Sony has announced the full lineup of 20 games included with the PlayStation Classic. The full PlayStation Classic games lineup has been announced by Sony. The first five titles \u2013 Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash!, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms \u2013 were revealed when the miniature console was first announced in September, and its far to say that the full roster plugs some obvious gaps, but also leaves a few. New additions include the first Grand Theft Auto, Resident Evil Directors Cut, Mr Driller, and Syphon Filter. We won\u2019t say no to the original Metal Gear Solid, either, although its inclusion highlights our disappointment that the PlayStation Classic doesn\u2019t come bundled with Dual Shock controllers. As for the omissions, there\u2019s no place for the first Tomb Raider, or Silent Hill. And we would have loved for the original\u00a0Wipeout\u00a0to be included, but as we know, music licensing with video games can be a minefield. Here is the full list. PlayStation Classic Lineup \tBattle Arena Toshinden \tCool Boarders 2 \tDestruction Derby \tFinal Fantasy VII \tGrand Theft Auto \tIntelligent Qube \tJumping Flash \tMetal Gear Solid \tMr Driller \tOddworld: Abe\u2019s Oddysee \tRayman \tResident Evil Director\u2019s Cut \tRevelations: Persona \tRidge Racer Type 4 \tSuper Puzzle Fighter II Turbo \tSyphon Filter \tTekken 3 \tTom Clancy\u2019s Rainbow Six \tTwisted Metal \tWild Arms The PlayStation Classic is available to pre-order now, and will be released on December 3, 2018. That being said, here's why you might want to think twice about ordering one. More gaming news from Thumbsticks Visit our new releases section\u00a0for weekly updates on the video games coming to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.