Classic adventure game "Final Fantasy VII" is among the first five titles announced for the PlayStation Classic's on-board library ahead of a December 3 launch. The PlayStation Classic will include two controllers.
Sony announced Wednesday it plans to launch a miniature games console designed like the original PlayStation pre-loaded with 20 vintage games as it joins the retro gaming craze just in time for Christmas. Nintendo did this with the releases of the NES and SNES Classic consoles. Hey Arnold is coming back, you can now fulfill childhood dreams by going on The Crystal Maze. and now Sony is bringing back the original PlayStation.
The PlayStation Classic will surely be a success for Sony. The timing of this announcement is pretty flawless too, as the original PlayStation is turning 25 years old later this year. This year, Sony will be trying its hand at a similar thing with the PlayStation Classic Mini, featuring 20 games from the PS1 era. Like the Nintendo classics, this system is intended for folks who have fond memories of PlayStation but who may not game on a regular basis.
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In a nostalgia-laced blog post announcing the PlayStation Classic, Sony said: "Almost 25 years ago, the original PlayStation was introduced to the world".
Also included in the package are an HDMI cable and a USB cable. The company has, however, not offered the USB AC adapter. We'll be keeping a eye out for more details as we get closer to that December release date - we're particularly interested in seeing a full game list - so stay tuned for that. However, if you're a fan of old PS1 games and want to easily play them on your HDTV, this product is right up your alley.
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