Last month, Sony made waves with the announcement of widespread PlayStation 2 emulation coming to the PlayStation 4!

Despite the immense global popularity of the second generation Sony console, players have been unable to bring their games forward to new generations since modifications to the original PS3.

Wired reported several Star Wars games were already available on the PlayStation Store at the time of the news, but a massive library of memorable games remains largely untapped. To aid in the selection process, Sony are monitoring the #ps2ps4 hashtag on Twitter!

PlayStation Software Developer Dave Thach made Sony's observation of the hashtag known earlier this month. For Mortal Kombat fans, this is a prime opportunity to revive a generation of modern klassics: Deadly Alliance, Deception, Armageddon and Shaolin Monks! To do so, join the many already retweeting Mortal Kombat Online [RT below], and tag us in when you tweet your own list!

2016 marks the 10th anniversary of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon: A controversial game amongst fans, which included nearly every playable character at the time, and ultimately served as the final installment of the series' long running fictional universe.

The PS2 generation proved formative for Mortal Kombat as a series, rebooted with 2002's Deadly Alliance. The revival marked the first time series co-creator John Tobias was absent from development. Despite major creative upheaval, Deadly Alliance succeeded in ushering in a new era for the series with the injection of fresh designs, a new approach to gameplay, and dramatic new storylines.

Shaolin Monks took Mortal Kombat off the beaten path in 2005, adapting the classic fighting styles of Mortal Kombat II into a three-dimensional action-adventure game! Starring Liu Kang and Kung Lao, the game was the first retelling of the original trilogy and featured all the classic characters, and contained its own new secrets. Developing a strong cult following over the years, it's the spin-off many fans want to see revisited!

Mad Hatter: Kung Lao does three-dimensional damage in Shaolin Monks!

Joined the movement? Register to make your voice heard on the 3D Kombat Klassics forum! Remember to tag us in when you tweet via @MK_Online and spread the word via Facebook! Finish them!