Call of Duty, Resident Evil, and Tomba! headline the PlayStation Anniversary Sale

If you were alive back on September 9, 1995, you might remember it as the day the original PlayStation launched in North America. Or you might remember it as the day you begged your mom to buy you that hot new album from Hootie and the Blowfish. Either way, 20 years later, Sony is celebrating the occasion with the PlayStation Anniversary Sale, which includes more than 100 games across PS4, PS3, and PS Vita available for up to 70 percent off - 80 percent if you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber.

There's a ton of good stuff on sale from now until Monday, but I'll highlight a handful for each system below. To see the full list, check out the PlayStation Blog.

Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition (PS4) - $34.79 from $59.99
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin (PS4) - $30.00 from $59.99
Metro Redux (PS4) - $17.50 from $49.99

Beyond Good & Evil HD (PS3) - $3.00 from $9.99
Burnout Paradise Ultimate Edition (PS3) - $12.00 from $29.99
Call Of Duty: Black Ops II With Revolution Map & Black Ops With First Strike Game Bundle (PS3) - $36.90 from $109.99
L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition (PS3) - $12.00 from $39.99
Okami HD (PS3) - $5.60 from $13.99
Prince of Persia Classic Trilogy HD (PS3) - $12.00 from $39.99
Red Dead Redemption/The Undead Collection (PS3) - $12.00 from $39.99
Resident Evil Code: Veronica (PS3) - $8.00 from $19.99
Resident Evil 4 (PS3) - $6.00 from $19.99

Syphon Filter (PS One Classic) - $4.00 from $9.99
Tomb Raider (PS One Classic) - $4.00 from $9.99
Tomba! (PS One Classic) - $4.00 from $9.99

Jak and Daxter Collection (PS Vita) - $16.19 from $26.99
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (PS Vita) - $10.00 from $19.99
Patapon (PS Vita) - $1.80 from $5.99
Ratchet & Clank Collection (PS Vita) - $17.99 from $29.99
The Sly Collection (PS Vita) - $17.99 from $29.99

What do you think of the selection? Personally, I'm considering picking up what would be my fifth copy of Beyond Good & Evil, because I am a sucker that consistently hopes to see its sequel finally escape development hell. But hey, if The Last Guardian, Final Fantasy 15, and Shenmue 3 can do it …