Sony has officially announced all 20 titles that will come pre-loaded on the PlayStation Classic console.
As revealed on the PlayStation Blog, the following games will be joining previously announced fan-favorites – Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms — when the PlayStation Classic hits store shelves on December 3:
- Battle Arena Toshinden
- Cool Boarders 2
- Destruction Derby
- Grand Theft Auto
- Intelligent Qube
- Metal Gear Solid
- Mr Driller
- Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee
- Resident Evil Director’s Cut
- Revelations: Persona
- Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
- Syphon Filter
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six
- Twisted Metal
What do you think of the full lineup? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: PlayStation Blog
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