Last week, Sony announced the PlayStation Classic, a mini console similar to the NES and SNES Classics that will give players the chance to play 20 pre-loaded PS1 games. While the announcement of the PlayStation Classic has been met with some fanfare (enough for it to become sold out a multiple retailers), the mini console has also been criticized for various reasons.
One reason why the PlayStation Classic has been criticized since its announcement is due to a lack of an AC adapter. Some may recall that the New Nintendo 3DS XL didn’t come with an AC adapter either, and that decision was met with quite a bit of backlash from fans. Luckily, PlayStation Classic owners will be able to plug in the system using standard smartphone USB adapters. Otherwise, the adapter will be sold separately from the $99.99 bundle that includes the actual PlayStation Classic itself.
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