PlayStation Classic

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PlayStation Classic
Designer Sony
Manufacturer Sony
CPU 1.5 GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex A35
Graphics PowerVR GE8300
Memory 1 GB
Media 16 GB
Released December 3, 2018
Added to Museum NA: December 5, 2018

PlayStation Classic was a miniature video game system by Sony. It was released after the success of miniature consoles by Nintendo, the NES Classic Edition and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition. It was released on December 3, 2018.


The PlayStation Classic contained twenty built-in games, running on the open-source emulator, PCSX ReARMed, and was designed to resemble the PlayStation.

It contained two PlayStation controllers without dual-analog sticks, which connected to the console using a specialized USB connection.

The power was provided by a standard mini USB plug and wall adapter, and the video was output through HDMI.

Games list

Twenty games were included in the PlayStation Classic.

Title Developer North America/Europe/Korea/Southeast Asia Japan/Taiwan/Hong Kong
Arc the Lad Sony Computer Entertainment
No Yes
Arc the Lad II Sony Computer Entertainment
No Yes
Armored Core FromSoftware No Yes
Battle Arena Toshinden Tamsoft Yes Yes
Cool Boarders 2 UEP Systems Yes No
Destruction Derby Reflections Interactive Yes No
Final Fantasy VII Square Yes Yes
G-Darius Taito No Yes
Gradius Gaiden Konami No Yes
Grand Theft Auto DMA Design Yes No
Intelligent Qube G-Artists Yes Yes
Jumping Flash! Exact
Yes Yes
Metal Gear Solid Konami Yes Yes
Mr. Driller Namco Yes Yes
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee Oddworld Inhabitants Yes No
Parasite Eve Square No Yes
Rayman Ubi Pictures Yes No
Resident Evil: Director's Cut Capcom Yes Yes
Revelations: Persona Atlus Yes Yes
R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 Namco Yes Yes
Saga Frontier Square No Yes
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo Capcom Yes Yes
Syphon Filter Eidetic Yes No
Tekken 3 Namco Yes Yes
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Red Storm Entertainment Yes No
Twisted Metal SingleTrac
Sony Interactive Studios America
Yes No
Wild Arms Media.Vision Yes Yes
(Known as Devil Dice in North America and Europe)
Shift No Yes