Last Updated on May 24th, 2019
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Hell Yes!:) Enjoy the video!
My right ear enjoyed this video.
Everyone is talking about mini consoles. I'm over here with original hardware that no one seems to care about anymore.
How do you get those slanted boxes man? looks great!
How good is the Playstation 1 game emulation on the SNES classic? Is it a good number of games that compatible? Does anyone have a list? The ones you show here seem to work so well. I recall having tried n64 games and there was all kinds of problems with them so I didn't even consider trying Playstation games.
I'm totally miffed by their lack of a complete roster in the announcement. There are pre-orders available with no one knowing what's going to be on it.
I hope the SNES hacking community stays active despite whatever happens with the PS1
Tbh, since the snes classic can run psx games well enough I'd most likely pass on a ps1 classic. I'm much more interested in a n64 classic due to the notable issues with emulation. A ps2 classic I might get but at that point a PC would do just as well
I need your 3D box art for Sega CD and PSX! Also, props for including Dark Wizard in your set, a fantastic and often overlooked game!
Would be nice with a compatibility video, where u show which PSX games works well on SNESC – and which ones works well with the SNES controller 🙂
Hey Kyland! Please lower the volume on the TV, it would make it a ton easier to hear what you're saying without the game system sounds being in the background.
Thank you Kyland! Excellent work!! Watching this, the PS1 seems petty flawless on the snes mini. Is that right? I thought it would struggle since it can be a little glitchy on a raspberry pi.
so you're going to be getting a playstation classic? can't wait to load mine up with PRONOS
If you like Jumping Flash you should 5 the "original" game Geograph Seal on Sharp X68000 which is playable on SNESC https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qca_bXtxIe4
If it runs the same POPS emulator that was used (and improved) across PS2, PSP and Vita then there is much room for modding.
Been good seeing classic games coming back, especially arcade games I could only emulate until now. Buying a legit version of Prehistoric Isle 2 for a few bucks on the switch is whats up.
You bring up a good point, it’s only $5 per game with a free hdmi system to play them on yet there are detractors who find reasons to complain. Jumping flash sucks imo, but no matter which 20 games go on it, no one will be totally happy.Been planning on starting to collect ps1 games for my PS3, been side tracked building and collecting for my AES most of this year, so imo the ps Classic is a good start for $100.If MGS is on it, I’ll have to change my underwater when the announcement is made. Boy my wife won’t be happy with the load of laundry that day.
Those classic non analog ps1 controllers are my favorite. Its so light and perfect for fighting games. In fact, md luffy won a Ultra Street Fighter IV Evo fighting game championship with those standard controllers. I really hope there’ll be a way to use those controllers on pc or ps4.
20 games, 2 ps1 controllers and the console for 100$? I think that’s a great deal. And golly with 20 games u think they may have included a 1tb hdd in there?
Pre ordered here $149 looking forward to it Rumors going around that Castlevania – Symphony of the Night maybe on PS4