to be fair.. the stuff we consider crap, are probably fun for the little kids they are intended for. It's up to devs and publishers to put of their old games as classics (assuming sony agrees)...isn't it? Or does Sony ask them for it?
The only way a game will be produced is if there's demand for it. The crappy games sell at least moderately well for the time and money put into their development. --- http://www.youtube.com/ShadianVise TLoZ: Oracle of Ages playthrough in progress.
I still don't understand why different regions have different games. Like apparently Shadow Hearts is on the Japanese PSN. How hard would it be to put Shadow Hearts on the NA PSN? The game is already in English so....
I guess so.... but i still don't understand what's so hard about going to the developer and tell them: "look, we wanna put this on the store with a basic software emulation, it will cost you nothing and you will get a share of the profit".
Rant is over anyway. :) --- Farewell MGO, the first love will never be forgotten. 06/12/12
It's not the developer's choice. It's the publisher's. If the publisher doesn't see potential profit or demand, why would the spend the money to put it on the store? --- The moon is glued to a picture of heaven and all the little pigs have God.