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PlayStation Classic Review - Prepare For Disappointment

Awaiting greatness.

The first impression you get when holding Sony's $100 / £90 PlayStation Classic is that it's a well-made little device with some great details on the surface. Memories of gaming in the '90s will likely come flooding in, and if the cute console wasn't enough, the classic and quaint PlayStation controller will almost certainly get you in the mood for some Tekken 3, Metal Gear Solid, or maybe even the original Resident Evil.

Upon booting up the system and diving into the main menu, you're greeted by the bright color scheme of the original PlayStation's memory card and CD player menus, albeit with a carousel of the 20 available games ready for perusal. So far so good. Pick a game and you're seconds away from revisiting some of the iconic games from Sony's debut console.

That reintroduction, however, may not go as smoothly as you'd expect. As someone who regularly plays PlayStation games today on both HD and SD displays, take it from me: The PS Classic will give you a false, negative impression of what PlayStation games should look like. Even if you don't want to go to the trouble of playing with the real thing, you can always emulate games on a slew of devices--including a PS3--and have a far better experience than the PS Classic offers.

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It's well known that mid-'90s 3D games can look rough around the edges, so it's not surprising to see jagged 3D models and crummy textures on the PS Classic. You may also recognize the familiar screen door-like dithering effect over large parts of the screen, though because you are playing on an HD flat screen and not a CRT monitor, the effect is very pronounced. All of these caveats are part and parcel of the PlayStation experience and could in theory be forgiven, but not in practice. The PS Classic is configured in such a way that the overall image is rendered blurry at 720p due to poor image stretching, which consequently muddies up graphics that were already borderline ugly to begin with.

Perhaps the most disappointing aspect of the PS Classic's implementation is that some games exhibit frame rate issues, Tekken 3 being the most obvious example. This is because Tekken 3 and other games noted below are based on the PAL release from Europe, where analog video standards limited refresh rates to 50hz. NTSC regions, including North American and Japan, ran at 60hz. Regardless of the cause, if you're used to Tekken 3 running at 60 frames per second, prepare for additional disappointment.

Going back to the notion of playing on a CRT, the difference between analog and digital display technologies is one that can almost be overcome with the help of a scanline filter that blanks every other line of resolution. Lots of emulation devices, such as the NES Classic and SNES Classic for example, offer this setting. It's a divisive trick that doesn't suit every player let alone every game, but it's a nice option to have when faced with games that are made unsightly due to the increased scrutiny when playing 240p or 480i content at 720p.

Sadly, the PS Classic doesn't offer simulated scanlines--likely due to the fact that the image is seemingly rendered before being stretched to 720p, hence the overall blurriness. If Sony has indeed opted to display games via that assumed tech pipeline, I'd love to know why.

PlayStation Classic Games (*Indicates PAL 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 frustrating thing about the PS Classic's basic configuration is that it's based on a well-documented emulator--ePSXe--which supports a wide range of options to help you tailor the handling of games to your liking. Want to add anti-aliasing or change the native resolution? You can do that most anywhere you use the emulator, but not on the PS Classic. Sony has effectively left options on the table that could have made a big difference when it comes to actually playing the games you're feeling nostalgic for.

Rough images on screen shouldn't totally overpower a great game though, right? In some cases you can still find enjoyment after you get over the initial hump of disappointment. Ridge Racer Type 4 is a snappy racing game with Pilotwings-like vibes and a great soundtrack, all of which comes across on the PS Classic. Mr. Driller, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, and Intelligent Cube make for a strong trio of puzzle games that are even better when played competitively--great reasons to put the included second PS Classic controller to use. But if grand single-player adventures are what you're after, Final Fantasy VII or Wild Arms are two games ready and willing to give you dozens of hours of classic RPG gameplay. Tekken 3 might not survive unscathed, but thankfully not every game feels as sluggish as it does.

During gameplay, you do have the option of using save states--an emulation convenience that did make its way on board--to suspend games wherever you are and pick them back up later. There are virtual memory cards assigned to each game that function like software-based versions of actual memory cards. Both of these solutions work as expected, thankfully.

