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Comments PlayStation Classic is a faithful reproduction of the experience of playing original PlayStation games in the mids. In that respect, it succeeds.
What it lacks is passion. With Nintendo roundly rejecting the idea of a Nintendo 64 Classic in the foreseeable future, PlayStation Classic has the low-polygon nostalgia market, to whatever extent it exists, all sewn up for itself. The emulation looks and sounds good, the two included controllers feel just right.
The experience is technically accurate, but PlayStation Classic doesn't feel like it was created by a company with a true and abiding passion for the games of this era, or even with the good sense to fake one. The interface is utilitarian and drab instead of fun and stylish.
The feature set is bare-boneseven though a few extra options and features would have added so much to the experience.
And the game selection, while studded with gems here and there, is far from a solid overview of the best content on the platform. Those two systems were gifts from my parents when I was 7 and 11 years old, respectively.
They are largely tied up in childhood memories. But I bought the PlayStation when I was 17, with money from my first job. When I look at the PlayStation I see early adulthood, that first taste of what it was like to splash out cash for new technology.
And that was the market that Sony pursued with PlayStation—the older teens, the college kids. The games had more violence, more sex, more drugs, more curse words. The compilation also includes some sexual material: Wild Arms is a solid pick.
These hold up pretty well, and give the PlayStation Classic a well-distributed range of game genres: The original Rayman has stunning 2D animation, but the gameplay isn't as polished.
Persona, which is certainly an interesting game but has lots of bad design decisions that made my couple hours of playtime feel like a chore. It wasn't until their third iterations that both of those series evolved into something closer to what we know and love today.
Pilotwings is a fun game, but feels more like a demo for the cool tech tricks that Super NES could do rather than a truly mature expression of the platform. Symphony of the Night, or Silent Hill? Comparing them to the original U.
Even with a library half-full of mediocrity, PlayStation Classic could have improved its image somewhat by adding features that enhance the basic experience. The SNES Classic upped the ante with a rewind feature and pretty borders that fill up the blank space around the 4: PlayStation Classic does almost none of this.
The menu is drab and joyless. There are no display options, no borders. You can, at least, access a virtual Memory Card for each game, where you can see your saved-game icons just like they appeared on the original PlayStation. Where someone made and won an argument that putting Parappa the Rapper on it wouldn't negatively affect the sales of the PlayStation 4 remaster—or whatever the reason for skipping it.
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