The NES Classic is the victor in terms of sheer volume, offering 30 games including such staples as Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Donkey Kong, Castlevania, Mega Man 2, Punch Out and Tecmo Bowl. Oh, and keep in mind that you'll also need to have a USB AC adapter for the PlayStation Classic as there isn't one included in the package. Instead, they're based on the original PlayStation controller, which lacked the now-ubiquitous pair of analog sticks.
Wild Arms and Jumping Flash have also been confirmed for the PlayStation Classic.
The PlayStation Classic is around half the size of the original and is due to launch on 3 December. Of course, the power button turns it on/off; the open button switches between games; and the reset button suspends gameplay. Nintendo showed everyone how it is done with the release of the NES Classic and some time later the release of the SNES Classic. The miniature system will include 20 PS1 games, and sell for a price of $99.99 United States dollars - if you don't have to resort to buying it on eBay.More news: Manafort pleads guilty, will cooperate with special counsel
At $60 with 30 titles, the NES Classic gives you the most games for your money, though it only comes with one controller.
Who knows, but I guess we'll find out when the PlayStation Classic hits stores on 3 December (available for pre-order now), which just so happens the 24th anniversary of the original PS1 launch. If the PS1 Classic sells as well as we anticipate, then the PS2 Classic could be right around the corner. There's a clear demand for classic gaming experiences in the market.
Sony said it will release more details in the coming months.
Two controllers will be bundled with the retro console, which will be retailing for $99.99 in the United States, 99.99 euros in Europe, and 9,980 yen in Japan.