10 best classic games from the Deluxe catalog

The new PS Plus Deluxe, which has been available to Brazilians since June 13, has added a catalog with almost 700 titles for its subscribers. Thus, members of the most expensive layer of the service can now enjoy not only the latest works, but also some classics, especially PS1 and PS2 games.

Unfortunately, the offer is very limited compared to the classic catalog and older fans of the PlayStation platform may be disappointed not to find their favorite games. However, you can still get a lot of good things and enjoy projects that mark their time between different categories.

Check out the best classic games available only 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 an amazing platform based on puzzles. During the campaign, players must guide Abeni through a series of maps, using thinking and scripting resources to save all 99 Mudacons and avoid reinforcing the ruthless Sligs and Gluckons.

Resident Evil: Director Intersection (PS1)

Resident Evil: Director Intersection (PS1)
Source: Capcom

An updated version of the original game, Resident Evil: Director’s Cut, includes three game modes and can be played according to classic rules and functions. The franchise’s debut on consoles marked an era of intricate gameplay and a deep approach to viral infection, as well as the implementation of 3D graphics full of detail and precise mechanics.

Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the rescue! (PS1)

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

The Toy Story 2 tells the story of the second film in the franchise and stars Buzz Lightyear. In the PS Plus game, Star Ranger has to do everything to save Woody and not sell him to collectors. Thus, the hero will have many options for special adventures and exploration with the help of old and new friends.

Sirena (PS2)

Source: SIE

Fear of classic Japanese survival, Siren has an awkward and disturbing atmosphere to disrupt the player’s psyche. In the village of Hanuda, after a secret ceremony, people who hear the siren sound strangely. So a few survivors try to undo the curse and prevent it from being changed by Shibito.

Worms Armageddon (PS1)

Worms Armageddon
Source: Team17

With single player and multiplayer support, Worms Armageddon is a fun, team-based worm fighting experience. As the scenery fades, participants must change the map and pay attention to wind conditions and use various tools to destroy their opponents.

Wild Arms 3 (PS2)

Wild Arms 3 (PS1)
Source: SIE

The Wild Arms 3 franchise debuted on the PlayStation 2 and introduced 2.5D graphics. In the game, four heroes unite to face mystical groups and escape the awakening of the demon. To do this, along with trusting their instincts, they must improve their skills, acquire weapons and face the enemy tactically – all in a system of regular warfare.

Siphon Filter (PS1)

Siphon Filter (PS1)
Source: SIE

Siphon Filter is a third-party covert action game in which technology plays a major role in special operations. In the title, agents Gabriel Logan and Lian Singh are tasked with a dangerous mission and must do what is impossible to capture a German international terrorist. On PS Plus, the game comes with a new rendering, rewind option, quick save and custom video filters.

Tekken 2 (PS1)

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Source: Bandai Namco

Tekken 2 was a big leap for the franchise and provided more fluidity and detail to the visuals. The title also expanded the fighters’ catalog to 25 characters, and introduced exciting new features such as defined combinations and new game modes – survival, team battle, and time attack.

Star Wars: The Jedi Starfighter (PS2)

Star Wars: The Jedi Starfighter
Source: LucasFilm

Continuation of Star Wars, Star Wars: The Jedi Starfighter was before the Battle of the Clones and involved the Jedi Master and her pilot. In the plot, the heroes ally with the Republic to find a galactic conspiracy and prevent the formation of a powerful weapon. Your mission: to launch warplanes with unique properties and destroy the cargo of maximum security ships.

Jacques and Dexter: Precursor Legacy (PS2)

Jacques and Dexter: Precursor Legacy
Source: SIE

Developed by Naughty Dog and published by SIE in 2001, Jak and Dexter: The Precursor Legacy is a PS2 classic with platform mechanics and challenges. While Jacques tries to keep his friend from changing, the duo completes mini-games, searches for collections, and solves countless quests – all in a colorful and mysterious universe.

Learn more about the new PS Plus

The new PS Plus guarantees a number of benefits for members. The updated service will be distributed in three unique plans and will allow period tests, access to the game catalog, upgrade to a more expensive level and all other benefits that are long known to subscribers. Click here for all the news.

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