Official Complete History of PlayStation HD

by ray2kidpublished on March 7, 2024

Newly upscaled to HD! G4 presents a look at the history of the original Sony PlayStation.

Although there are some inaccuracies, this is a brilliant piece that portrays the history of the PlayStation.

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www.PlayStationMuseum.com
Preserving the history of PlayStation

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Sony Playstation 1 PSX Reverse Engineering

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Linux for the Playstation 1

PSXLinux

Linux for PlayStation 2

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PSX BIOS (translation)

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fbriere/psx-bios-package

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About: The PlayStation Museum collects, studies, and interprets the hardware, video games, design, and all related materials regarding the history of the original Sony PlayStation game console. The PlayStation Museum is the longest-running active web resource dedicated solely to preserving the history of PlayStation.

On-line web resource Beyond collecting and preserving such materials, the PlayStation Museum is a highly interactive, media-based educational web resource devoted to Sony PlayStation history.

Preserving the history of the games industry Sony forever changed the video gaming landscape with the launch of the PlayStation. Without the support of game developers, the Sony PlayStation brand would not have been the success that it is. The PlayStation Museum strives to recognize the efforts, creative designs, and history of Sony PlayStation game developers.



Through social media channels, the PlayStation Museum promotes current and past developer projects. The PlayStation Museum has garnered support from developers and publishers worldwide with the same goal of preserving the history of PlayStation game development. Developers, former or current, include 989 Studios, Acclaim, Accolade, Activision, Argonaut, Blue Sky, Capcom, CAPS, Electronic Arts, Gray Matter, GT Interactive, Infogrames, Namco, Naughty Dog, Neversoft, Player 1, Psygnosis, Realtime Associates, Runecraft, SCE Worldwide Studios, Sony Interactive Studios America, Squaresoft, Universal Studios Interactive, Viacom New Media, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Visual Concepts, and more. Support the PlayStation Museum with word of mouth The PlayStation Museum relies heavily on word of mouth within the game development community to support the efforts of historical game preservation. If you were a developer of Sony PlayStation games and would like to participate in documenting your experiences with Sony’s machine or know someone who would be interested, please contact the PlayStation Museum today.



The PlayStation Museum works and shares knowledge with the International Center for the History of Electronic Games’ eGameRevolution exhibit. The PlayStation Museum worked closely with the International Center for the History of Electronic Games and the Strong National Museum of Play to display an exhibit dedicated to PlayStation game development with the assistance of former developers from Sony Imagesoft. This exhibit encourages people to learn and understand the history of PlayStation game development. The future The PlayStation Museum seeks to ensure that present and future generations can explore the history of PlayStation, understand how Sony PlayStation began and evolved, appreciate who played what roles in that evolution, and grasp the impact that Sony PlayStation had on society. The PlayStation Museum actively supports the efforts of the Strong National Museum of Play.

Endorsements: “Things move so fast in the game industry that developers are always in danger of forgetting their roots. Thanks to the PlayStation Museum and other indie efforts to preserve our history, new generations of developers can learn from the experience of the ones who came before… and old gamers can enjoy reminiscing, too. Good work, guys.” Ernest Adams, founder of the International Game Developers’ Association

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