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Bully, Red Dead, And Other Rockstar PS2 Classics Now Available On PSN

Posted on Wednesday, December 19 @ 12:33:06 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

If you hop on the PlayStation Store right now, you'll notice that three new PS2 titles have just been added to Sony's gaming network. Rockstar Games has brought Red Dead RevolverBully, and Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix to satisfy gamers' itch for more classic content.

You can pick up each of these games at $9.99 a pop, so if you somehow missed out on these classic PS2 titles, there's absolutely no excuse for you not to play them—especially Bully.

What PlayStation 2 titles would you like to see come to Sony's store that haven't already been added? Share your favorites in the comments below.


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