Nintendo has been doing pretty well capitalising on whole nostalgia train lately with its mini NES and SNES, and now Sony's refusing to rule out the possibility of following in the same footsteps with a PlayStation Classic Edition.

Speaking to Mantan Web during a meeting in Japan earlier this week, the executive didn't commit to anything specific, though did say that the company is 'always digging up past assets' and that there 'have been discussions happening (within the company) on what kind of ways are there.'

Despite the seemingly positive comments, it's worth noting that Kodera didn't outright confirm that a PlayStation Classic Edition is in the works. 

Still, what could a PlayStation Classic Edition have? With such a diverse range of software available, you'd have to consider the top pics from each genre. So, think Final Fantasy VII, Resident Evil 2, Twisted Metal, Metal Gear Solid, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Tekken 3, Tomb Raider, Gran Turismo, and...well, you get the point.

Sony recently suggested that it may not be giving up on the portable gaming market.

Carry on the conversation on the VideoGamer forums!