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Robert Fenner
Best of the PlayStation Store: PSOne and PS2
Part Two of Three.
09.12.16 - 1:26 PM

Now that the current generation of home consoles is well and truly in swing, it's safe to say that the sun has finally started to set on the PlayStation 3. But that doesn't mean it's all over yet; in fact, it's the perfect time to look back at the PS3's excellent Classics library of digital PS1 and PS2 titles.

Our editorial department put their collective heads together to vote on the staggering range of retro RPGs that Sony made available between 2006 and 2016, and they came up with a list of the 30 crucial offerings worth your time. And, of course, a good deal of these titles are also playable on PSP and/or PS Vita!

Today, we're proud to present the second entry in this three-part feature. Maybe some of your favorites that didn't show up yesterday will rear their head today, or better yet, perhaps you'll learn about a special little game you weren't aware of previously.

Be sure to check back tomorrow for the third and final part!


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