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Here Is What The Critics Are Saying About The PlayStation Classic So Far

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When Sony first announced it was joining in on the retro console fun with the PlayStation Classic everyone was excited at the news. Critics were able to preview the mini PS One, and they were not too impressed.

Back in October Sony revealed the complete list of titles that would be featured on the miniature version of the first PlayStation console. It didn’t blow many away leaving much to be desired and now with hands-on reviews rolling in it’s looking like the PlayStation Classic is an enjoyable but incomplete nostalgic experience for fans of the PlayStation system.

Chris Kohler of Kotaku:

“Bare-bones” is probably the most accurate summation I can give of the PlayStation Classic so far. There are no special screen borders or graphic display options. There’s a QR code that will load up manuals on the PlayStation website, but it wasn’t functional during the preview event. There’s a screensaver option that will dim the screen after a few minutes. Even the game selection menu itself is strictly utilitarian; there’s no nostalgic theme song or other cute additions.”

Jonathon Dornbush of IGN:

“I undoubtedly had my fun with a few entries, and could certainly see myself being sucked back into more of Midgar or Snake’s exploits. The list isn’t packed with heavy hitters, though, and knowing what defined the console but didn’t end up being included, along with the lack of nostalgic bells and whistles, can make even those great aspects of the PlayStation Classic feel like part of an incomplete whole.”

Nick Pino of Tech Radar:

“Because it doesn’t rely on the best-remembered games from the ’90s, the PlayStation Classic isn’t quite everything we hoped it’d be. That said, what we feel it lacks in software is made up, in part, by its lovingly crafted hardware.”

There was one positive preview/review from The Verge that did have a few complaints as far as the console’s use or wired controllers and questionable choices for its game lineup. Here is what Nick Statt had to say about the PlayStation Classic:

“Now, if you’re a hardcore fan who remembers those games like you played them yesterday, you’ll probably be fine. But it’s worth noting that this era, while a golden one for a certain type of game fan, is not going to be quite as accessible as the SNES generation of hits. The Verge will have a more comprehensive evaluation of the PS Classic’s lineup later this month when we get our hands on a proper review unit and spend some more time with the device’s library.

All that said, the PS Classic is a faithful and well-made little device, and it’s easy to see how popular it will be among former PS1 owners.”

While those reviews are not very encouraging, we still expect to PS Classic to sell like hotcakes when it arrives December 3rd cause for $ 99 you still are getting a decent retro console. Will these reviews affect your decision to purchase one? Let us know below.

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My Top Ten ‘Top Ten Critics List’ Critic’s List

What a year for TV drama! Trigger-happy cops, CIA torture, outbreaks — and that was just on CNN!


Sorry, got carried away. But face it, we all got to watch 24 starring Dick Cheney and Michael Hayden — Mad Men starring Kim Jong-un — and The Walking Dead starring Donald Sterling.

(You cannot tell me the Donald is not a zombie. He sucked the life out of everyone he came in contact with. And come on, did he die in that monochromatic suit? It’s like watching Who Wants to Be a Billionaire.)

But I digress. It’s the end of the year, which means endless end-of-the-year lists, especially for TV shows. And I didn’t watch TV this year. Seriously. I cut the cable cord in 2008. Yes, I am superior to you, thanks for asking.

But I still have the Internet for now (thanks Kim). And the BuzzFeed logo is tattooed on my pecs. So please indulge me as I give you my Top Ten “Top Ten Critics List” Critic’s List.

10. Matt Roush, TV Guide

Is TV Guide still a thing? Apparently it is. Matt’s “10 Best TV Shows of the Year” is a true artifact. His puns are period pieces, older and more threadbare than Tom Shales’ red sweater vest:

“This show always gets my vote” (The Good Wife).

A “surprise pregnancy…has given birth to an instant favorite” (Jane the Virgin).

Folks, he’ll be here all week. Try the veal.

