PlayStation Classic: Where to Pre-Order

PlayStation Classic: Where to Pre-Order

PlayStation Classic: Where to Pre-Order

Sony has confirmed it is to follow Nintendo into the nostalgia-driven market for miniature replica consoles, launching a PlayStation Classic featuring 20 pre-loaded games in time for Christmas. The PlayStation proved to be a victor for Sony, which became the first console to sell 100 million units worldwide and helped Sony dethrone the once-dominant Sega brand in the 1990s.

The PlayStation Classic, which is set to arrive on December 3, will ship with 20 pre-loaded games, including Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, and Wild Arms.

GAME is selling the PlayStation Classic for £89.99, which is the same price it can be found on Amazon. This includes memory cards, which implies save files will also be stored internally alongside the pre-loaded games. All of those games will be playable in their original format, Sony said. It is approximately 45% smaller than the original and will be called PlayStation Classic. It's not yet known if we'll see regional differences with the game libraries as we did with other similar devices like the SNES Classic.

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The console will come with two original controllers minus the DualShock - which means there would be no vibration feedback or analogue sticks.

Instead, the open button on the PS One Classic switches virtual discs, while the "reset" is used to quit games in progress. Most PlayStation games were created to work without them (sorry, "Ape Escape" fans, but without them it won't come to PlayStation Classic), so the list of titles that could round out the Classic's game library is long. Its a tiny box that uses just 5W of power.

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