PS2-to-PS4 Port Brings Yet Another Classic to Their Line Up

Sony has updated their port listing once again. In a recent blogpost, the company has announced their newest line-up of PlayStation 4 games coming soon. According to the post, we’ve learned that Sony will be adding an old classic Samurai Showdown VI to the upcoming titles available for download on November 22nd.

Samurai Shodown VI

So far, Sony hasn’t given details on how much the download will cost, or whether or not the game will have any special features added to it. However, from past experience, we can guess that the game might cost around $10-20 to purchase. We can only hope that the game will also include visual enhancements to make the port a smoother transition to such a powerful system, though gamers will have to wait until the 22nd to find out what else the download will include.

This isn’t the first time Sony has rolled out an epic sale selection for gamers to peruse at their leisure, and it certainly won’t be the last. It just goes to show that the company certainly has their hearts out for us, offering up great deals at bargain prices. Having a throwback to titles we used to love is a great way to spend a weekend, and thankfully, the company is rolling out some pretty neat titles for everyone to enjoy this Thanksgiving season. If it’s been awhile since you’ve had a chance to play Samurai Shodown VI, check out the play-through video below to reacquaint yourself and get excited for this opportunity while you can.

If you’re interested in checking out the rest of the titles available that day, make sure you give their blog post a read. It’s got a pretty inclusive list of games that you’ll be able to choose from, and all of them look like they’re certainly going to be worth the cash. Will you be taking a trip down memory lane and downloading Samurai Shodown VI for yourself? What’s your favorite title from the PlayStation 2? Let us know in the comments below, and game on!


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