It’s Black Friday All Over Again, PlayStation Classic Drops To Just $29 [Original MSRP $99]

Amazon is currently offering the Sony PlayStation Classic for just $29. Normally, it would sell for double that, making this the kind of saving that you won’t want to miss out on.

The PlayStation Classic is a great way to play some of the best games of a generation all over again. Or if you missed out the first time around, now is the chance to enjoy the games that made the PlayStation the huge brand that it is today.

The console comes with 20 preloaded games covering some of the very best the platform had to offer. Those include Final Fantasy Vll, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken, Wild Arms, and more.

Introducing PlayStation Classic A miniature recreation of the iconic PlayStation console, pre loaded with 20 fan favorite games along with two wired controllers for local multiplayer showdowns and a virtual memory card for vital game saves.

PlayStation Classic also features the same famous logo, button layout and outer packaging – but this mini console is approximately 45 percent smaller than the original PlayStation and includes a HDMI cable to connect directly to a TV.

PlayStation Classic is the perfect console for retro loving fans – and for a new generation wanting to experience the dawn of PlayStation for the first time.

You’ll find everything you need to get started inside the box with two wired controllers, a virtual memory card, and even an HDMI cable included. Plug everything into that 45% smaller console and you’ll be enjoying some pretty awesome games in no time.

There are no discount codes to enter to take advantage of this deal, but we don’t know how long it will be around for. If a cheap PlayStation Classic sounds good to you, get your order in soon.

Buy: Sony PlayStation Classic from Amazon: $29 | Original price: $60

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