PlayStation game systems
Released in the USA on September 9, 1995, the Sony Playstation PS1 console began a revolution in the gaming industry. Although conceptually the idea for the Sony Playstation PS1 console was founded as early back as 1988, the actual disk technology behind the inspiration for Sony Playstation games and systems was not reliable enough to support their production. Because there were serious problems relating to the permanence of the disks and the fact that they easily allowed piracy, the Sony Playstation PS1 console was effectively put to one side until the technology became more robust. However, when the time did come for Sony Playstation games and systems to release the PS1 console, the sheer number of games available to buy for the Sony Playstation PS1, only seemed to benefit its success.
Sony Playstation games like Wipeout, Warhawk, and Ridgeracer, appeared to capture the American and International gaming stage by storm. While problems such as console overheating were noted by many of the first customers of the Sony Playstation PS1 console, this did not stop their popularity. After some minor readjustments to the PS1 Console in 1996, sales throughout the world were booming. To continue to meet the demand of their customers, Sony Playstation games and systems were constantly being modified to meet their customers’ specifications and to reduce some of the minor glitches some users were experiencing with the consoles. As the Playstation developed and the glitches were being resolved many users expressed their desire to play the same games that they play online like racing games, arcade games, slot games and card games. That’s when the came out with 007 Racing, The Arcade Party Pack and Las Vegas Casino. These games became extremely popular on PS1 and later on in PS2.