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The Best range is the Sony PlayStation budget range in Japan and parts of Asia. For the PlayStation, The Best was followed by PSone Books when the PSone was released in 2000. Similar budget ranges include Greatest Hits in North America and Platinum in PAL regions.

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PlayStation

The Best range was used for the PlayStation until 2000 when the PSone and PSone Books range were released. These games were top selling popular titles that were made available again in a low-priced version under this new label. These games did not come in jewel cases like other PlayStation games, but instead came in a slim type box like CD Maxi Singles. The games therefore did not feature a manual and usually only explained the basic controls on the inside of the front cover. The software contained on the discs was usually the original retail game, however bug fixes were applied for a few titles. PSone Books titles were still being released until late 2006.

The Best

The Best for Family

  • Crash Bandicoot
  • Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
  • Motor Toon Grand Prix USA Edition
  • Hermie Hopperhead

PSone Books

PlayStation 2

PlayStation Portable

PlayStation 3

The first PlayStation 3 The Best titles have been released on March 19, 2008 in Japan[2]. However Armored Core 4 had been prior released as early as January 10, 2008 in the Best Collection[3].

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