The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRA) — the people who rate your games in the US — has rated a slew of new Rockstar-developed games — Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition, and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne — for PS4.
In addition to all being Rockstar-developed games, the above-four titles all also have in common that they are PlayStation 2 (among other platforms) games, meaning this is very likely (aka 99.9 percent likely) just more PS2-on-PS4 games.
As you may have noticed, Rockstar in particular has been very active in releasing PS2 “classics” on PS4, having already released a variety of some of its games from the PS2 generation, including Bully, Manhunt, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, The Warriors, and more.
When these titles will hit PS4 via the PS2 classics program isn’t clear, but when they do, they will likely do so in a price range that caps out at $14.99 USD, which has been the highest price-point for a Rockstar game featured in the PS2 classics initiative. What this means is that for a relatively cheap price you can experience some of the above-mentioned “classics” if you never have before, with the added bonuses of modern touches like trophy and 1080p support.