The Sony PlayStation celebrated its 20th anniversary this week.
To celebrate, the company is releasing a limited-edition 20th-anniversary PlayStation 4, classically styled to look like the original PlayStation console.
Only 12,300 of these consoles are being produced (because of the Dec. 3 release date — get it?) and they will be available for preorder on Dec. 6. Mashable got a great look at the
In addition to having the famous tri-colored PlayStation logo and classic grey paint job, the DualShock 4 controller and PlayStation Camera are also painted to match 1994’s most-excellent console.
The DualShock 4 controller in particular is a treat The DualShock 4 controller in particular is a treat because it is painted to match the classic PlayStation controller from 1994 (as well as the first DualShock controller from 1998). What’s more, the home button has the original PlayStation logo.
Sony also put an incredible amount of detail on the console to really celebrate every inch of this anniversary.
What a great addition to the history of this amazing console