If you’ve been a fan of PlayStation for years, then a new book from publisher Geeks-Line may be something for you to look into. The PlayStation Anthology Book is a complete overview of the development and success of Sony’s first home console, the original PlayStation.
While the book includes a number of interviews from key individuals and looks at some of the console’s most popular games, it also offers new information about the PlayStation’s development, as well as a look into canceled games that never released for the console.
Via Press Release from Geeks-Line:
In celebration of a console that brought wonder into the lives of so many, and a brand that reshaped the whole entertainment industry, the authors and Geeks-Line retrace Sony’s incredible journey… Featuring 26 interviews with important figures, from throughout the era, recount their experiences with unabashed honesty, painting a detailed picture of the great venture led by Ken Kutaragi…
The PlayStation Anthology, hardback book, offers a wealth of fascinating facts and insight into the development of the PlayStation console, the people behind the machine, the games, along with the complete collector’s guide to 4500 titles released in every territory…
… The PlayStation Anthology sheds light on the birth of the PlayStation and Sony, the company’s triumph, as well as its shortcomings, strategies, technological advancements and, of course, its fantastical games library. The book includes…
- A Full History of the Machine – From its Genesis, Successes, and Fame, to its Well-Earned Retirement
- Official Games that Were Cancelled
- Official Accessories
- 26 Exclusive Interviews
- Never-Before-Released Information
- The Rarest and Most Sought-After Games
- 458 paged hardback (Collector’s Edition) (Classic Edition 386 pages)
The PlayStation Anthology Book is available now in a classic hardcover edition through Amazon, while a hardcover collector’s edition of the book (with 72 additional pages) can be bought through the Geeks-Line publishing website.
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