PlayStation fans are just realising they can now grab some amazing PlayStation classics

PLAYSTATION has quietly added a number of excellent classic games to the library.

While there are already some classic games in the PlayStation library, extra extras are always welcome.

Tekken is one of the most popular fighting series.

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Tekken is one of the most popular fighting series.Photo credit: Namco

The PS Plus Premium tier adds new classic games every month.

This means that the new games could be free for subscribers in the near future.

These games have all been added to the PlayStation Store and are available for just £7.99 ($9.99) each.

Just a few days ago, observant PlayStation fans noticed that some older PlayStation games were rated in specific regions.

This often results in games returning to online stores, as was the case with Siphon Filter recently.

The games Tekken and Soul Calibur were both re-rated this week, with Tekken 2 available now on PlayStation Store.

This could mean that a Soul Calibur game will be coming to the PlayStation Store in the near future.

The most interesting from the list is Mr. Driller, which was withdrawn from PlayStation Store a few years ago.

It was suspected that this was due to a licensing issue, but now the cult classic is back on the market.

Both Tekken and Ridge Racer are fan-favorite series, and many players are excited to see these games back.

You can now grab them all on PS4 and PS5 by navigating to the store page either online or through your console.

Here are all four classic PS One games that were recently added to the PlayStation Store:

  • Tekken 2
  • Mr. Driller
  • Ridge Racer 2
  • Ridge Racer Type 4

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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