Move over, Nintendo — PlayStation Classic to hit stores this December

September 19, 2018 | by: aaronarmstrong

Released 23 years ago, selling 102.49 million consoles, & consisting of over 2,500 games worldwide.

After seeing Nintendo rake in the profits by releasing miniature retro consoles of the NES Classic & SNES Classic, Sony has decided to make a miature blast-from-the-past console of their own:

The PlayStation Classic.

Launching in stores at $129.99 on December 3 ($99.99USD), this will be the most expensive “Classic” series console — featuring 20 preloaded PSOne games.

Announced games (so far) include:

  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Jumping Flash!
  • Ridge Racer Type 4
  • Tekken 3
  • Wild Arms

The console is reported to be 45% smaller than the original PlayStation, will come with two non-Dual Shock replica USB controllers, as well a virtual memory card to save your games, & has an HDMI port for video.

More info: Sony PlayStation Classic

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