Every time I talk about the Japanese PlayStation Network it seems that I'm bitching about how much better their selection is than ours. This time is no exception. Sony has announced that there are now over 600 classic titles on the JP PSN, in what they call the Game Archives. They're mostly PSOne games, but NeoGeo and TurboGrafx-16 titles are also in the mix, says Siliconera.
I still don't understand why the US offerings are so few in comparison. Progress has been made this week with the release of Xenogears, but I'm still left wondering what the hell is taking so long. Some classics are still missing. Suikoden 2 anyone?
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