Like those consoles, the PlayStation Classic will be a miniature replica of the iconic 1994 system, complete with faithful throwback controllers and a ton of games that will usher in the first 32-bit retro console.
As far as games are concerned, Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms are confirmed.
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The mini console will be released on Monday 3 December 2018 which will be exactly 24 years since the initial release of the first PlayStation. You can check out the announcement video down below.
While Nintendo could already be working on a classic version of the N-64, it was Sony's turn to unveil a remake console. Also included in the box is an HDMI cable so you can connect it to your TV, plus a USB cable and two controllers. There's no AC adaptor, which means you'll have to use the USB-C cable for power. Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below and tell us what you think about the PlayStation Classic! And hey, just like back in the day, they came out ahead of the N64 Classic. Best Buy, Amazon UK, andGameStop have their pages live right now and other retailers are expected to follow suit. It wouldn't be surprising for this to go the route of the NES Classic or SNES Classic, where Nintendo didn't release enough to cover demand, leading to grossly inflated ebay prices. The list should be finalized by December 3rd when the console will hit stores in various markets. The fact that it's one of only three home consoles to cross the 100 million threshold should reinforce the notion that the PlayStation Classic could be a big launch for Sony.