October 29, 2018
Sony has released the full, 20 game lineup for the Playstation Classic (announced in September) just in time to prepare for the holidays. The pre-installed game list includes Metal Gear Solid, Grand Theft Auto, Resident Evil Director's Cut, and Final Fantasy VII.
Not all the famous classic games are pre-installed, however, and not everyone is happy about it.
The Playstation Classic lineup is.....okay. System has so many gems.— The Great Clement (@ClementJ64) October 29, 2018
No Crash, no Spyro, no Parappa, no Medievil, no Mega Man? Ape Escape? Legend of Dragoon? FF Tactics? Tomba? Bushido Blade? Parasite Eve? Legacy of Kain? No Tomb Raiders even.
When you can only pick 20 games...
Crash Bandicoot & Spyro The Dragon are Not Coming for the PlayStation Classic. Crash & Spyro was one of the Biggest PlayStation Mascots Back in the PS1 Days. I think its very Strange that they are Not Coming for the PS Classic, its Not PlayStation with out them. pic.twitter.com/XNL31DqUMm— 🕷️👻💀Crash Bandicoot💀👻🕷️ (@CrashFan00) October 29, 2018
One Twitter user explained why some games were missing from the list: “For those asking where (X) game is. All of those titles have already or will be getting remakes and remasters. So they want you to buy those versions. No SOTN cuz the Requiem Collection is out. No Crash, because of his collection. Same goes for Spyro and Medievil and RE2.”
For those asking where (X) game is. All of those titles have already or will be getting remakes and remasters. So they want you to buy those versions. No SOTN cuz the Requiem Collection is out. No Crash, because of his collection. Same goes for Spyro and Medievil and RE2.— "The Midnight Mattssacre" (@MattMcMuscles) October 29, 2018
Here's a look at the full list of games available on the new mini console:
Battle Arena Toshinden
Cool Boarders 2
Final Fantasy 7
Grand Theft Auto
Metal Gear Solid
Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee
Resident Evil Director’s Cut
Ridge Racer Type 4
Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six
Playstation Classic will be released on December 3 for Playstation's 24th anniversary and will retail for $99.99.