As for the price, Sony said the PlayStation Classic will set you back $99, which is a whopping $20 more than Nintendo's SNES Classic Edition for about the same number of games (the SNES Classic comes with 21). Speaking of the pre-loaded games, the company has only revealed five of the 20 titles so far: Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms. It plans to announce the full lineup of games via its blog in the coming weeks.
Although it's probably a bit early to speculate about what availability will be like, Sony will hopefully provide a better supply of the devices than Nintendo has with its retro consoles. The company said retailers in the United States and Canada will offer pre-orders for the PlayStation Classic, which is promising. Keep your eyes peeled for info on that.