PlayStation Classic offers 20 PS1 games in one miniature package

Sony has jumped aboard the retro console game, offering a miniature version of the original PlayStation in time for the holidays.


If Nintendo has proven anything over the last couple of years, it's that miniature versions of old-school consoles are in high demand. And if you're Sony and you have a beloved retro console yourself, why deny the trend? Late Tuesday evening, Sony officially announced that it would introduce its own old-school console offering, the PlayStation Classic.

According to PlayStation.Blog, the PlayStation Classic will come pre-loaded with 20 games from the original PlayStation console. So far, the confirmed games are Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms. The full lineup will be revealed at a later date.

Like its competitors, the PlayStation Classic will come in a smaller size, approximated to be 45 percent smaller than the original console. The package will include two PlayStation controllers, an HDMI cord, a USB cable, and a virtual memory card for save files.

The PlayStation Classic is set to retail for $99.99 and will release on December 3. No word on how much supply Sony is looking to offer for the initial shipment, but pre-orders are currently open at various retailers for those looking to pick up an early Christmas present.

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