But while the PlayStation Classic is releasing on the same day as the original PlayStation, its library won't be limited to launch titles. It will be 45% smaller than the original machine, and comes with two smaller replicas of the pronged controllers and an HDMI cable to plug into modern television sets.
The mini console will be released on Monday 3 December 2018 which will be exactly 24 years since the initial release of the first PlayStation. And if you're Sony and you have a beloved retro console yourself, why deny the trend? (SIE), R4 Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3 (Bandai Namco Entertainment), and Wild Arms (SIE). The PlayStation proved to be a victor for Sony, which became the first console to sell 100 million units worldwide and helped Sony dethrone the once-dominant Sega brand in the 1990s. On select supported titles, users can play with or against their friends with the two Controllers included with the console.
The PlayStation Classic will be priced at $100 when it launches on December 3.
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PlayStation Classic is launching in Japan, the United States and Europe, with a UK price of £90.
Full details on the release can be found here, which will be updated with more of the list of games.
According to the video announcement, the open button will be used to virtually change the preloaded games instead of that totally archaic opening and closing function.