Many PlayStati on games get re-released with the Greatest Hits label and are sold at a lower price by Sony. While Greatest Hits titles are usually just a reprinting of the original game with altered packaging and a discounted price, occasionally a game is given a "special edition" of its original version, released under the Greatest Hits label. Usually these additions are small bonuses, such as the inclusion of new game demos or soundtrack CDs, or slight improvements such as adding analog control or vibration functionality to games that did not have these features in their original releases. However, "special edition" enhancements such as these are typically uncommon in Greatest Hits releases.
Greatest Hits titles are colloquially referred to as "red label" (or "green label" for PlayStation 1 titles). This refers to the colored band that is added to the packaging to differentiate it from regular releases (which are similarly referred to as "black label"). The original versions of the game (often referred to as "black label") are often sought after as collectables. Greatest Hits releases are typically deemed undesirable by collectors and many will dispose of the Greatest Hits cover art and replace it with the cover of the original release.