Backwards compatibility has been one of the PS3’s biggest issues since its launch. That doesn’t mean there’s no room for improvement, because if this rumor is true, then Sony will have the upper hand on the online retro-gaming market over Nintendo and Microsoft. An internal document from a meeting in August between SCEA publisher relations and Sega of America leaked online, with some interesting notes transcribed. From what was seen, “SCEA wants to sell all PS2 titles on PSN,” and the possibility of porting Sega Dreamcast games was discussed: “If we provide a list of DC titles SCEA will let us know which ones they’re interested in having exclusively.” Sony or Sega has yet to comment on this, so whether the document is valid, nobody knows. But wouldn’t it been sweet to see Soul Caliber or Skies of Arcadia on PSN?