Sony has quietly updated another Classic game included in the PS Plus Premium lineup with Trophy support well after launch. Joining Super Stardust Portable and No Heroes Allowed is PS1 game Jumping Flash! with 15 gongs to unlock, which includes a Platinum Trophy. The Trophy list should be live now, so you can start working towards unlocking the top prize today.
With Sony updating yet another Classic title, the move suggests there are ongoing efforts at the company to give these older games more features — and thus, more reason to play them. Enhancements like up-rendering, rewind functionality, quick saves, and custom video filters are already built into these ports, and Trophies will always be welcomed too.
To unlock the Platinum Trophy in Jumping Flash!, you'll need to finish all the bonus stages and perform specific actions in levels. You'll also need to beat a boss without jumping and have nine lives at any one time. Are you going to return to this Classic game to unlock the Platinum Trophy? Let us know in the comments below.
Strange to see these games get updated with lists, months later after release.
But still, that's very cool to see from Sony. Now, if only Echochrome and Kingdom of Paradise (weird requests, I know) got sets as well, I'd definitely play them all over again.
Pretty cool to see, hopefully all classics will have trophies from now on
Also great too see more PS1/PSP and the titles here are great so. Liked Jumping Flash when played it on the PS Classic, always forget then remember No Heroes Allowed and of course Super Stardust Portable in a House Marque game so it makes sense to be on the service and why not a shooter on the service.
Yesss! This is AWESOME news!
I guess you could say that this is proof that Sony isn't just doing this as a one-and-done thing. They are updating them when it would be just as socially acceptable for them to leave it alone. It seems their "game preservation team" they put job listings up for is taking the job super seriously, even if it appears to be quality over quantity at the moment.
Nice! Jumping Flash was the first game I took for a spin on the new PS Plus service. This is a good excuse to hop back in.
Now Hopefully Capcom and Namco Bandai can Update Resident Evil And Tekken 2 With Trophys Or will They Leave That Up To Sony.
There seems to be a pattern of them updating one every three days, so the next one should be around the 2nd. 😁
Ohhhhhh yeah!!! Time to bunny stomp some trophies!?!
Good to see Sony listening to fan demand. Never would have expected they'd actually go back and patch trophy support in but great news all the same.
It has also been upgraded to offer a NTSC/60hz mode in the PAL region, I think that might have happened at the same time. I think that means the only titles from the PS Plus relaunch that still don't have 60hz/NTSC are now Wild Arms, Everybody's Golf & Worms. Hopefully they'll get new versions in the coming days for both trophy and NTSC!
I'm not sure if any more games were added with just 50hz after the original relaunch though...
I only played jumping flash ONCE on PS1, it was kinda fun, lots of people seemed to love it at the time. This does make me more likely to download it and give it a go for some reason.
What strange power these trophies have
I know Stardust isfirst party, but are the other two as well? Star Wars: Demolition needs a Plat, I've had a lot of fun revisiting it and a Plat sould make me go back yet again.
Honestly, that single game is so nostalgic it has made the past few months of subbing to Premium worth it.
@Areus I would love to see Resident Evil get a trophy list. This game is so replayable, and tying trophies to in game events for me would be great.
Ok. While this isn't for me, its awesome to see this happening. Hopefully they keep it up.
Who cares, when they're not even trying to get GOD tier titles on their classic list for both ps1 and ps2? SMH
@themightyant It’s kind of odd, but the first Jumping Flash made a huge impression on me when it released. The feeling of watching the world fly away beneath you as you launch into the sky was totally exhilarating at time when most of my 3D gaming experiences had been powered by “mode 7”.
@Amnesiac The little I played wowed me too (and made me feel a little sick, lol) But shortly after Mario 64 came around and
rewrote the rulebook on 3D Platforming.
I look forward to giving this a go.
I have fond memories (no sarcasm) of this game giving me mild nausea as I was entering the 32-bit era. So cool they are adding trophies to these games ❤️
This game is amazing, but it’s the sequel that really stole my heart back in the day. It’s a shame that it doesn’t get more acknowledgement.
Cool. Now, Vib-Ribbon, Karushi, Driver and R-Types?
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