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After you've spent considerable time with the PlayStation Classic, the simple included controllers start to feel inadequate compared to full-featured DualShock controllers. The PlayStation had them way back in 1997, dual analog sticks, vibration, and all. These weren't defining qualities of the PlayStation experience at large, but some games do suffer by their omission--I'm looking at you, Metal Gear Solid.

That point lies at the heart of why the PS Classic goes from being an enticing curio to a disappointing missed opportunity in short order. The debate over the selected games aside, using the PS Classic feels like partaking in a rough recreation of the original PlayStation experience. And if you've spent any time with Nintendo's Classic consoles, you'll see the user experience here for what it is: just good enough. The PS Classic doesn't feel like a celebration of PlayStation's formative years the way Nintendo's systems do. Nor is it a smart adaptation of a capable emulator working behind the scenes.

I'd like nothing more than to tell you that the PS Classic is a pleasant surprise, that it will match your excitement and then some. This sadly isn't the case, and short of Sony refreshing it, or the hacking community breaking it open and reconfiguring it, the PS Classic may never be more than a puny PlayStation with good looks.

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Third strike for Sony on hardware releases: PSVR, PS4 Pro and now PS Classic.

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I pre-ordered before I learned about the controllers, and PAL, and lackluster lineup. Can't wait to get it and take it straight back to Gamestop for an in store return. Not even going to open the box.

PAL? Seriously? That was the kicker... I could deal with a crappy non-analog controller and mostly bad games, but not PAL. The PAL version of FF7 is too easy and has WAY too many random encounters. And 50 fps? Pssshhhh...

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@blagnarok: Same. I pre-ordered and got the email it's ready for pickup. I don't want it.

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lol at all the time spent talking about the look... I still to this day play PS1 and PS2 gen games all the time.

But looking at that lineup.. So many missing classics from the japanese ver.. Shit did we get screwed in the west! **** SoA!

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The 20 game collection is too mediocre and limited.

Sony could have made the PlayStation Classic truly amazing, with hundreds of games, on-screen box art and manuals, retro home screen music, graphics filters, DualShock controllers, maybe online multiplayer and game downloads, etc. But they didn't.

If I bought PlayStation Classic... I can't imagine I would keep playing it. The selection of titles is just too limited. There's no excuse for this system not being better. PS1 is too popular and has too many great games for this system to be so bare. No Tomb Raider, Resident Evil 2 and 3, Silent Hill, Crash Bandicoot, etc.

It is a "classic" system with hardly any classic games. I really don't see the point of buying it.

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@qx0d: hundreds of games?? calm your tits xD The PS1 library is great, but there is no way you can fine 100 decent games on the system. Maybe 30-35 at best.

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@qx0d: In addition to the overlooked games you pointed out, I can't believe they chose Twisted Metal over Twisted Metal 2. The first one kinda sucked, but the second is a classic. I also would've loved to have seen Final Fantasy Tactics included. I agree, no point in buying.

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You can find an actual ps1 and some games that wont slow down for less than $100.

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The emulator being on the PS Classic used is PCSX ReARMed, not use ePSXe. Not sure where Peter picked up this inaccuracy because there's really nothing out there mentioning this using ePSXe.

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Can anyone confirm if a usb dual shock controller runs on this system and the analogue sticks work? Thanks in advance.

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Shame the controller ports are usb and not backwards compatible with PS1 and 2 dual shock controllers. There's a missed opportunity, at least A.T games got that right with their hunk of junk Sega Genesis/Megadrive Mini.

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Game on the first picture above in 2d?

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@ninjakatt: Wild Arms, the first one.

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Hey just thought as well. What Sony will do is, set the original 20 games for about 3 to 6 months then you’ll be able spend more money on a great new gadget that opens up more content. So not only £89.99 but plus the extra that Sony will no doubt charge for extra content if and when thy decide to do it. If it can be done too. Awww Sony we are all made of money you know.

