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Sony celebrates 25 years of the PlayStation, a series of celebrations

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On December 3, 1994 the first PlayStation came out in Japan, the console Sony is celebrating today his twenty-fifth birthday. Yesterday Jim Ryan has posted a message in honor of this occasion, but the celebrations will continue over the next few days.

Join us all week at the PS Blog and on our social channels for a series of celebrations” is what it says on the PlayStation Blog USA, which seems to have a series of post (and probably video) of the celebrations to celebrate this important anniversary. A week full of PlayStation with the goal of making the honor one of the console’s most important in the history of video games, able to change and shape the pop culture world.

We’ll know certainly more in the coming hours and in the next few days, today Sony held the PlayStation Awards 2019 in Japan, an event designed to reward the best-selling games of the year, who knows that they can’t get the ads is surprised by this show.

The first PlayStation was released the December 3, 1994 in Japan (the same release date of the PlayStation Classic, not the case) and then in the autumn of 1995 in Europe and North America, enjoying considerable success and dominating the second half of the 90s, surpassing the performance of commercial rivals the SEGA Saturn and the Nintendo 64. Best Wishes To You, PlayStation!

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