The PlayStation 4 recently started adding updated PS2 games to the PlayStation Store. While some lamented the pricing and the fact that it isn’t true backwards compatibility, others couldn’t help but get excited at all of the possible classics that could hit the PS4. While the Xbox One definitely caught everyone’s attention with its sudden addition of true disk and digital-based backwards compatibility with the Xbox 360 (the library is still expanding), it is now noticeably lacking something: the classics.
It’s an easy sell, pay a slight premium and you can play the games that helped birth a juggernaut. Microsoft hasn’t shared any plans for the idea at the moment, even though a few reasons point to why they should.