Games That Are Still Being Sold In Some Form

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As you guys probably know, I have no problem with burning discs. Our community thrives on it.
But a lot of people do still have a problem with it. So, I get a bit antsy about being discovered, and my defense isn't exactly ironclad.
Therefore, I think we should put together something to where we can still support the developers whenever possible. Honor the spirit of the law if not the letter.

It's easy to say what games aren't currently DC-exclusive. A significant portion of our library got sucked into the PS2, for one thing. But those themselves are long-discontinued now, and buying one of those won't give any more support than a direct download.

So the question is, which games are still being actively sold?

Rules: a game is still being sold if it has been:
  • Remade on a current-gen console (e.g. Rez Infinite)
  • Ported to a current-gen console or PC (e.g. Dreamcast Collection), even if limited somehow (e.g. the XBLA version of Soul Calibur)
  • Released in alternate version on a Virtual Console-type service (e.g. PSOne Classics versions)
  • Is an indie/homebrew title, especially if made after 2004 (enforced by the forum rules anyway).
  • Note: Games that were previously available on a current gen console but have since been taken down (e.g. Marvel vs. Capcom 2, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) do not count.

That's not to say "only play those versions". Of course not. This is just so that, if someone questions you, you can say that you legally own it, even moreso than someone who bought a used GD-ROM.

Please list any games and details about games that I've missed. Because I know I've missed white a few.

Game Title (Platform(s); "Changed Title (If Applicable)") | Notes about changes, if any

The List (Very Much Incomplete)
  • Bleemcast!: Metal Gear Solid (PSOne Classics)
  • Bust-A-Move 4 / Puzzle Bobble 4 (PSOne Classics)
  • Crazy Taxi (Steam, XBLA) | Soundtrack replaced for copyright reasons
  • Centipede (PSOne Classics)
  • Dino Crisis (PSOne Classics)
  • Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves (XBLA, PS4, PS Vita)
  • Fur Fighters (iOS; "Fur Fighters: Viggo On Glass") | Minor censoring related to 9/11; bug fixes; cheats and multiplayer removed
  • Half-Life (Steam)
  • The King of Fighters 2000 (PS4)
  • Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (PSOne Classics)
  • Mr. Driller (PSOne Classics, iOS)
  • Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (PSOne Classics)
  • Namco Museum (Wii U Virtual Console; "Namco Museum (GBA)" / "Pac-Man (NES)", PSOne Classics; "Namco Museum: Vol. 1" / "Namco Museum: Vol. 3")
  • Rayman 2 (Nintendo 3DS; "Rayman 3D" , PSOne Classics) |
  • Resident Evil 2 (PSOne Classics)
  • Rez (PS4; "Rez Infinite") |
  • Sega Bass Fishing (Steam, XBLA)
  • Sonic Adventure (Steam, PS3, XBLA; "Sonic Adventure DX") | Bug fixes; graphical changes; VMU functions removed
  • Sonic Adventure 2 (Steam, PS3, XBLA) | VMU functions removed
  • Soul Calibur (XBLA) | Mission mode removed; all characters and stages unlocked from start
  • Space Channel 5, Part 2 (Steam, XBLA)
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II X (PS3, XBLA; "Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix") | Numerous graphical and gameplay adjustments; a number of elements removed
  • Super Street Fighter II X (PS3, XBLA; "Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix") | Updated graphics/sound, online added
  • Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (XBLA; "Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike: Online Edition) | Updated graphics/sound, online added
  • Street Fighter Alpha 3 (PSP; "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX") | Additional features added
  • Tomb Raider Chronicles (PSOne Classics [PAL only])
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