Obviously these games run at their standard res that they were on the PS2 like the "PS1 Classics" Do. This made me think, "Wait, if PS1 Classics are Emulated,wouldn't this mean that PS2 Classics are emulated too? But I thought all Emulation of PS2 was removed after the first 80GB model?" Either Sony has achieved full software emulation of the PS2 (and they have to tweak it on a per game basis, or they just don't want to give us the ability to play what we want) Or these are actual ports. But that would beg the question, why not just package them as "HD Remasters"? Would it really take that much effort for the developers to add 16:9 support with properly scaled UI elements? With the recent Widescreen patching that has become evident lately with PCSX2(with varying degrees of success on a game by game basis), it would beg the question to me. "Couldn't these ;HD remasters; Do something similar to that but re insert the original UI material in an Anamorphic form?(since with these widescreen patches the UI is stretched)" I am just curious, because if they have indeed achieved software emulation...Why not give it to us to use with our own games?