Sony just announced the PlayStation Classic!

Taking a massive influence from the popularity of the various Nintendo Classic consoles, Sony has just announced the PlayStation Classic. A miniaturised version of the original PlayStation console packed with 20 games from the consoles vast library.

So far only 5 of the games included have been announced, which includes Final Fantasy 7, Tekken 3, Ridge Racer Type 4, wild Arms and Jumping Flash. The MSRP is going to be only £89.99 and the release date is going to be on the 3rd of December, which leads up to the Christmas period perfectly.

Much like Nintendo, do not expect a power adaptor to be included as it will just come with a simple USB cable, but you do get two controllers.

It remains to be seen what other games are going to be on the console, but I am hoping for at least one of the Cool Boarders games and a party game like Bishi Bashi.

Read more over at https://www.playstation.com/en-gb/explore/playstation-classic/

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