For people who appreciate the classics, you’re now waiting eagerly for PlayStation Classic to hit the markets.
Previously, we wrote about Sony plans for releasing a classic version of their PlayStation in Dec 2018.
Sony Releases Full List of Pre-loaded Games
Now, there’s been an update on the PlayStation Classic.
No, it’s not an increase in the number of consoles to be sold. But it’s something just as good. The full list of pre-loaded games for you to whet your appetite.
And it includes a wide range, from FPS to fighting games and even puzzle games that entranced 90’s kids.
We’re talking Rainbow Six, Tekken 3, Resident Evil Director’s Cut, Jumping Flash!, and more!
Yes, Metal Gear Solid is one of the titles.
And because we’re nice like that, we’ve also included the gameplay videos for the individual games.
Check if your favourite game is on the list:
Battle Arena Toshinden
Cool Boarders 2
Final Fantasy VII
Grand Theft Auto
Metal Gear Solid
Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee
Resident Evil Director’s Cut
Ridge Racer Type 4
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six
Now, Here’s A Refresher If You Die-Die-Also-Want To Get Your Hands On One PlayStation Classic
The iconic console will be available for sale from 3 December 2018 onwards at SGD$139. An HDMI cable will be provided to connect your console to the TV for that full nostalgic feels.
Here, take a look at its promotional video:
What The Bundle Includes:
The bundle will include a standard mini-PlayStation (45% smaller than the original console) and two classic PS1 controllers.
But make sure to be fast though because these babies are sold in limited quantities.
In other words, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Emulators might be a lot cheaper but $139 a fair price to pay for walking down memory lane, no?
Not the First Company to Do This
If you’re into retro gaming, you’ll know that this isn’t new.
Nintendo also released the NES Classic Edition back in late 2016, and it was sold out almost immediately everywhere.
A year later, they came out with the Super NES Classic Edition.
Guess it just goes to show that PlayStation has just been “retro-ed”.