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Sony reveals full list of 20 playable games in PlayStation Classic

30 Oct 2018

Sony has now announced the full list of old-school games that you can play when the PlayStation Classic console comes out later this year. 

If you missed the news before, the PlayStation Classic is a mini version of the old PSOne console that came out in the ‘90s. This new version of the console comes pre-loaded with 20 awesome games for you to play. 

Here’s the list of PlayStation Classic games

- Battle Arena Toshinden - Cool Boarders 2 - Destruction Derby - Final Fantasy VII - Grand Theft Auto - Intelligent Qube - Jumping Flash! - Metal Gear Solid - Mr. Driller - Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee - Rayman - Resident Evil Director's Cut - Revelations: Persona - Ridge Racer Type 4 - Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo - Syphon Filter - Tekken 3 - Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six - Twisted Metal - Wild Arms

The PlayStation Classic console come out on December 3rd, 2018 and will cost you $169.00. It comes with two controllers, a USB cable, HDMI cable and the console itself. 

Sadly, these are the only 20 games that you can play on the PlayStation Classic console. There are no future announcements for adding more video games in. 

While the list is decent overall, the console is still missing out on many other classics such as Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Tomb Raider and more!  

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