Playsystem (Playstation)

Company: Vonny
Best Audience: Everyone
License Cost: 200K
Development Cost: 60K
Release dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y7 M7 W1  Y8 M8 W1  Y10 M2 W2
Discontinue dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y12 M11 W3  Y14 M11 W2  Y17 M12 W1

The Playsystem is the first console released by Vonny. It is a 32-bit video game console with the first optical drive. The Playsystem is the first console is the Playsystem line, and is superceded by the Playsystem 2, Playsystem 3, Playsystem 4, and Playsystem 5. The real-life equivalent is the PlayStation by Sony.

The Playsystem is the most advanced console of its generation, outselling all of its competitors and dominating the market.

The "Play System" project was originally a joint venture between Ninvento and Vonny. However, a day after the announcement, the project was cancelled.

Industry News Edit

"Today, Vonny has announced their very own console called the Playsystem. Apparently the company has completely reworked their earlier Play System prototype after Ninvento cancelled the project. The new Playsystem comes with a CD-ROM drive and 32-bit processors and is wholly owned by Vonny. Industry professionals say that this might be the beginning of a new generation of consoles. Ninvento declined to comment. The Playsystem will enter the market next month." - Year 7, Month 6, Week 1.

Target Audience Edit

  • Well-fitting: Young (x1)
  • Non-fitting: Everyone (x0.85), Mature (x0.75)

Notes Edit

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The large marketshare of the Playsystem makes it the best console to develop for until the next generation is released.

It is also around this time that sequels become available to research.