You probably don’t want to be playing the game, but it’s hard to avoid.
If you’ve ever been tempted to buy it for the sheer joy of playing it on a big screen, you’re in luck.
You can buy the game from Steam for $19.99 (€16.99) and the PlayStation Store for $14.99.
If that’s a bit steep, you can get it from the PlayStation Network, which is another great option.
There are a few reasons you might want to pick up a PC version of a classic game.
You’ll be getting a new game every month.
And if you want a bigger screen, the game is more visually appealing.
The game itself is very similar to its original NES and SNES incarnations.
There are also some extra features that aren’t available in the PS1 and PS2 versions.
The only problem is, there’s a ton of games that have been ported to PC, but they’re only available for a limited time.
You can download the PC version from the official site or directly from the developer’s Steam page.
If your PC is powerful enough, you’ll be able to play games such as World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and Diablo II on the gamepad, which can be a bit of a hassle if you’re playing on a high-end PC.
If the game requires a mouse and keyboard, the developers say it can also be configured for touch input, but that’s not yet an option.