- “Summer of glove” campaign calls for the end of Berejiklian-era strip-searches
- The great Australian dream of owning a backyard is dead, but it can be resurrected
- Thoughts on facing the quarter life crisis
- McKenzie awarded a grant to a gun club without disclosing she was a member
- If America implements a universal basic income, the working class will be short-changed
Ask and ye shall receive. Sony has just announced that they’ve shrunk their legendary PS1 for our nostalgic enjoyment. Game on!
To catch the wave of macro nostalgia, Sony has jumped on board with an entry that threatens to wash away all those who sailed with them down a drain of remembrance of times gone, and weekends flamed.
Called the PlayStation Classic, it represents a mini-reboot of the classic PS1, the original gaming opiate of my generation.
Available from December 3, Sony has promised 20 “generation-defining titles”, but announced three.
To be fair, though, they’re not bad: Ridge Racer Type 3, Final Fantasy 7 and Tekken 3.
The console will drop with a US price tag of $99, with a full list of titles to be announced later.
Yes, Sony, take all my money, but I have three requests.
- Metal Gear Solid
- Tony Hawk 2
- This fucking noise.