Now that PlayStation 2 games are coming to PlayStation 4, Sony has invited fans to submit their suggestions for what classic games they’d like to see made playable on the new hardware.
PlayStation’s Dave Thach writes on Twitter (via IGN) that people can share their suggestion with Sony by using the Twitter hashtag “#ps2ps4.” Responses are already flooding in. Of course, submitting your idea doesn’t guarantee that it will end up making the roster.
The first batch of PS2 titles for PS4 arrived earlier this month. The latest addition,PaRappa the Rapper 2, makes its debut today, December 16, featuring upscaled 1080p graphics, Trophies, and more.
In addition to PaRappa the Rapper 2, Sony has confirmed that The King of Fighters 2000 will be added later. Rockstar’s Max Payne might also be on the way, though this is not confirmed.
Looking ahead, PlayStation boss Shuhei Yoshida said Sony will work “tirelessly” to release even more PS2 games for PS4 “on a regular basis.”
Note that Sony’s PS2 game library on PS4 does not exactly constitute traditional backwards compatibility. Even if you still own the PS2 discs, you’ll have to buy them again to play on PS4.
What PS2 games would you like to see made playable on PS4? Let us know in the comments below!