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Favourite PlayStation classic game/series

Metal Gear Solid
14
22%
Resident Evil
8
13%
Final Fantasy
10
16%
Tomb Raider
5
8%
Gran Turismo
5
8%
Tekken
1
2%
Crash Bandicoot
2
3%
WipEout
3
5%
Ridge Racer
4
6%
Parappa the Rapper
1
2%
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
5
8%
Other
6
9%
 
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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Ad7 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 8:50 am

They'll be packing it with copies of fallout 76 soon

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Moggy » Wed Dec 26, 2018 8:52 am

Advent7 wrote:They'll be packing it with copies of fallout 76 soon


:lol:

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Cyburn2 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 9:55 am

Almost makes you think Sony will just replace it with a Dual Shock Edition with some new games.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Ad7 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 9:57 am

If it drops to £25 I'll buy one to put different emulators on

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Gemini73 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 10:10 am

Advent7 wrote:If it drops to £25 I'll buy one to put different emulators on


I've not been keeping up with gaming news, but I heard it's possible to get more games onto the system via a USB converter or something?

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by kerr9000 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 10:19 am

I am tempted to get one from Amazon as I got given a £15 Amazon vouher for Christmas I dont know what to do with.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Venom » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:33 pm

Amazon are currently selling it for £49.99.

kerr9000 wrote:I am tempted to get one from Amazon as I got given a £15 Amazon vouher for Christmas I dont know what to do with.


Or you could put it towards the cost of a game purchase in February.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Ad7 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:06 am

Gemini73 wrote:
Advent7 wrote:If it drops to £25 I'll buy one to put different emulators on


I've not been keeping up with gaming news, but I heard it's possible to get more games onto the system via a USB converter or something?


Yes as with the nes/snes classics you can add more games. I'd imagine soon that you'll be able to pretty much wipe the thing and put better emulation, UI and games on it. THEN it'd be worth it.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Gemini73 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 10:27 am

Advent7 wrote:
Gemini73 wrote:
Advent7 wrote:If it drops to £25 I'll buy one to put different emulators on


I've not been keeping up with gaming news, but I heard it's possible to get more games onto the system via a USB converter or something?


Yes as with the nes/snes classics you can add more games. I'd imagine soon that you'll be able to pretty much wipe the thing and put better emulation, UI and games on it. THEN it'd be worth it.


Good to know. Cheers, Ad.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Lagamorph » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:25 am

The Mod My Classic (Formerly Hakchi) team have ways to change things on the unit itself I believe, they're just holding back on releasing it because they're still working on ways to backup and restore the unit's factory defaults.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Trelliz » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:44 am

Advent7 wrote:
Gemini73 wrote:
Advent7 wrote:If it drops to £25 I'll buy one to put different emulators on


I've not been keeping up with gaming news, but I heard it's possible to get more games onto the system via a USB converter or something?


Yes as with the nes/snes classics you can add more games. I'd imagine soon that you'll be able to pretty much wipe the thing and put better emulation, UI and games on it. THEN it'd be worth it.


If you're going to that trouble why not just get a Pi or use a laptop/pc with launchbox, which are probably both easier to set up and you can have multiple systems in one place?

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Ad7 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:49 am

Looks.

Why do these classic console thread always bring out the aaaaaacctttshuuullly pi crowd?

I have one already by the way.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Gemini73 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:57 am

Trelliz wrote:
Advent7 wrote:
Gemini73 wrote:
Advent7 wrote:If it drops to £25 I'll buy one to put different emulators on


I've not been keeping up with gaming news, but I heard it's possible to get more games onto the system via a USB converter or something?


Yes as with the nes/snes classics you can add more games. I'd imagine soon that you'll be able to pretty much wipe the thing and put better emulation, UI and games on it. THEN it'd be worth it.


If you're going to that trouble why not just get a Pi or use a laptop/pc with launchbox, which are probably both easier to set up and you can have multiple systems in one place?


I do use my PC and laptop, and I do have originals. I just like the look of the classic. Not enough to buy one now, but enough to buy one once the ability to play with its internal workings becomes more open.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by KK » Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:08 pm

If you want to play PlayStation 1 games properly, either buy a PS1 or PS2 off eBay and use one of those HDMI converters, or even better just buy a new PS3. That way you can buy them for peanuts off the PS Store or purchase the original discs, many of which can now be picked up like new, or literally new, on eBay and Amazon if you're paying attention. I'm yet to encounter anything that the PS3 can't play properly (though I think there may be a few anomalies).

If you just want a casual experience for a few weeks however, I think the PS Classic is worth the £40-50 quid, in spite of its many flaws.

Vita is also exceptional; the smaller screen and OLED making the games look their best.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Preezy » Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:17 pm

How much would you be looking at for a PS3 these days?

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Gemini73 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:23 pm

Preezy wrote:How much would you be looking at for a PS3 these days?


For a slim with a 250gb HDD between £70-110

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by kerr9000 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:38 pm

My current PS3 is a fatty but a fatty after the PS2 stuff was removed from it.... It actually died for the first time about a week ago, every time I powerd it on it turned itself off , I went inside it and basically removed all the dust and its now golden, working good as ever.. I thought this was worth brining up for anyone who comes across a cheap older model and considers it... I found it a lot easier to work on than a 360.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Lagamorph » Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:46 pm

I suppose the loss with using a PS1/PS2/PS3/Vita is you lose the various enhancement options an emulator can give you.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by Lime » Fri Dec 28, 2018 1:22 pm

kerr9000 wrote:My current PS3 is a fatty but a fatty after the PS2 stuff was removed from it.... It actually died for the first time about a week ago, every time I powerd it on it turned itself off , I went inside it and basically removed all the dust and its now golden, working good as ever.. I thought this was worth brining up for anyone who comes across a cheap older model and considers it... I found it a lot easier to work on than a 360.


Interesting.... was it giving a yellow light or flashing red light, or similar?
I've binned a couple of ps3s in the past because of that, since it seemed they were beyond simple repair from a google.

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PostRe: PlayStation Classic thread - "It may look like a harmless bagel toaster, but inside is a deadly doughnut"
by kerr9000 » Fri Dec 28, 2018 2:44 pm

It was green when I pressed on then a beep noise and it went red.. if you pressed it then it went green again and almost imediatly back to red. As soon as I gave it a good clean it just stayed green and worked

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