Sony brings back Play Station Classic

By Reuben Gonzales - Video Game Warriors



Grab your Coca Cola and head to the couch - we are going to par- ty like it's 1994.

Sony is going to be taking a page out of Nintendo's book and releasing a classic version of their PlayStation on the 24th anniversary of its Japanese re- lease.

The PlayStation Classic, as it is being called, is about 50 per- cent smaller than the original and will come preloaded with 20 classic games.

The games have a varying range of gameplay, such as Met- al Gear Solid, Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Oddworld: Abe's Odd- ysee and Resident Evil Directors

Cut just to name a few.
Each game will get four save

points that will allow the player to return to the game whenever they choose to.

The PlayStation Classic comes with two controllers designed just the way the originals were and the system now supports HDMI cables.

The open button takes play- ers to the games menu; the reset button pauses the game being played.
The whole device is powered

by a USB port. As of right now, no plans are laid out for any new content or the need for internet to use the system.

If you want to relive these classic titles or maybe discover them for the first-time the Play- Station Classic comes out Dec. 3.

•It's the most wonderful time of the year – for gamers.

With all the new games coming out this holiday season gamers find themselves hav- ing a hard time deciding what game to buy. This can lead to a considerable amount of money spent and for some can lead to not purchasing some games to get others.

Well it's that time of year where the deals are plenty - all you need to do is look.

GameStop, Best Buy and ev- ery gaming system eshop is cur- rently having huge sales on new and old content.

If you have been wanting to play the new Spiderman for the

PlayStation 4 but don't have a Play- Station, then you're in luck thanks to a huge deal that bundles a PlayStation 4 with 1 terabyte of space and the game for $200 at GameStop and Best Buy.

This deal saves $100 and gets you a $60 game on top of that for free.

This isn't the only deal going on for PlayStation. If you are looking to increase your game library, games are currently go- ing for 25 percent to 50 percent off.

Not a PlayStation, then Mic- rosoft is also doing huge sales for all three versions of their sys- tems. GameStop is offering the Xbox One S with one terabyte and Minecraft for $200.

Costco has the Xbox one S with one terabyte for $230 with two controllers and a three- month subscription to Xbox Live.

Microsoft stores have the Xbox One S with a terabyte with two controllers for $230 and a month subscription to their Game Pass service.

Games and accessories are also getting huge price drops at

GameStop, with Nintendo Switch games going as low as 63 per- cent off normal price.

Consoles aren't the only place to be getting deals on games as the Steam marketplace is hav- ing a major sale now through Cyber Monday.

The steam controller is cur- rently 30 percent off, with games on Steam on sale for 30 to 70 percent off.

The Xbox-live marketplace is having a sale on their digital games and services are going for 50 to 60 percent off, games like Forza Horizon 4 which is normally $60 and is now $40.

PlayStation Network is also having a sale on their digital content, games are 10 to 60 percent off, so you can get your hands on the new Spiderman for $40 instead of $60.

Another big title going on sale is Call of Duty Black Ops 4. The game just released early last month for $60 and will now cos $40 at select stores.

Most of these deals start- ed already and will continue through Cyber Monday.



The new Playstation Classic on the le , with the original Playstation to the left to reference for size.



An in-game screenshot of the new Spiderman for the Playstation 4 which is part of a bundle deal available through Cyber Monday.

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