The shrunken PlayStation Classic 20-game “micro” console launches next week. Do you want a look inside the box?
PlayStation in the US have released the unboxing video below, which doesn’t unveil any big surprises.
Naturally there’s the console itself, plus there are two replica controllers (not compatible with the original console), a USB cable for power (an actual power adaptor will need to be purchased separately if you don’t have a USB port handy to provide power to the unit), a manual and – unlike many things you buy nowadays that should come with one – an HDMI cable for connection to your TV/receiver.
Oh, plus those 20 games, of course.
The PlayStation Classic launches on December 3 – 24 years after the debut of the original history-making console in Japan.