Sony entered the video game industry over 25 years ago with the original PlayStation, a gaming console that bore some of the most iconic games of its era and went on to sell over 100 million units worldwide. On Sept. 19, Sony announced that 20 titles from their retro console’s rich library will be re-released through the PlayStation Classic plug-and-play console, which will hit stores this year.

SONY ANNOUNCES THE PLAYSTATION CLASSIC, COMING 20 PS1 TITLES

While Sony will detail the full software list later, 20 games will be pre-installed on the PlayStation Classic. “Final Fantasy VIIJumping FlashRidge Racer Type 4Tekken 3, and Wild Arms” are confirmed to be present so far. Sony will announce the full list at a later time.

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As with Nintendo’s two throwback consoles, Sony’s PlayStation Classic will be smaller than the system it’s modeled after – in this case, by about 45 percent.

Sony’s 32-bit platform is currently available to pre-order at select retailers, and it will cost $99.99. Every PlayStation Classic will come with the following:

  • an HDMI cable
  • a USB cable
  • two controllers