Only 20 games you say? Nonsense.
The PlayStation Classic had gamers clamoring upon its announcement just a few months ago, wondering if it might be the next best retro gaming console on the market. Coming in at a full price of $99.99, it’s one of the more expensive retro gaming options out there, but fans hoped the pre-installed games would make it well worth the cost; the original PlayStation had plenty of now-beloved games, after all.
While loaded with 20 original PlayStation games including Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3 and Wild Arms, there are some that just don’t hit the mark of ‘defining an era’ as the product description claims. Thankfully though, gamers have found a way to add your own games to the console to give it more replayability than before. While it doesn’t match up to the likes of the NES Classic Edition or SNES Classic Edition consoles, you could have a lot of fun with the system despite its flaws such as some of the pre-installed games running slow and the included controllers having no joysticks.
via windowscentral https://www.windowscentral.com/playstation-classic-actually-good-buy-now-its-been-hacked-and-sale