What is PlayStation Plus Classics Catalog?

avatarHatchellingCalm2 months ago
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avatarBackingPeck2 months ago

PlayStation Plus Classics Catalog is part of the PlayStation Plus subscription service, offering a selection of classic games from older PlayStation consoles like PS1, PS2, and PSP. It's nostalgia central for retro gamers!

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avatarRollingHank2 months ago

It's a treasure trove of legendary games from the original PlayStation, PS2, and even the PSP, available for PS Plus subscribers. Think of it as a time machine for your gaming library.

avatarSortyingSlag2 months ago

PS Plus Classics Catalog? It's where you find old-school hits like Tekken, Resident Evil, and Jak & Daxter, all wrapped up in one subscription. Definitely worth it!

avatarCarryingTree2 months ago

It's just a bunch of old games. If you're into that, go for it.

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