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PlayStation 2 (PS2) is a home video game console that was developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is the successor to the original PlayStation console

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"PS2" redirects here. For the lineup of IBM computers, see IBM Personal System/2. For the port itself, see PS/2 port. For other uses, see PS2 (disambiguation).

PlayStation 2Left: Original PlayStation 2, with vertical stand
Right: Slimline PlayStation 2, with vertical stand, 8 MB memory card and DualShock 2 controllerAlso known asPS2DeveloperSony Computer EntertainmentManufacturerSonyProduct familyPlayStationTypeHome video game consoleGenerationSixth generationRelease datePlayStation 2
  • JP: March 4, 2000
  • NA: October 26, 2000
  • EU: November 24, 2000
  • AU: November 30, 2000
PlayStation 2 Slimline
  • EU: October 29, 2004
  • JP: November 3, 2004
  • NA: November 25, 2004
  • AU: December 2, 2004
Lifespan2000–2013Discontinued
  • JP: December 28, 2012[1]
  • WW: January 4, 2013[2]
Units sold155 million (as of January 4, 2013)[3][4]MediaDVD, CDCPU"Emotion Engine"[5][6] @ 300 MHz[5]Memory32 MB of RDRAM (system RAM)[7]
4 MB of eDRAM (video RAM)[8][9]Storage40 GB hard drive (add-on)Removable storage
  • 8 MB PlayStation 2 memory card
  • 128 KB PlayStation memory card
Display Video output formats Graphics150 MHz "Graphics Synthesizer"[5]SoundDolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1Controller inputDualShock 2, DualShock, PlayStation Controller, EyeToy, PlayStation 2 DVD Remote ControlConnectivity100 Mbit Ethernet/modem (requires adapter on SCPH-10000-500xx models), 2 × USB 1.1, 1 × IEEE 1394 interfaceOnline servicesPS2 OnlineBest-selling gameGrand Theft Auto: San Andreas: 17.33 million sold (as of February 2009)[10]Backward
compatibilityPlayStationPredecessorPlayStationSuccessorPlayStation 3

The PlayStation 2 (PS2) is a home video game console that was developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is the successor to the original PlayStation console and is the second iteration in the PlayStation lineup of consoles. It was released in 2000 and competed with Sega's Dreamcast, Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox in the sixth generation of video game consoles.

Announced in 1999, the PlayStation 2 offered backwards compatibility for its predecessor's DualShock controller, as well as for its games. The PlayStation 2 is the best-selling video game console of all time, selling over 155 million units, with 150 million confirmed by Sony in 2011.[11] More than 3,874 game titles have been released for the PS2 since launch, and more than 1.5 billion copies have been sold.[12] Sony later manufactured several smaller, lighter revisions of the console known as Slimline models in 2004. In 2006, Sony announced and launched its successor, the PlayStation 3.

Even with the release of its successor, the PlayStation 2 remained popular well into the seventh generation and continued to be produced until January 4, 2013, when Sony finally announced that the PlayStation 2 had been discontinued after 12 years of production – one of the longest runs for a video game console. Despite the announcement, new games for the console continued to be produced until the end of 2013, including Final Fantasy XI: Seekers of Adoulin for Japan, FIFA 13 for North America, and Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 for Europe. Repair services for the system in Japan ended on September 7, 2018.

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Hardware
    • 2.1 Audio/video
    • 2.2 Retail configurations
    • 2.3 Disc Read Error (DRE) lawsuit
  • 3 Games
  • 4 Online functionality
  • 5 Reception
    • 5.1 Sales
  • 6 Accessories
    • 6.1 General
    • 6.2 Music
    • 6.3 Controllers
    • 6.4 Mouse and Keyboard
  • 7 Homebrew development
  • 8 See also
  • 9 References
History

Though Sony has kept details of the PlayStation 2's development secret, work on the console began around the time that the original PlayStation was released (in late 1994).[13] Insiders stated that it was developed in the U.S. West Coast by former members of Argonaut Software.[14] By 1997 word had leaked to the press that the console would have backwards compatibility with the original PlayStation, a built-in DVD player, and Internet connectivity.[14][15] Sony announced the PlayStation 2 (PS2) on March 1, 1999. The video game console was positioned as a competitor to Sega's Dreamcast, the first sixth-generation console to be released, although ultimately the main rivals of the PS2 were Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox.[16][17] The Dreamcast itself launched very successfully in North America later that year, selling over 500,000 units within two weeks.[18]

