Seems like Sony decided to follow the retro trend going around recently and brought back its original PlayStation console from 25 years ago. It’s smaller than its predecessor, indeed, but it uses a virtual memory card for saves.
The device will come with 20 “generation-defining’ games, all in their original format. Among them we can count Final Fantasy VII and Tekken 3.
In addition to the standard mini-PlayStation, you will also get two classic PS1 controllers when you purchase the bundle.
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Unlike Nintendo, Sony usually fares better when it comes to having enough for everyone so we can expect the PlayStation Classic to be easier to grab than the NES or the SNES Classic.
It will all cost $100 and will launch globally on December 3rd.