Remember the moments that changed gaming forever, with the iconic PlayStation Classic. This new game featuring 20 of the best games from the original PlayStation console. Which has games like Final Fantasy VII, TEKKEN 3, Ridge Racer Type 4, Jumping Flash!, Wild Arms and more to be announced. The New Sony PlayStation Classic will be released on December 3, 2018.

This classic version of game has got the best games on console. Expressing a range of genres that should appeal to most people with an interest in ’90s gaming. It includes the games like Metal Gear Solid, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Final Fantasy Tactics, Resident Evil, or whatnot your other favorite PS1 games as well.

The Design and Controls

The design of PlayStation Classic perfectly mirrors the original console, with the same logo, button layout and packaging.  But it is 45% smaller than the original 1994’s PlayStation. Long-time fans will appreciate the nostalgia that comes with rediscovering the games they know and love. While the gamers who will be newer to this platform, will also be able to enjoy the PlayStation. The original PlayStation controller has been changed and modified. Now it has four shoulder buttons and an ergonomic design for flawless grip. The new PlayStation Classic comes complete with two of these iconic controllers in the box.  All of the pre-loaded games will be playable in their original format.

The game box has an HDMI cable, USB cable, and two wired controllers. It does not come with an AC adapter. Also, it ships with replicas of the original PS1 controller, which doesn’t have analog sticks. Earlier in 1997, Sony released the Dual-Shock controller for PS1 with its two analog sticks and vibration function.

First releasing in Japan in 1994, the original PlayStation was available to the Europe and USA in 1995. For the following four years, hundreds of different games arrived on the console. The PlayStation would ultimately be superseded by the much more popular PlayStation 2 in 1999, but Sony’s original console set the stage for some of gaming’s longest running franchises and gave the Nintendo 64 some healthy competition.