Soon after the Dreamcast's North American launch, Sony unveiled the PlayStation 2 at the Tokyo Game Show on September 20, 1999.[19] Sony showed fully playable demos of upcoming PlayStation 2 games including Gran Turismo 2000 (later released as Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec) and Tekken Tag Tournament – which showed the console's graphic abilities and power.[20]

The PS2 was launched in March 2000 in Japan, October in North America, and November in Europe. Sales of the console, games and accessories pulled in $250 million on the first day, beating the $97 million made on the first day of the Dreamcast.[21] Directly after its release, it was difficult to find PS2 units on retailer shelves[22] due to manufacturing delays.[23] Another option was purchasing the console online through auction websites such as eBay, where people paid over a thousand dollars for the console.[24] The PS2 initially sold well partly on the basis of the strength of the PlayStation brand and the console's backward compatibility, selling over 980,000 units in Japan by March 5, 2000, one day after launch.[25] This allowed the PS2 to tap the large install base established by the PlayStation – another major selling point over the competition. Later, Sony added new development kits for game developers and more PS2 units for consumers. The PS2's built-in functionality also expanded its audience beyond the gamer,[2] as its debut pricing was the same or less than a standalone DVD player. This made the console a low cost entry into the home theater market.[26]

The success of the PS2 at the end of 2000 caused Sega problems both financially and competitively, and Sega announced the discontinuation of the Dreamcast in March 2001, just 18 months after its successful launch. The PS2 remained as the only active sixth generation console for over 6 months, before it would face competition from newer rivals; Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox, which were then released. Many analysts predicted a close three-way matchup among the three consoles; the Xbox having the most powerful hardware, while the GameCube was the least expensive console, and Nintendo changed its policy to encourage third-party developers. While the PlayStation 2 theoretically had the weakest specification of the three, it had a head start due to its installed base plus strong developer commitment, as well as a built-in DVD player (the Xbox required an adapter, while the GameCube lacked support entirely).[27] While the PlayStation 2's initial games lineup was considered mediocre, this changed during the 2001 holiday season with the release of several blockbuster games that maintained the PS2's sales momentum and held off its newer rivals. Sony also countered the Xbox by temporarily securing PlayStation 2 exclusives for highly anticipated games such as the Grand Theft Auto series and Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.[28]

Sony cut the price of the console in May 2002 from US$299 to $199 in North America,[29] making it the same price as the GameCube and $100 less than the Xbox. It also planned to cut the price in Japan around that time.[30] It cut the price twice in Japan in 2003.[31] In 2006, Sony cut the cost of the console in anticipation of the release of the PlayStation 3.[31]

Sony, unlike Sega with its Dreamcast, originally placed little emphasis on online gaming during its first few years, although that changed upon the launch of the online-capable Xbox. Coinciding with the release of Xbox Live, Sony released the PlayStation Network Adapter in late 2002, with several online first–party titles released alongside it, such as SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs to demonstrate its active support for Internet play.[citation needed] Sony also advertised heavily, and its online model had the support of Electronic Arts (EA); EA did not offer online Xbox titles until 2004. Although Sony and Nintendo both started out late, and although both followed a decentralized model of online gaming where the responsibility is up to the developer to provide the servers, Sony's moves made online gaming a major selling point of the PS2.

In September 2004, in time for the launch of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Sony revealed a newer, slimmer PS2. In preparation for the launch of the new models (SCPH-700xx-9000x), Sony stopped making the older models (SCPH-3000x-500xx) to let the distribution channel empty its stock of the units.[citation needed] After an apparent manufacturing issue – Sony reportedly underestimated demand – caused some initial slowdown in producing the new unit caused in part by shortages between the time the old units were cleared out and the new units were ready. The issue was compounded in Britain when a Russian oil tanker became stuck in the Suez Canal, blocking a ship from China carrying PS2s bound for the UK. During one week in November, British sales totalled 6,000 units – compared to 70,000 units a few weeks prior.[32] There were shortages in more than 1,700 stores in North America on the day before Christmas.[33]

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PlayStation 2 software is distributed on CD-ROM and DVD-ROM. In addition the console can play audio CDs and DVD movies, and is backwards compatible with PlayStation games. The PS2 also supports PlayStation memory cards and controllers, although original PlayStation memory cards only work with original PlayStation games and the controllers may not support all functions (such as analog buttons) for PS2 games.

