The Kotaku publication shows that it is too easy to banish Playstation Classic, the new nostalgia that seeks to restore the experience of Sony's first console.
The site contacted a hacker named yifanlu who explained that "really there is no certainty"This prevents modifying the mini console.
He also stated the following:
- The 20 video games included in Playstation Classic are in standard ISO format
- There are no additional fixes to be able to replace the files or redirect your load to another party, such as a USB stick
Currently, hackers have been able to load USB memory games, including Crash Bandicoot 1 and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, which replace only existing files. They also found that to add more than 20 video games, they will have to make some improvements in their hacker process.
Keep in mind that he is currently developing a program called BlemSync, which will seek to be equivalent to Hakchi, the software used to install Roma video games in NES or SNES Classics.