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PlayStation Classic Off To Sluggish Sales Start In Japan

By Robert Workman– December 16, 2018 Sony debuted the PlayStation Classic to retail earlier this month; Og da det gjorde lover når det kom til at bringe tilbage spillminner fra 90-tallet, så var det ikke helt leve op til hype. It just does not deliver the same experience as Nintendo's superior plug-and-play consoles. And apparently it's not selling as well as them either. There are some things that could turn around PlayStation Classic's misfortunes, though not necessarily on Sony's part. First off, hackers have found a way to add more games to the system, including some favorites that could not be officially added due to licensing. And most recently, various retailers have begun offering deals to sell the system, including $ 25 off the regular price along with a $ 25 gift card. It'll be interesting to see how the PlayStation Classic performs over time, especially if Sony vows to officially drop its price by $ 25 or $ 50. . I noted in my review, "Recreating a long-lost era is one thing – but it's important-no, vital – to do so with accuracy and love poured into the product. Do yourself a favor and hunt down a real PlayStation instead, or get the classics on PlayStation 3 and Vita instead. You will feel soooo much better. " The PlayStation Classic is now available, but we suggest an NES Classic or SNES Classic instead. And you might want to get a move on.

Sony debuted the PlayStation Classic to retail earlier this month; Og da det gjorde lover når det kom til at bringe tilbage spillminner fra 90-tallet, så var det ikke helt leve op til hype. It just does not deliver the same experience as Nintendo’s superior plug-and-play consoles. And apparently it’s not selling as well as them either.

 PlayStation "title =" PlayStation "height =" 498 "width =" 665 "class =" 40 "data-item =" 1 <div class="e3lan e3lan-in-post1"> </div> 150451 "/> </figure> <p> A New Report from Media Creates indicates that the system only managed to sell 120,000 units during its first week of release. While it's not a "bomb" by any means, it comes up short of the 369,000 SNES Classic units that were sold within its first four days of release, based on these numbers from Famitsu. </p> <p> On top of that, a number of gamers here in the States noticed the PlayStation Classic in ample supply on large shelves. Even though sales numbers have not been provided by Sony's American division just yet, it sounds like it's not exactly flying out the door. </p> <p> Following their release on the market, the NES Classic and SNES Classic have sold millions of units, while also receiving rave reviews from fans (as well as us) The PlayStation Classic, however, has been occupied by a number of pro blems, including poor emulation issues, questionable game selections and controller issues. </p><div><script async src=

There are some things that could turn around PlayStation Classic’s misfortunes, though not necessarily on Sony’s part. First off, hackers have found a way to add more games to the system, including some favorites that could not be officially added due to licensing. And most recently, various retailers have begun offering deals to sell the system, including $ 25 off the regular price along with a $ 25 gift card.

It’ll be interesting to see how the PlayStation Classic performs over time, especially if Sony vows to officially drop its price by $ 25 or $ 50. .

I noted in my review, “Recreating a long-lost era is one thing – but it’s important-no, vital – to do so with accuracy and love poured into the product. Do yourself a favor and hunt down a real PlayStation instead, or get the classics on PlayStation 3 and Vita instead. You will feel soooo much better. “

The PlayStation Classic is now available, but we suggest an NES Classic or SNES Classic instead. And you might want to get a move on.

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