The standard PlayStation 2 memory card has an 8 MB capacity. There are a variety of non-Sony manufactured memory cards available for the PlayStation 2, allowing for a memory capacity larger than the standard 8 MB.

The console also features USB and IEEE 1394 (Firewire) expansion ports. A hard disk drive can be installed in an expansion bay on the back of the console, and is required to play certain games, notably the popular Final Fantasy XI.[34] This is only available on certain models.

The hardware uses the Emotion Engine CPU, a custom-designed processor based on the MIPS architecture with a floating point performance of 6.2 GFLOPS, and the custom-designed Graphics Synthesizer GPU, with a fillrate of 2.4 gigapixels/second, capable of rendering up to 75 million polygons per second.[35] When accounting for features such as lighting, texture mapping, artificial intelligence, and game physics, it has a real-world performance of 3 million to 16 million polygons per second.[35][36]

Audio/video

The PlayStation 2 may natively output video resolutions on SDTV and HDTV from 480i to 480p while other games, such as Gran Turismo 4 and Tourist Trophy are known to support up-scaled 1080i resolution[37] using any of the following standards: composite video (480i), S-Video (480i), RGB (480i/p), VGA (for progressive scan games and PS2 Linux only), YPBPR component video (which display most original PlayStation games in their native 240p mode which most HDTV sets do not support), and D-Terminal. Cables are available for all of these signal types; these cables also output analog stereo audio. Additionally, an RF modulator is available for the system to connect to older TVs.

Digital (S/PDIF) audio may also be output by the console via its TOSLINK connector which outputs 5.1 channel sound.

Retail configurations Main article: PlayStation 2 retail configurations The PS2's controller, the DualShock 2, had the same form factor as the PlayStation DualShock.

The PS2 has undergone many revisions, some only of internal construction and others involving substantial external changes.

The PS2 is primarily differentiated between models featuring the original "fat" case design and "slimline" models, which were introduced at the end of 2004. In 2010, the Sony Bravia KDL-22PX300 was made available to consumers. It was a 22" HD-Ready television which incorporated a built-in PlayStation 2.

The PS2 standard color is matte black. Several variations in color were produced in different quantities and regions, including ceramic white, light yellow, metallic blue (aqua), metallic silver, navy (star blue), opaque blue (astral blue), opaque black (midnight black), pearl white, sakura purple, satin gold, satin silver, snow white, super red, transparent blue (ocean blue), and also Limited Edition color Pink, which was distributed in some regions such as Oceania, and parts of Asia.[38][39][40]

In September 2004, Sony unveiled its third major hardware revision. Available in late October 2004, it was smaller, thinner, and quieter than the original versions and included a built-in Ethernet port (in some markets it also had an integrated modem). Due to its thinner profile, it did not contain the 3.5" expansion bay and therefore did not support the internal hard disk drive. It also lacked an internal power supply until a later revision (excluding the Japan version), similar to the GameCube, and had a modified Multitap expansion. The removal of the expansion bay was criticized as a limitation due to the existence of titles such as Final Fantasy XI, which required the use of the HDD.

Sony also manufactured a consumer device called the PSX that can be used as a digital video recorder and DVD burner in addition to playing PS2 games. The device was released in Japan on December 13, 2003, and was the first Sony product to include the XrossMediaBar interface. It did not sell well in the Japanese market and was not released anywhere else.

Disc Read Error (DRE) lawsuit

A class action lawsuit was filed against Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. on July 16, 2002, in the Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo. The lawsuit addresses consumer reports of inappropriate "no disc error" (disc read error) messages and other problems associated with playing DVDs and CDs on the PlayStation 2.

