Looks like the first PS was going to use cartridges instead of CDs.
A few new shots and images from the first PlayStation prototype were shown today. Yes, is that time after Sony and Nintendo were going to work together to make a new CD addon for the SNES.
New images from the PlayStation, the first Sony machine at early stages, were shown today.
We can see a few different models and versions, including its gamepad. An interesting shot shows that, on an early version, the system was going to use game cartridges and it looked a lot like the SNES.
Yes, we all remember that Sony and Nintendo started a collaboration in order to create a CD addon for the SNES, but that didn't end so well and Sony decided to make their own console (the PlayStation).
The first PS console was launched on December 03, 1994 in Japan, and was launched on the rest of the world in 1995.
You can check the rest of the images in the link below, and in our forums. - There is total of 28 pages of history!
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NEWS SOURCE: Making of: Playstation (via) Reddit