We're benchmarking the PlayStation Classic vs. a used PS3 for PS1 games, including PAL & NTSC benchmarks on the PS1 Classic. We won the PS3 at auction for $16.
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These new benchmarks look at whether the PS1 Classic is worth it, benchmarking the PlayStation 1 Classic vs. a used PS3 that we got for $16. We also look at the 50Hz vs. 60Hz PAL/NTSC comparison between the PS1 Classic titles and its developer mode, which is unlocked by plugging in certain keyboards. The benchmarks primarily test GTA, Syphon Filter, and Ridge Racer.
Original tear-down of the PS1 Classic: salafusali.com/v-video-qYW-4AOFkDE.html
At $100, the PS1 Classic is a tough sell except to collectibles enthusiasts, as anyone wanting to just play the games might as well buy a used PS3 for cheaper, then buy the games on the marketplace. It's all emulation anyway, seeing as the PS1 Classic uses the PCSX emulator and the PS3 also does emulation.
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Host: Steve Burke
Testing: Patrick Lathan
Video: Andrew Coleman
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