From the pages of the PlayStation Blog the stars and stripes, the president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jim Ryan, celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the launch of the PlayStation 1 in Japan by publishing an open letter addressed to all fans of the Black Monolith.
“On the 3rd of December 1994 – 25 years ago this week – the first PlayStation made its world debut in Japan”, reminds us of the boss of SIE to make his debut in his message, and remind us that “starting from the humble beginnings of a start-up from internal to Sony, Ken Kutaragi and his team have been able to realize a vision that has helped to elevate video games as a form of entertainment that everyone could enjoy, in addition, created a platform that allowed developers to express their creativity. On the day of launch in Japan have been sold 100.00 PlayStation 1, a number that continued to grow exponentially over the course of years to exceed 100 million units sold around the world, becoming the first home console to reach such a result.”
In his open letter, Jim Ryan then tries to pluck the strings of nostalgia of millions of fans all over the world reminding them of the commitment to establish a strong relationship with its community through theopening of the divisions SIE in territories such as North America and Europe, but also with the consolidation and the support of the reality of the development of the internal form of the current galaxy of subsidiaries of Sony Worldwide Studios, as evidenced by the recent appointment of Hermen Hulst of Guerrilla as the main responsible for. At the bottom of the news you can find the link from which you can read in its entirety the message of Jim Ryan, who is celebrating the 25 years of PlayStation.