Sony settled its "disc read error" lawsuit by compensating the affected customers with US$25, a free game from a specified list, and the reduced cost repair or replacement (at SCEA's discretion) of the damaged system. This settlement was subject to the courts' approval, and hearings began in the US and Canada on April 28, 2006, and May 11, 2006, respectively.[41]

Games See also: List of PlayStation 2 games, List of best-selling PlayStation 2 video games, and List of PlayStation games incompatible with PlayStation 2

PlayStation 2 software is distributed on CD-ROM and DVD-ROM; the two formats are differentiated by the color of their discs' bottoms, with CD-ROMs being blue and DVD-ROMs being silver. The PlayStation 2 offered some particularly high-profile exclusive games. Most main entries in the Grand Theft Auto, Final Fantasy, and Metal Gear Solid series were released exclusively for the console. Several prolific series got their start on the PlayStation 2, including God of War, Ratchet & Clank, Jak and Daxter, Devil May Cry, Kingdom Hearts, and Sly Cooper. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was the best-selling game on the console.

Game releases peaked in 2004, but declined with the release of the PlayStation 3 in 2006. The last new game for the console in Asia is Final Fantasy XI: Seekers of Adoulin, in North America is FIFA 13, and in Europe is Pro Evolution Soccer 2014. As of June 30, 2007, a total of 10,035 software titles have been released worldwide (counting games released in multiple regions as separate titles).[42]

Online functionality Main article: PlayStation 2 online functionality See also: List of PlayStation 2 online games Slim model with network adapter.

PlayStation 2 users had the option to play select games over the Internet, using a broadband Internet connection and a PlayStation 2 Network Adaptor. Instead of having a unified, subscription-based online service like Xbox Live as competitor Microsoft later chose for its Xbox console, online multiplayer functionality on the PlayStation 2 was the responsibility of the game publisher and ran on third-party servers. Most recent[when?] PlayStation 2 online games have been developed to exclusively support broadband Internet access. Xbox Live similarly requires a broadband Internet connection.

Reception Sales Main article: PlayStation 2 sales

The PlayStation 2 has sold over 150 million units worldwide as of March 31, 2012.[3][4] In Europe, it has sold 48 million units as of May 6, 2008, according to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe,[43] while in North America, it has sold 50 million units as of December 2008.[44] In Japan, the PS2 has sold 21,454,325 units as of October 1, 2008, according to Famitsu/Enterbrain.[45] In 2005, the PlayStation 2 became the fastest game console to reach 100 million units shipped, accomplishing the feat within 5 years and 9 months from its launch.

Accessories Main article: PlayStation 2 accessories The EyeToy – a motion detecting camera

The PlayStation 2's DualShock 2 controller is largely identical to the PlayStation's DualShock, with the same basic functionality. However, it includes analog pressure sensitivity on the face, shoulder and D-pad buttons, replacing the digital buttons of the original.[46] (These buttons would later become digital again with the release of the DualShock 4.[47]) Like its predecessor, the DualShock 2 controller has force feedback, or "vibration" functionality. It is lighter and includes two more levels of vibration.

The PlayStation 2 DVD remote control General The PlayStation 2 memory card

Optional hardware includes additional DualShock or DualShock 2 controllers, a PS2 DVD remote control, an internal or external hard disk drive (HDD), a network adapter, horizontal and vertical stands, PlayStation or PS2 memory cards, the multitap for PlayStation or PS2, a USB motion camera (EyeToy), a USB keyboard and mouse, and a headset.

The original PS2 multitap (SCPH-10090) cannot be plugged into the newer slim models, as the multitap connects to the memory card slot as well as the controller slot and the memory card slot on the slimline is shallower. New slim-design multitaps (SCPH-70120) were manufactured for these models, however third-party adapters also exist to permit original multitaps to be used.

Early versions of the PS2 could be networked via an i.LINK port, though this had little game support and was dropped. Some third party manufacturers have created devices that allow disabled people to access the PS2 through ordinary switches, etc.

Some third-party companies, such as JoyTech, have produced LCD monitor and speaker attachments for the PS2, which attach to the back of the console. These allow users to play games without access to a television as long as there is access to mains electricity or a similar power source. These screens can fold down onto the PS2 in a similar fashion to laptop screens.

