Published: Wed, September 19, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Preston Stone

PlayStation Classic Games List

PlayStation Classic Games List

Nearly ten years after ceasing production, the first Sony console is making a return of sorts as the PlayStation Classic according to a post on the PlayStation Blog.

Well, we're now looking at the fruits of Sony's labour with the official PlayStation Classic, which was announced today with a December 3, 2018 release date and launch RRP of £89.99/$99.99 in the United Kingdom and USA respectively.

While phones now seem to be getting bigger (hello iPhone X), Sony has followed the precedent set by Nintendo's NES and SNES Classic editions and made the re-release notably smaller.

The new retro console is a tribute to the original PlayStation.

The PlayStation Classic comes pre-loaded with 20 PlayStation games such as Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash! We've reached out to Sony India for clarity on the India launch of the PlayStation Classic and will update this space accordingly. The PlayStation Classic can now be preordered from GameStop and Best Buy, though more retailers may follow in the future. It will mark exactly 24 years since the original PlayStation console launched.

The Classic is a miniaturized version of the original PlayStation - 45 percent smaller on the sides to be exact, according to Sony.

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PlayStation Classic is launching in Japan, the U.S. and Europe, with a United Kingdom price of £90.

What do you think of Sony's PlayStation Classic?

Like the NES Classic Edition before it, the PlayStation Classic will exclusively support HDMI-out for video and micro-USB for power.

In all, the PlayStation Classic will feature 20 pre-loaded games. Does pressing the "open" button bring you back to a central hub menu where you can switch to playing another game?

Sony knows you need much more of a nostalgia boost than the remastered Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot games.

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