9. Jeff Jensen and Melissa Maerz, Entertainment Weekly

EW‘s “10 Best TV Shows of 2014” is the only list that also qualifies as a Women’s Studies curriculum:

“…Skewered our preoccupation with body image” (Louie).

“…Allowed the uncensored use of a slang term for ‘vagina'” (Inside Amy Schumer).

“…Inspired more thoughtful debates about consent than you’ll find on most college campuses” (Game of Thrones).

“…Explored themes of transcendence and transgression in intimacy, religion, art, and dining” (Hannibal).

Transgression in dining? I thought that was Guy Fieri’s job. Bazinga!

Jensen also wins the Herb Tarlek Award for Awkward Use of Spanish for this bon mot: “Jane the Virgin is muy bien.” Okay fine, Jenny-poo.

8. Willa Paskin,

Willa’s entry for Slate’s “TV Club 2014” is titled “Why I’m sad that the network sitcom is nearly dead.” That’s right, girlfriend, save those tears you might otherwise squander on Ebola victims for the passing of Must-See TV!

Her quotes:

“…Seinfeld and Frasier were both very specific and broadly appealing.”

Friends and Seinfeld in endless rerun are still so great and comforting to stumble upon.”

“I really love coming upon reruns of Friends.”

What, no love for The Cosby Show?

7. Tim Goodman, The Hollywood Reporter

Goodman’s list, “The Best Television of 2014,” name-checks 31 shows. Thirty-one. Good Lord. Ah, but he considerately explains why his list is so long:

“But first, a quick story about death and embarrassment…. Anyway, a spirited discussion about why I was to be killed followed, with me telling this person that the first few episodes made by the person who wanted me dead were, indeed, not very good and that one of the tenets in my critical philosophy is that second chances are not a given, and only on very rare occasions are third chances…”

Folks, Goodman’s disclaimer runs 1,408 words. “Quick story” my ass. Editor, stat!

(By the way, out of his 31 best shows, only one was an NBC comedy, and it’s been cancelled. Maybe Willa Paskin had a point.)

6. Jarett Wieselman, BuzzFeed

You thought 31 was a bit much? Try “35 Best Episodes of Television in 2014.”

All you need to know about Jarett’s list is this:

“There was a lot of wonderful reality television this year.”

Uh-oh. His proof? Episode three of the eight-part documentary series about Lindsay Lohan on Oprah’s OWN Network.

Honestly. Did you know LiLo’s life would take eight episodes to unwind? That’s one more episode than The Roosevelts: An Intimate History by Ken Burns. I wish I were joking.

5. Scott Meslow, The Week

“43 TV Shows to Watch in 2014.” No! It’s too long! I refuse to read this! Cry U.N.C.L.E.!

Meslow’s list came out on September 8, 2014. That means he gave readers exactly 114 days to view 35 drama series and eight comedy series. And one of them is on something called the Ovation network.

Did I tell you I got rid of my TV?

4. Brian Lowry, Variety

Lowry gave us his “10 Best TV Dramas of 2014.” That’s more like it! Short, sweet, and unpretentious. Let’s check in:

“…A list of favorite series — like one of favorite songs — is a snapshot of a moment, not a rigid document carved in stone…”

Never mind.

3. James Poniewozik, Time Magazine

Poniewozik’s list is “The 10 Worst Shows of 2014 (That I Watched).” Finally, something negative! Enough with the treacle and mush.

It includes I Wanna Marry Harry, Marco Polo, The Newsroom, and The Brittany Murphy Story. All of which I am shocked did not make Jarett Wieselman’s Top 35 list.

2. Matt Zoller Seitz,

Again with the cannibal? Listen to how Vulture describes its number one show, Hannibal:

“And yet for all of its ugliness and horror, it is an intensely pleasurable experience, appallingly sensual, laying out food, furniture, clothes, windows, doors, and landscapes with painterly exactness.”

“Appallingly sensual”? I knew we’d get around to Cosby!

1. Maureen Ryan, The Huffington Post

Her “Top 10 TV Shows of 2014” list is truly great. Hey, I know where my bread is buttered.
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