Although it’s still good to get the finest console the gaming universe can bring, it’s always wonderful to have a nostalgic ride to the late 1990s and early 2000s. The leading titles of the retro console include games such as the original “Final Fantasy,” “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six,” and “Resident Evil: Nemesis”.
Look for those good times to relive? Ok, in 2020, this is how to enjoy PS1 games.
Buy A Retro PlayStation
Sony re-launched PS1 in 2018 and called it “PlayStation Classic.” It comes with the initial PS1 shape, according to the areas, and a few PS1 hits back in time.
For instance, if you live in NA, PAL, South Korea, or the Southeast Asian zone, you will not have users in Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong and vice versa. Any of the names that NA/PAL zone users may not have, but Japan and Taiwan do, are “Arc the Lad” and its successor, “Armored Core,” “Parasite Eve,” and “SaGa Frontier”
The price began at $99.99 when it was first introduced. On reputable internet stores, such as Amazon, you can always find PlayStation Classic.
Install the desktop ePSXe Simulator
Installing the ePSXe Simulator on your notebook/PC desktop is another option you can select. EPSXe is the perfect one, while there are plenty of other emulators since it encourages a touch of graphical enhancement.
Insert the disk into your CD-ROM drive until you get it mounted. Send it a minute or two, and your game is ready to go. Go back to ePSXe and go to ‘File’ and ‘Run CDROM.’
Or, if you don’t have a PS1 disk, you can download loads of third-party online services that might fit, but we do not suggest them.
Some games may perform properly, and some may not. Instead of an official simulator, bear in mind that this is a fan-made project. Don’t have the standards so many.
Or, alternatively, purchase a PS2.
Lastly, if you can’t find a PlayStation Classic on the market, purchasing a PlayStation 2 is another choice.
The PS2 supports backward compatibility, especially for PS1 games. At least you don’t have to sweat and go to a confusing configuration as on the ePSXe Simulator, while it’s not the cheapest choice.
You can always find a decent second-hand PS2 on websites such as eBay or Amazon.