Top 10 classic games in the Deluxe catalog

Available to Brazilians from June 13, the new PS Plus has added a catalog of nearly 700 titles to Deluxe subscribers. This way, members of the most expensive level of service will be able to enjoy not only the latest work, but also some classics, especially PS1 and PS2 games.

Unfortunately, the offer was relatively limited compared to the catalog of classics, and older PlayStation platform fans may be disappointed not to find their favorite games. However, there are still many good things to take and enjoy the projects that marked his time among the many categories.

Check out the best classic games available for the new PS Plus Deluxe plan below:

Oddworld: Abe’s Odyssey (PS1)

Source: Oddworld Inhabitants Inc

Released in 1997 for PS1 and PC, Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysey is a puzzle-based adventure platform. During the campaign, players will have to be guided through a number of Abe maps, using reasoning and scenario resources to rescue all 99 Mudokos and avoid strengthening the relentless Sligs and Glukko.

Resident Evil: Director’s Cut (PS1)

Resident Evil: Director's Cut (PS1)
Source: Capcom

An updated version of the original game, Resident Evil: Director’s Cut, has three game modes and can be played according to classic rules and features. The franchise’s debut marked an era of challenging gameplay on consoles and an in-depth look at viral infection, with 3D graphics full of detail and precise mechanics set in motion.

Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to save! (PS1)

Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to save!  (PS1)
Source: Activision

It follows the story of the second film in the Toy Story 2 franchise and stars Buzz Lightyear. In the PS Plus game, Star Ranger has to do everything he can to rescue Woody and prevent him from being sold to collectors. Thus, the hero will have the support of old and new friends in a special adventure and with plenty of opportunities to explore.

Siren (PS2)

siren
Source: SIE

A classic Japanese survival horror, Siren has an uncomfortable and disturbing atmosphere to mingle with the player’s psyche. After performing a secret ritual in the village of Hanuda, people start behaving strangely when they hear the sound of a siren. Thus, a few survivors try to overturn the curse and prevent Shibito from transforming.

Worms Armageddon (PS1)

Worms Armageddon
Source: Team17

With the help of single player and multiplayer support, the Worms Armageddon team-based worm fight is a fun experience. As the landscape sinks, participants must use all sorts of gadgets to eliminate rivals, paying attention to the transformation of the map and the wind conditions.

Wild Arms 3 (PS2)

Wild Arms 3 (PS1)
Source: SIE

Wild Arms 3 debuted the franchise on the PlayStation 2 and introduced 2.5D graphics. In the game, four heroes come together to fight mystical groups and prevent a demon from waking up. To do this, in addition to trusting their instincts, they need to improve their skills, acquire tools and tactically deal with enemies, all in a system of turn-based combat.

Siphon Filter (PS1)

Siphon Filter (PS1)
Source: SIE

Siphon Filter is a third-person hidden action game where technology plays a big role in special operations. In the title, agents Gabriel Logan and Lian Xing have a dangerous mission and must do their best to capture a German international terrorist. On the PS Plus, it has custom game filtering, playback options, quick save, and custom video filtering.

Tekken 2 (PS1)

teken 2
Source: Bandai Namco

Tekken 2 was a big leap forward for the franchise and featured audio-visuals with a greater wealth of fluidity and detail. The title expanded the catalog of fighters to 25 characters and introduced some interesting new features, such as defined combinations and new game modes – Survival, Team Battle and Time Attack.

Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter (PS2)

Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter
Source: LucasFilm

The sequel to Starfighter, Star Wars: Jedi is a pre-Battle of the Starfighter Clones and features a Jedi Master and his pilot. In the plot, the heroes find a galactic conspiracy and ally with the Republic to prevent the construction of a powerful weapon. Your mission: to fly aircraft of unparalleled ownership and destroy the cargo of the most secure ships.

Jak and Dexter: The Precursor Legacy (PS2)

Jak and Dexter: The Precursor Legacy
Source: SIE

Developed by Naughty Dog and released by SIE in 2001, Jak and Dexter: The Precursor Legacy is a classic PS2 with platform mechanics and challenges. As Jak tries to save his friend from a transformation, the pair complete mini-games, search for collectors, and solve dozens of quests, all in a colorful and hidden universe.

Learn more about the new PS Plus

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