PS1 games aged badly.
I still have my original sized Playstation Classic..when we called it a Playstation...and then dropped shit bricks when we saw the glorious 20fps 3D polygonal games. Unfortunately in 2018 those are still 20fps polygonal games and there ain't nothing but fugly polygons on the PS1.
Nostalgia, sure, but who's seriously playing 320x200 poly games.....sprite games? Ok...animation, art...but PS1 games are crude beyond words.....
Games varied in resolution up to 640x480, and most of them ran at 30 FPS with quite a few managing to reach 60. It just felt slower because motion blur wasn't a thing yet. It was a massive improvement over the 12-15 FPS of 3D games on the SNES.
Speak for yourself. PlayStation is still my favorite classic console after the Gamecube. My only problem with N64 is the controls were just not good in most games, but there are still classics on it that hold up to this day from a gameplay perspective.
I'd rather they provide PS2 emulation for the PS4. I can already play my PS1 games on my PS3.
Will I have to play with the console turned upside down? You know, to keep the virtual disc from popping out when the door keeps opening. Just won't be the same otherwise.
Am I the only one who never knew this was a thing? I never had this issue or even heard of someone else doing this until now.Awesome, can't wait to flip it upside down to play games!
They’re on the iPad for the same price I’m pretty sure. I got both of them for my international flights with a decent controller.
The ones that tried to do complex 3D... yea... but ones that still hold up IMO:PS1 games aged badly.