62 PSOne Classics we want on PSN

Weird, wonderful and strangely unavailable games that deserve a second chance at life

Rhythm games are all the rage lately, and in that spirit, we'd like to see Vib-Ribbon hit PSN. Not acquainted with this ditty of a game? Vib-Ribbon was unique for its time in that there was basically no end to the potential gameplay. The game itself could be loaded to the PlayStation's RAM and then, by inserting a music CD, it would construct unique, side-scrolling levels based on the music. The difficulty of the game would differ depending on the style and speed of the music; thrash-metal addicts, beware! The gameplay was relatively simple stuff, but who ever said simplicity was a bad thing? Back in 2007, the game's creators discussed perhaps doing a PSN remake, but little has been mentioned since, and honestly, we'd be happy with just a port.










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