself or through emulators, this effect can not be experienced on today's consoles, so we will be happy if an agreement is made to bring it to PlayStation Plus.
Manufacturer: Pandemic Studios
Release Year: 2005
In the context of today's video games, which seem to be backed up by explorations of open world environments and flashy explosions similar to Michael's films," Mercenaries "was far ahead of its time. . It was also a controversial work, as it used the political background of the North Korean dictatorship to tell the story of the overthrow of a mad tyrant, but at least "Mercenaries" did it more subtly than "Team America: World Police." Was. Just an ounce better, but better anyway.
In this game, as one of the few select mercenaries, you are transported to an active war zone in North Korea and given a mission to deck 52, all of which They are the key personnel of the North Korean regime, hunt. Using a combination of reconnaissance and task missions for different sides of the game, grab or kill the entire handle before you reach the main target. You can also request air strikes and blow up any building you see while wearing Han Solo costumes.
The fact is that "Mercenaries" sounds strangely silly but good Let's see this incredibly fun game again.
7. Onimusha 3
Release Year: 2004
The Onimusha game series is very empty, and Capcom owes us at least one more Onimusha. It is a pity that a new episode of the Onimusha game series has not been released after the PlayStation 2 era. Although a work like Nioh presents a samurai action experience in which you slaughter demons in the form of a modern gameplay, it would be great if Capcom also introduced a new Onimusha. What a modern-day Onimosha will look like is a very good question, but It's better to think about it another time. Now, we can at least consider the possibility of Onimusha 3 appearing on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Plus Premium service.
After the first two games focused solely on a mythical version of feudal Japan, Onimusha 3 It moves between that version of present-day Japan and Paris because demons have besieged both to conquer the world. Fortunately, the hero of the series, Samanusque, and Jacques Blanc, are ready to strike at enemies in time and space with the addition of Jean Renault, who has been added to the game.
8. Soulcalibur III
Manufacturer: Project Soul
Release Year: 2005
Many of you may be wondering why we chose Sol Caliber 3 and did not say which game is better. Keep it for its amazing online HD port for PlayStation 3. However, this is not the only reason we mentioned Sol Caliber 3 here because it really is a brilliant game and somewhat underestimated in the whole franchise.
Sol Caliber 3 is actually the fourth major part of this The game series is old, because the game "Soul Blade" (Soul Blade), which we mentioned among the PlayStation 1 games, is the first title of this game series. Caliber 3 introduced a number of key mechanics into the series, which later became the key parts of later sections. Also, the popular character Zasalamel was added to this game and the ability to create characters was considered for the game. Above all, Chronicles of the Sword mode was added to the game. This mode, which combined fighting games with simultaneous strategy, gave the Sol Caliber 3 a unique depth.
9. SSX Tricky
Producer: EA Sports BIG
Manufacturer: EA Canada
Release Year: 2001
It is probably very difficult to republish a game that is full of different music with different rights, and we are aware of this. However, Electronic Arts managed to put OSX 3 in the Xbox Store so that the game could be implemented through the console's Backwards Compatibility. It would be great to do the same for PlayStation Plus. On the other hand, OSX has not yet been ported to today's consoles, and this makes us more eager to participate in this service. comes. OSS was able to take this collection to the next level. The OS X-Trick, which's apparently a director's version of the original game, included remixed tracks, along with two additional tracks and the introduction of the Uber Tricks feature, which are actually glamorous moves that give the player a special reward if he can do them. It will be given. Honestly, listening to Its Tricky from Run-DMC while snowboarding is a lot of fun, so I think it's great to be on this service.
10. Viewtiful Joe 1 & 2
Producer: Capcom/Clover Studio
Release Year: 2003 (Part 1)/2004 (Part 2)
So far we have one of the Clover Studio games - which of course has been closed for a long time - that is, we have included Gad India in this list, but this is not a reason to want to forget Votifol Joe. This game really deserves a reissue in the form of an HD version. With that in mind, we've put both the main game and the sequel on this list because we can't decide between them, and we'd like both of them to have the same fate. Now, with the launch of the new PlayStation Plus, perhaps the best opportunity has come.
You experience the role of Joe, he is a movie lover who is drawn into the world of movies and almost killed. However, he has been given the power to become a superhero named Votifol Joe, who can use the movies as his own power. The ability to slow down, increase speed and reverse actions gives him useful abilities in combat, and Joe in this game needs all the help he can get because Votifol Joe is a very tough game.that this game will be released for PlayStation Plus Premium first and then it will be recognized and appreciated as much as it deserves.
Source: Cultured Vultures