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Trailer for The PlayStation Revolution, a new doc telling us the story of how gaming changed forever…

From bedrooms to billions…

Released on 7th September, new documentary The PlayStation Revolution, from critically acclaimed filmmakers Anthony and Nicola Caulfield, is set up to offer us all a remarkable never-before-seen look at the iconic origins of Sony PlayStation and it couldn’t come at a better time!

I remember the first PlayStation coming out and while it took me a while to pick one up, things were expensive back then, it’s clear how much it changed everything, so this would be pretty interesting to see how quickly things changed! I clearly remember being captivated by the likes of Metal Gear Solid, Crash Bandicoot, Tomb Raider, Gran Turismo, and Resident Evil.

The documentary promises to take us through the history with world renowned industry icons – including Hideo Kojima, Mark Cerny, Jim Ryan and many more – to tell the untold story of how the PlayStation revolutionised video gaming forever. With the 25th Anniversary of both the US and UK launch of the PlayStation in September, this is perfect timing for all gaming, film fans and pop culture enthusiasts alike.

Check out the trailer now and let us know what you think in the comments below!

From Bedrooms to Billions: The PlayStation Revolution tells us it’ll be the definitive story of how PlayStation took gaming to the next level: from the iconic T-Rex demo to the cultural behemoth that it is today.

It’s coming to the following platforms on 7th September:
TVOD platforms: iTunes, Amazon, Sky Box Office and Vimeo
Physical platforms: DVD and Blu-ray

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