PlayStation Classic: Sony has created its very own mini-me

Tech Tools: Mini version of the original PlayStation console has 20 games preloaded

 

When Nintendo announced it was releasing a miniature NES console, we all went into a frenzy. The devices were snapped up and subsequently resold on eBay. The retro reissues keep coming, and Sony is the latest to get on that particular bandwagon with a mini version of its original PlayStation. The mini-console will come with 20 games preloaded on to it, including Tekken 3 and Final Fantasy VII, and will go on sale in December. What better way to spend your dark winter evenings?

playstation.com

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