10 Things You Didn't Know Your PS1 Could Do (Sony PlayStation 1)
PS1 – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR OLD SONY PLAYSTATION 1. 10 Things You Had No Idea Your SONY PS1 / Playstation One Could Do. 10 Sony PS1 Secrets and Facts. Playstation Things You Didn’t Know.
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THE HISTORY OF THE PS1. The PS1 may lack in features when compared to modern consoles, but there are many hidden things you never knew the classic Sony device could do.
This is TheGamer’s list of 10 Things You Didn’t Know Your PS1 Could Do.
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The release of the PS1 completely changed home gaming consoles, incited the console wars and made Sony a major player in the video game industry. Even though the PS1 seems really outdated compared to today’s standards, the console was capable of doing a lot more than gamers at the time realized. Look back on the console and learn all the surprising things the PS1 could do!
When the PS1 slim was introduced, the console improved on more than just it’s size. A connection allowed people to use their cell phones and even browse the internet. Long before games like Skylanders and LEGO Dimensions, the PS1 had a game where players would build models and see them come to life in video game form. Long before the PSP or Vita was the Pockstation, a PS1 portable device with small games and personal organizer tools. A special Transformer PS1 could transform from a gaming console into Optimus Prime. A special release of the PS1 allowed players to turn into their own video game developers and create all types of different titles. Instead of purchasing a memory card, games could be expanded onto a cheaper form of media known as the floppy disc. Playing multiplayer games was made a lot easier with the special PS1 link cable. Nintendo and Sony may have had a falling out, but a third-party company made it possible to play Game Boy games right on the PS1. The PS2 introduced the ability to play DVDs, but there was a special PS1 model made specifically for streaming movies on a different type of media format. Watch to see all the things you didn’t know your PS1 could do!
Script by: Alan Donahue
Voice Over by: Michael Neeb
Edited by: Kyle West