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In History
  • Ridge racer

    Ridge racer
    If there was a game capable of convincing players that PlayStation was able to match the recreational experience in quality, it was this Namco racing classic. Its polished 3D graphics and fun skidding mechanics made it an immediate success.
  • Playstation Controller

    Playstation Controller
    The design of the Teiyu Goto PlayStation controller had four upper buttons instead of the two of the traditional controls, which offered developers new possibilities for their games. He was succeeded by the dual analog controller (1997) and, later, the innovative DUALSHOCK (1997).
  • Playstation Link Cable

    Playstation Link Cable
    Before the Internet reached around the world, this cable allowed two players to connect their PlayStation consoles through two televisions to play certain multiplayer games, something quite useful before the network boom.
  • Crash Bandicoot (Naughty Dog, 1996)

    Crash Bandicoot (Naughty Dog, 1996)
    Everyone's favorite marsupial achieved fame and success on PlayStation to the point that its name is associated with the console. Crash became popular just effortlessly, thanks to its colorful graphics, 3D environments and memorable characters.
  • Metal Gear Solid (Konami, 1998)

    Metal Gear Solid (Konami, 1998)
    The game responsible for popularizing the genre of action, adventure and stealth in 3D was the work of director Hideo Kojima, who loaded it with elements that until then had been simply impossible to implement in other formats, from large-scale dubbing to innovative mechanics of game that broke the fourth wall.