The console has been somewhat modernized to keep up with the times, but it still gets you the retro gaming experience you want.
Following the devastating news that PS2 consoles are pretty much dead, Sony has given fans something to cheer about - say hello to the PlayStation Classic, a re-work of the legendary PS1. Sony's PlayStation Classic is available for pre-order at select retailers across the us and Canada at $99.99 USA and $129.99 Canadian. Fortnite blamed for divorces in United Kingdom. If I had to guess, it would be 99.99 British Pounds.
PlayStation Classic includes an HDMI™ cable for connecting to external displays such as TV monitors, and a USB cable which needs to be connected to a commercially sold USB AC Adaptor*4 for power supply from the plug.
The PS1 Classic will cost $100 and will be out just before Christmas.
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The move by Sony comes two years after Nintendo launched the NES, a palm-sized version of its eighties era games console, tapping into nostalgia for titles from the early era of home video games. Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3 and Wild Arms will come packaged in, with the 15 other games being announced in the near future.
It is possible that games may vary from region to region. The NES Classic and SNES Classic were both met with a lot of enthusiasm at launch, with the NES Classic being notoriously hard to find for much of its original retail run. While many games were released in all regions, some were only available in some regions.
"Almost 25 years ago, the original PlayStation was introduced to the world", PlayStation senior vice president Eric Lempel writes in a post to the PlayStation Blog. Now it's set to make a return (in a fashion) with the announcement of the PlayStation Classic. While it's a bit steeper than the SNES Classic at a hundred bucks a pop, it will hopefully be inundated with enough JRPGs to last you a lifetime.
As it stands right now, the SNES Classic arguably gives you the best mix of quality games and hardware for its price.