But the few additional features in the Super Slim don’t warrant a new purchase for those with older PS3s.
And since any PS3 allows for simple hard drive upgrades, it’s much cheaper to buy a new drive than buying a whole new console if you want more space.
The PSX fully supports both Play Station and Play Station 2 software by its slot-loading DVD drive, as the onboard EE GS chip is a unification of the PS2's Emotion Engine and Graphics Synthesizer chips.
Online game compatibility is available using the broadband connection; Games that use the PS2 HDD (such as Final Fantasy XI) are supported as well.
Once you obtain all bronze, silver, and gold Trophies, you earn a platinum. This is divided into common, uncommon, rare, very rare, and ultra rare, a scale similar to the one found on PSN Profiles. There is a very simple concept for Trophy levels: each bronze Trophy nets you 15 points, a silver gives you 30, a gold 90, and a mighty platinum gives you a massive 180 points. Here is an example: After that, the Trophy level rises by 2000 for each level till level 12 at 16000 points.
Trophy rarity is not static or decided by the developers. Trophies that people who have the game rarely get will be rare, and if a lot of people suddenly get that trophy, the rarity will change accordingly. At level 13 it goes to 24000 and it increases by 8000 with each succeeding level.
Despite its disappointing lack of online play, Cars is also a game that’s best enjoyed with up to three friends.
There are better racing games available, but none quite like this one.
A single PS membership applies across the PS Vita, PS3, and PS4 consoles.
The biggest difference between the Super Slim and previous PS3 models is the power supply (PSU, or power supply unit).
The 190W PSU uses half the power of the original PS3, which besides being one of the largest game consoles in history also has a massive 380W PSU.
This Wiki page has been created in order to help anyone who is interested.
Up to today, Play Station gamers have a chance to earn Trophies, but what are Trophies?