Sony PlayStation Nintendo Super NES CD-ROM
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The only known working Super NES CD-ROM system recently sold for over $350,000 USD, and it would be impossible to get your hands on one even if money wasn’t an issue. One gamer sought out his own solution by combining a Sony PlayStation and SNES system into one. The result is something that resembles the real thing, but with a few obvious differences, like the CD-ROM drive. Read more for a video of it in-action and additional information.

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📀 Super Famicom CD-ROM 구동방법입니다. 간단하죠.😄👍 Simple work👍 🙆‍♂️Special Thanks to Korean No.1 Retro game Technician : @solvalou_works Korean No.1 Plamodeler: @gcollectus ♊️ #슈퍼패미콤CD롬 #닌텐도플레이스테이션 #플스 #플레이스테이션 #닌텐도 #슈퍼패미콤 #superfamicomcdrom #nintendoplaystation #ps #playstation #nintendo #snes ✡️ #게임 #레트로게임 #추억의게임 #게임스타그램 #ninstagram #retrogamer #retrocollective #collection #retrogaming #videogames #retrogames #games #ニンテンドー #セガ #レトロゲーム #ゲーム

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The original SNES-CD platform was developed in a short-lived partnership between Nintendo and Sony, with the goal to release an add-on for the standard SNES, as well as a hybrid console by Sony called the PlayStation. However, another artnership with Philips yielded a few Nintendo-themed games for the CD-i platform instead of the SNES-CD. Sony decided to go their own way and continue developing a stand-alone console, which ended up inheriting the PlayStation name.

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