We’re not all about the virtual and online here. There will always be real value in the real printed word. So, we’re delighted to find out that the printed word has seamlessly merged with our favourite topic, video games in a new book from Geeks-Line called Playstation Anthology.
As the fairly obvious title suggests, the anthology follows Sony’s fantastic journey and celebrates a console that has brought wonder into the lives of so many, and a brand that reshaped the entertainment industry over four decades. 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.
Starting all the way back after World War 2, we follow the creation of the company to the Playstation‘s retirement in the first years of the 21st century. And to fully appreciate the scale of the PlayStation phenomenon, readers will be given an insight in its genesis, the context in which it was developed, and understand the commercial and marketing power of Sony itself.
The Playstation Anthology features interviews from over 25 people important to the story of Playstation, where they speak honestly about their experiences with Ken Kutaragi’s iconic console.
Splash a bit more cash on the Collector’s Edition, and you can get the complete collector’s guide to all 4,500 titles released in every territory. Perfect for the avid collector who wants every PS1 game in their collection.
• 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)
If you want to get hold of a copy of the, follow the territory specific links here…
Amazon UK- PlayStation Anthology – Classic Edition – Price : £34.90
The Collectors Edition of the PlayStation Anthology Book (with 72 additional pages) is available on the Geeeksline-publishing.com: