Sony Offers PlayStation Classic Mini-Console With 20 Games on December 3

PlayStation Classic mini retro console is launching in time for Christmas

Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Wild Arms, Jumping Flash and Ridge Racer Type 4.

After the success of Nintendo's mini retro consoles, we have seen others attempt to follow in its footsteps.

Fans have wanted it for ages and now Sony is delivering it: a miniaturised version of the original PlayStation with all of its most famous games (hopefully) for a United Kingdom price of £89.99.

You'll get an HDMI cable to plug the console into your TV, as well as two controllers with a matching color scheme. The company today announced the PlayStation Classic, a mini version of the original PlayStation.

Sony has announced its own mini classic console.

The device will arrive on December 3-24 years after the launch of the original-and cost $99.99 (or €99.99/£89.99). Some nice touches of the new machine include using the Reset button to "suspend" games, while the Open button changes titles.

The PlayStation Classic is now available for pre-order at select retailers across the USA and Canada.

Overall, the announcement of the PlayStation Classic came as an unexpected surprise and a very welcome one for some fans. However, unlike the original PlayStation that used dedicated cartridges, the PlayStation Classic is based on more advanced technologies that bring onboard storage and more a compact overall build that is touted to be 45 percent smaller than 1994's PlayStation. There's also a "virtual memory card" to save your progress across games. All of the pre-loaded games will be playable in their original format.

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