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The first PS3 was backward compatible.

 

The first PS3 was backward compatible.


Unfortunately, It was only available on the first version of the PS3 model.

We’re not exactly sure why, but Sony decided it wasn’t worth putting the hardware into later versions of the console to allow people to play PS2 games.

Later models had the option to play PS2 and PS1 games but not game discs — the games had to be bought through the PS Store

own one of the original units from when the console launched or whether you bought a PS3 Super Slim the day before they were discontinued in 2017.

This means that you can play your original Spyro, Metal Gear Solid, and Crash Bandicoot games up on your HDTV or through your projector without any upscalers or special HDMI adapters.

We’re huge fans of the fact that Sony gave a nod to their first home console here. The PS1 remains a legendary icon, and keeping the games alive for new gamers is something that’s clearly important to them.



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