On February 13, the world's only Nintendo Playstation prototype that can operate normally began to bid on the Internet, starting at $30000. The deadline for the auction is March 5. Just a day later, the bidding price has risen to $310000.
When it comes to Playstation, many people think of Sony. In fact, in the early 1990s, Nintendo was the absolute overlord of the game industry, while Sony was an appliance company. At that time, Sony wanted to promote its own CD-ROM, so it went to Nintendo, hoping that the latter would use CD-ROM as the game carrier in the next generation of games, so the two sides began to cooperate to develop Playstation game consoles.
But in the late stage of the cooperation, Nintendo decided to return to the card belt in order to get more dominance. Disappointed Sony had to set up a new stove to independently promote the Playstation project. It's hard to predict. At that time, even Sony didn't expect to achieve what it has achieved in the field of games.
However, despite the suspension of cooperation with Sony, Nintendo still built 200 Playstation prototypes. Besides the one being auctioned, other machines have already been destroyed.
The Nintendo Playstation is part of a pair of father and son, nicknamed Terry and Dan Diebold, who are said to have found it in an old loft in Colorado. Surprisingly, the game machine, which is nearly 30 years old, still works.