The PlayStation Classic Is Apparently Doing So Well That It’s Already Being Heavily Discounted! – Should you get one now or is it still a waste of money?

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18 Responses

  1. Daipop says:

    Maybe if I had some bucks to spare, but money is scarce nowdays

  2. Jose Grande says:

    Pentium 4!!?!??! I was using Bleem on a Pentium 3 and other AMD piece of *** back in the day.

  3. grecomafioso says:

    Or you could just get a raspberry 3 and install Retropie on it to play all your PSX games AND emulate much more platforms. It’s cheaper and you have a device that you can easily mount behind your tv for example. Also works with Bluetooth controllers with minimal lag.

    • Frezzno says:

      Having seen a raspberry pi 3 in action I say it’s really the way to go. Also don’t be alarmed by the bluetooth minimal lag, only a true speed runner will complain. There are far to much of advantage to emulate PSone on Rpi. Except from those already mentioned, other advantages are option to have greater library of games with video previews, emulate shaders and overlays, more save slots, plus other options I forgot. If you really want a good looking case, you could like in my case, get one 3d printed. Or if you have money to spare, why not buy discounted PS1 classic and replace the innards with a Rpi.

    • coolbleem says:

      I did that awhile back and have my rpi3 in the nespi case, this thing can do many things since its basically a mini linux computer and depends on what os is installed on the sd, I have on sd with kodi and that has retroarch in it, and I have a 32gb image of a custom themed emulator that looks like a pandora 4s. but I still am keeping both my vita oled 3.60 and pstv

  4. Nanashi says:

    You forgot the fact that many of the games were PAL versions, complete with 50 FPS, making everyone suffer poor performance for being able to sell it in Quebec.

    Frankly I’m not sure how Sony America got the idea to include the horrible Persona translation either.

    • dmaskell92 says:

      FF7 is arguably the worst translated PS1 game. I liked the game but I don’t see why people are blinded to the fact 8, and even 9 where better games.

      But yeah, horrible line-up.

      It will never be worth it IMO, anyone who prefers this over a PSTV is insane.

  5. Jan Toben says:

    39 at Target with cart wheel app

  6. Top Kek says:

    Nice sneaky amazon ref links, no real information in the article either. So glad I block ads on this “website”

  7. gfb says:

    I’ve had my ps3 modded for 7 years and still haven’t figured out how to run ps1 games and haven’t come across a tutorial that worked for me yet. Does anyone have any advice on this?

  8. Spongerob says:

    This thing doesn’t even include an AC adapter? That’s hilarious. I can’t believe how cynical Sony has become after a little bit of success with PS4.

  9. Neogeomini says:

    Strange because every other site is actually saying that the PS Classic is doing awful and Sony was force to lower prices.

  10. Tonnitom says:

    Bleemsync 0.7 is out soon (has integration of retroarch + many important fixes), makes PSC worth more than ever.