Nintendo proved that nostalgia is a powerful force when it released the NES Classic in 2016. Gamers have had a hard time getting their hands on the mini console since its debut, with limited releases appearing in stores with little warning and clearing out just as quickly. Now, Sony is taking a page from Nintendo's book with a retro re-release of its own. This holiday season, the media giant will release the PlayStation Classic, a smaller version of the original PlayStation that comes pre-loaded with 20 games, Polygon reports.

As is the case with the NES Classic, there's no need to pop game cartridges into the new PlayStation console. The PlayStation Classic comes with what you need to get started: two controllers, a HDMI cord for video and audio input, and a micro-USB for power. Once the system has been set up, use the power button on the console to hop from game to game and press the reset button to pause. All your data is saved to a virtual memory card.

Though there will be a total of 20 titles built in to the console, only five have been confirmed so far. Players will be able to play such classics as Final Fantasy 7, Jumping Flash, R4: Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms, all playable in the format fans remember from the 1990s.

The PlayStation Classic will sell for $99 when it makes its worldwide debut on December 3—the 24th anniversary of the launch of the original PlayStation. The release date also makes it a great gift for the holidays—whether you're shopping for loved ones or yourself.

[h/t Polygon]