See What Comes Included with the PlayStation Classic in This Unboxing Video Presented by Sid Schuman
Take a look inside the PlayStation Classic box.
We’ve been keeping eyes on the PlayStation Classic since it was announced in September. The mini console is roughly 45% smaller than the original console and is to launch with twenty titles built into the system. We saw the line up revealed in October. However, that line up was for the launch taking place over here in the west, with Japan getting a slightly similar line up of their own. It has also been revealed that the console will not receive any new games post-launch.
We have also had more details revealed about the PlayStation Classic, such as the console using a built-in-in-game save system to allow up to 15 saves per title, and more technical specifics such as screen ratio and more. In November we learnt that the PlayStation Classic utilizes an open-source emulator named PCSX ReARMed, and we’ve seen one video already that showed us Tekken’s King character battling a T-Rex in a short thirty-second video.
The new video that you can find below is presented by Sid Schuman who gives us some facts we already know, but unboxes the console while doing so. Schuman brings out the original console to begin the video which kind of hits you in the face with nostalgia, and then he pulls out the box containing the PlayStation Classic.
From the unboxing, we can see that the console comes with two PlayStation Classic controllers (The non-analog kind), the actual system, a 2 meter long HDMI cable, and is powered by a USB cable. The video continues with Schuman talking about how the original console kickstarted the entire PlayStation family we see today.
The PlayStation Classic is launching on December 3 for $99.99, and you can get the Nike inspired sneakers —sold separately— to match.