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Tech Enthusiast Repairs Nintendo PlayStation Prototype and Gets It to Work

May 6, 2017
Written by Zarmena Khan

Back in 2015, someone detected a rare Nintendo PlayStation console in a box of things belonging to his father. Dan Diebold’s find immediately held courtesy and stirred Shuhei Yoshida to reveal that he indeed played games on a console – usually 200 of that were ever manufactured.

Fast brazen to 2016 when engineer and tech enthusiast, Ben Heck, was handed a console to take it detached and see if he can get it to work again. Yesterday, he suggested in a new part of The Ben Heck Show (embedded above) that it’s finally working.

Homebrew diversion developers have been attempting to emanate games for a console given reckoning its specifications out, and they seem work on a appurtenance despite not perfectly.

“No one has indeed done games for a Nintendo-Playstation prototype,” says Heck who was successfully means to run Super Boss Gaiden that was automatic for an emulator.

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Article source: http://www.playstationlifestyle.net/2017/05/06/nintendo-playstation-prototype-working/

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