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It beggars belief that I read yesterday that this little piece of nostalgia could be hacked. Ok so here’s the thing. The console has no internet ports, WiFi or router port if you will, the disc part is just for show, so pls someone tell me how this can be hacked? How. And Sony have said it only plays what it says on the box, and the original discs don’t fit either. Hack? This won’t work. Well it’ll make someone’s Christmas at least but for me it’s a no. Well done Sony.

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@andy24king24: That post was the funniest thing I've read all day. Get a clue, haha.

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@andy24king24: lol... are you truly serious? all you need to do is connect the device to a pc via usb port and hack it... just like the nes/snes classic. sorry to say this, but your ignorance is through the roof :D

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@andy24king24: Hmmm, SNES Mini was hacked a week after release and it has no internet ports, WiFi or router port, and the cartidge part is just for show.

You just connect it to your PC with a USB cable and that's it ;)

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I still can't believe they didn't include Ape Escape, R-type (any of em), Gradius V... such a missed opportunity.

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@Kalbent: Ape Escape would've required them including the Dual Shock, very likely meaning either including fewer games or raising the retail price above the $100 limit that most consider for "impulse buys."

Gradius V was on the PS2, not PS1.

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I have one coming in the mail but will more than likely just return it. I'd cancel my order if I could.

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@gunslingersnafu: Thinks it looks decent myself. But with like with Nintendo retro consoles not having actuall games stops me from buying it.

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@ninjakatt: The list of games isn't very exciting, only a few I'd be interested in playing. With several games in PAL format, it just seems like they did everything they could to make the console sub-par.

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I’ve already been disappointed with Sony ever since they started censoring Japanese games and started treating them like crap.

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@tony56723:

Yup.. the censoring bullshit is already enough for me to tell them to **** off.. but this just adds fuel. (not to mention all the missing classic games/RPGS from the japanese version)

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Did Sony just randomly throw whatever ISOs of games they could find online? That's the only excuse there could be for PAL versions of games to be on a NTSC version of this. Especially when there's NTSC version of some of the games on the playstation store.

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@supermariomelee: its probably not even Sony who made this console. Probably a lazy ass 3rd party company with mediocre programers.

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@supermariomelee: probably had to do with getting a cheaper rate on the licensing cost. yep, a dick move -- one of many they made with the ps1 classic.

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Someone put Shadowrun in there for pete's sake!

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@ydnarrewop: there was a shadowrun for psx? I want

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@xantufrog: Nope.

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Sony learned nothing.

Faults of the Nintendo consoles were well documented. Why didn't Sony try to improve them? Nobody knows, they could have easily done it.

1) Wireless controllers (DS4 compatible)

2) Side-loading of games (even if "unofficially")

3) If not 2), then official purchasing of games via PSN

4) Configurable graphics types. Scanlines, resolutions, stretching. Gamers have preferences, Sony forces what they think you like down your throat.

5) Removable memory card. Should have been a modern SD or SDmicro card.

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As Cat in the Hat says- “What a shame. What a shame. What a shame.”

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well, sony had his oportunity to make this a payed option of an emulator, but again they crash againt the wall of money they dreamed that "thing" could give em, do they even have a neuron to tell em this wasnt a good idea, cuss i bet anyone who eard about this "thing", knew already would be a crap, poor SONY, but im sure they will learn and will try to make the ps2 "classic" with all the possible thing to not let the gamers play as they do with the original

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This lineup is laughable.

What they should have done is just gone straight up JRPG box.

Cronocross, Wild Arms, Legend of Dragoon, Legend of Legaia, Star Ocean 2nd story, xenogears...

Would be a MUST BUY

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@fbplayer1064:

QFT! It's still complete bullshit that they screwed us out of so many classic games/RPGs that were on a the japanese version.. we got mostly trash.. I think the new western idiots in charge of the gaming div forgot (or never knew) the true draw of the PS1/PS2 era of gaming.. RPGs!

Don't forget the LUNAR (complete) games, Persona 2 and a ton of others!

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@fbplayer1064: I agree, not forgetting Valkyrie Profile, Thousand Arms, Alundra,Tales of Destiny(Eternia) and the second Wild Arms.

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I don’t understand the appeal of any of the classic consoles. I have a huge backlog of games I need to play as is, why would I spend $ to go back 20 years and play games that I already beat?

Nostalgia? Meh.

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@Daveof89: no microtransactions. no excessive handholding. no idiots trolling in grindy online games. a lot of gaming best ever, no platformer plays like crash or super mario world etc

ive noticed that when i have about 100 retro games, i have forgotten the first one enough by the time i reach the last that i can start the routine over

i have a lot of crappy backlog but when for say i have to decide between replaying tomb raider or finally starting that battlefront1 i got from some sale its not even a contest. sure i might try the battlefront at some point but most people say the real originals are better anyway

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@Daveof89:man do u even enjoy beat those games?, cuss u sound like u were forced to play em, every gamer who enjoy play videogames, and more PS1 gamers, i bet they allways find a moment to play the classics, maybe for nostagia, and whos not?, but also cuss they were the best games anyone would ever see, just dont spend the money on the thing, u not worth it, its not made it for u, just dont doit, it seems u dont feels nothing for videogames

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@Daveof89: Because not everybody beat them and because not everyone thinks like you?

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And watch this come in the top ten for Christmas purchases and then on Boxing Day they all get returned or traded in.

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At first when I heard about this product I was pumped, a mini version of the PS1, which is my favorite console of all time? Hell yes, and 20 pre-loaded games?, I was peeing my pants over this, then I went back down to Planet Urf(yes i know Earth isn't spelled like that, but I wanted to type that), and then realized that I could go to a flea market and get a PS1 for pennies to the dollar, yeah the whole HD thing is cool, but still 100 bucks for this was a bit too much.

But the price didn't really matter for me, cause I thought about reliving my childhood memories all over again and playing Gran Turismo 1 and 2 in HD, and playing all the other PS1 games that I haven't played, and at first the few batches of games seemed pretty cool, but then I watched a video on the full list of games and got majorly disappointed, only a few of them were exciting, and none of the games I wanted were in the list, then I realized there was no point to the PlayStation classic, I could just get one for way cheaper at a flea market or online, and I could just get the games that I wanted myself.

All this console was, was a collector's item and a cash grab on our nostalgia, if you want a PS1, go to a flea market and get one, I don't even care about the PS1 classic anymore, Sony should've just delayed the damn thing in order to add more games to the list, but nope, they rushed it just to get a lot of money during the holiday, it's so sad.

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I’d only buy it just to play Metal Gear Solid, hands down the greatest PS1 game ever but with reviews being this negative I think I’ll wait for the £90 price to come down by a large amount before I shell out my pennies. Shame as well, this is a one time purchase with absolutely no future or updates or more game downloads to come. But at least it’ll hark back to a era I’ll never forget. But for me I’ll wait for the sales.

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Nintendo used to over charge for their classic games which is one of many reasons their classic consoles were so appealing. I remember to get Contra 3 on the Wii I had to charge $10 to my credit card to buy an $8 game then I had to get two classic controllers for another $40! Plus their classic games never went on sale until the Wii U where they'd only be about a dollar off. There was also no way to play these games on my DS.

Sony already did it right with the PS3. The games were $6-10 and I could charge the exact amount to my credit card, they frequently went on sale and I bought many of them for about $1, they worked on the PSP, and the Dual Shock 3 worked great.

For the amount Sony is charging there should at least be a way to access their PS Store to get more games for it. This thing just seems to have extremely limited appeal.

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amazing system after the older gen but now not so punchy.

Great for collectors but i see no appeal in this.

Got a full library already and ps1, however others wanting to buy this or the original system, SOME ps1 games are pricey now.

Waste of time Sony imo but band wagon cash grab to them

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Expected.

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