For sale is a fully tested and functional Sony PlayStation 1 (PS1) console, used, in good condition. Included in the package is the console, Gran Turismo, Gran Turismo 2, 1 controller, the power cable, and a video cable. It may have signs of usage or fine scratches, but this does not affect its functionality. Upgrade to include your choice of games, an additional controller or a memory card!
The best-selling PS1 title, Gran Turismo was the most complex racing game of its time. It features an astonishing 140 cars and 11 race tracks, Arcade and Simulation modes. In the Arcade mode you can choose your car and track, unlocking more as you win ...
GRAN TURISMO 2The second game in the Gran Turismo series brings forth a whopping 650 vehicles and 27 playable tracks. The mechanics are similar to the first game, with an Arcade Mode allowing you to freely choose the vehicle you wish to play and Simulation Mode which will have you earn driver’s licenses and pay the vehicle with money won in previous races. The gigantic amount of content packed in this game makes it must-have for any racing enthusiast.
PLAYSTATION 1 – FEATURES
One of the most successful systems of all times, the PlayStation One not only marked Sony’s entry into the video game industry, but also broke the sales record of the time, with over 100 million units sold.
With a clock speed of 33.86MHz and a graphics chip integrated into its processor, the Playstation 1 brought gaming to a whole new level. Both 2D and 3D games run fast and smooth with high video quality.
VASTLY LARGER GAMES
With games coming on CD, both video and sound quality increased dramatically. The high space on the discs also pushed for far more complex games than what was available on the competing systems.
PLAYSTATION 1 – THE GAMES
There are over 3000 games available for the PS1, the console has the most expansive library for its generation. You’re guaranteed to find something you’ll love in this huge collection of first-party, third party and even homebrew games.
One of the most iconic titles in game history, Crash Bandicoot is a fun platformer, placing you in the skin of the eponymous character, on a mission to rescue his beloved Tawna from the claws of the evil Dr. Neo Cortex. The game features beautiful graphics, with a high emphasis on character appearance and emotions.
This action-adventure title has you play as Lara Croft, an archaeologist hired to find an artifact called the Scion of Atlantis. On your quest you will be tasked with clearing complex areas, solving puzzles and battling enemies. The game received high appraisal for its detailed graphics, captivating story and engaging gameplay and went on to spawn one of the most acclaimed series in video game history.
METAL GEAR SOLID
A pioneer of the stealth genre, Metal Gear Solid has you play as Solid Snake, a special forces operative tasked with neutralizing a nuclear threat posed by FOXHOUND, a renegade special terrorist unit. You will be navigating through a nuclear facility trying to avoid being detected by guards through a variety of means, including crawling, ducking, taking cover and deploying the famous box method. If you manage to finish the game, you can unlock a special survival mission which will task you with finishing ten stages under a seven-minute time limit for additional fun!
SPYRO THE DRAGON
In this acclaimed platformer you will be playing as Spyro, a dragon on a quest to save the five Homeworlds from the evil Gnasty Gnorc. The game is easy to play and features fun, family-friendly graphics, making it a great fit for gamers of all ages!
FINAL FANTASY VII
This highly acclaimed JRPG follows Cloud Strife, a mercenary who joins an eco-terrorist organization to stop a world-controlling megacorporation from using the planet’s life essence as an energy source. The game is a staple of the series and is the first Final Fantasy title to use full motion video and 3D computer graphics, superimposing 3D character models over 2D pre-rendered backgrounds.
SONY PLAYSTATION 1 – FUN FACTS
- The PlayStation was initially planned to be a CD add-on to the Super Nintendo, but after a falling out with Nitnendo, Sony decided to make their own system.
- 102 million consoles were sold before the PS1 was discontinued in 2004!
- The console even outperforms high-end CD players costing thousands of dollars!
- The original PS1 discs have a black base. But there was no special value or feature to the black base of the disc.