Sony shows that demonstrating virtual reality is still an exercise in …

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Classic PlayStation 2 games ready to run on the PlayStation 4.

During its Playstation Experience (PSX) event in San Francisco today, Sony unveiled some new information about the Playstation VR and showed off some new titles.Sony’s enigmatic PlayStation 2 games that brought immense joy and excitement in the yesteryears will finally make its way into its present generation gaming console. Sony showed off new titles like Eagle Flight from Ubisoft, Rez Infinite, Modern Zombie Taxi Co. from their Santa Monica studio, Job Simulator, Golem from Highwire Games, 100 foot Robot Golf, Psychonauts 2, and Bandai’s Ace Combat 7.

Owners of PS4 will be able to download and enjoy PS2 games through the PlayStation Store in the North America, South America and Europe, Sony announced on its press release on Friday. The Japanese consumer electronics firm flaunted its PS2 games such as Rogue Galaxy and Dark Cloud in full throttle in high-def on a PS4 in a video uploaded to its YouTube page. Sony spokesman said in an emailed statement, “PS2 titles playable on PS4 will support 1080p/60fps, trophies and features unique to PS4 — Live Broadcast, Share Play, Remote Play, Activity, Second Screen — and offers an upgraded gaming experience compared to PS One/PS2 Classics.” This seems to be nearly a conflicting approach as Sony’s chief console competitor, Microsoft. Also a month ago, Sony stated that it has sold over 30.2 million PlayStation 4 video game consoles all across the globe ever since the gaming console went on sale in November, 2014, outperforming host of other present-generation gaming consoles such as Xbox One and Nintendo’s Wii U. The first popular PS2 games that are available now for the PlayStation 4 are: Rogue Galaxy, War of the Monsters, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, Grand Theft Auto III, The Mark of Kri, Dark Cloud, and Twisted Metal Black.

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