Music SingStar microphones

There are many accessories for musical games, such as dance pads for Dance Dance Revolution, In the Groove, and Pump It Up titles and High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dance. Konami microphones for use with the Karaoke Revolution games, dual microphones (sold with and used exclusively for SingStar games), various "guitar" controllers (for the Guitar Freaks series and Guitar Hero series), the drum set controller (sold in a box set (or by itself) with a "guitar" controller and a USB microphone (for use with Rock Band and Guitar Hero series, World Tour and newer), and a taiko drum controller for Taiko: Drum Master.

Controllers

Specialized controllers include light guns (GunCon), fishing rod and reel controllers, a Dragon Quest VIII "slime" controller, a Final Fantasy X-2 "Tiny Bee" dual pistol controller, an Onimusha 3 katana controller, and a Resident Evil 4 chainsaw controller.

Mouse and Keyboard

Unlike the PlayStation, which requires the use of an official Sony PlayStation Mouse to play mouse-compatible games, the few PS2 games with mouse support work with a standard USB mouse as well as a USB trackball.[48] In addition, some of these games also support the usage of a USB keyboard for text input, game control (in lieu of a DualShock or DualShock 2 gamepad, in tandem with a USB mouse), or both.

Homebrew development Main article: PlayStation 2 homebrew

Using homebrew programs, it is possible to play various audio and video file formats on a PS2. Homebrew programs can also be used to play patched backups of original PS2 DVD games on unmodified consoles, and to install retail discs to an installed hard drive on older models. Homebrew emulators of older computer and gaming systems have been developed for the PS2.[49]

Sony released a Linux-based operating system, Linux for PlayStation 2, for the PS2 in a package that also includes a keyboard, mouse, Ethernet adapter and HDD. In Europe and Australia, the PS2 comes with a free Yabasic interpreter on the bundled demo disc. This allows users to create simple programs for the PS2. A port of the NetBSD project and BlackRhino GNU/Linux, an alternative Debian-based distribution, are also available for the PS2.

See also
  • Sony PlayStation portal
  • Sony portal
  • Video games portal
  • GScube
  • Linux for PlayStation 2
  • PCSX2 – PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS
  • PlayStation Broadband Navigator
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  • A–L
  • M–Z
  • Best-selling
  • PS one Classics
    • JP
    • NA
    • PAL
PS2 games
  • Best-selling
  • Online games
  • PS2 Classics for PS3
  • PS2 games for PS4
PS3 games
  • Best-selling
  • Physical
  • Digital only
  • 3D games
  • PS Move games
PS4 games
  • Best-selling
  • PSVR
PSP games
  • Physical and digital
  • System software compatibilities
  • PS Minis
Other
  • PS Now games
  • PS Vita games
    • A–L
    • M–O
    • P–R
    • S
    • T–V
    • W–Z
  • PS Mobile games
  • TurboGrafx-16 Classics
  • NEOGEO Station
  • Classics HD
  • Instant Game Collection
    • NA
    • PAL
    • Asia
    • Japan
    • China
Reprints
  • Greatest Hits
  • Essentials
  • The Best
  • BigHit Series
Network
  • PlayStation Network
  • 2011 outage
  • Central Station
  • FirstPlay
  • PlayStation App
  • PlayStation Home
  • PlayStation Mobile
  • PlayStation Music
  • PlayStation Now
  • PlayStation Store
  • PlayStation Video
  • PlayStation Vue
  • PS2 online
  • Room for PSP
  • VidZone
AccessoriesControllers
  • PlayStation Controller
  • PlayStation Mouse
  • Analog Joystick
  • Dual Analog
  • DualShock
  • Sixaxis
  • PlayStation Move
Cameras
  • EyeToy
  • Go!Cam
  • PlayStation Eye
  • PlayStation Camera
Miscellaneous
  • Multitap
  • Link Cable
  • PS2 accessories
  • PS2 Headset
  • PS3 accessories
  • PlayTV
  • Wonderbook
  • PlayStation VR
Kits
  • Net Yaroze
  • PS2 Linux
  • GScube
  • OtherOS
  • Zego
MediaMagazines
  • Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine
  • PlayStation: The Official Magazine
  • PlayStation Official Magazine – UK
  • PlayStation Official Magazine – Australia
  • PlayStation Underground
Advertisements
  • Double Life
  • Mountain
  • PlayStation marketing
Characters
  • Toro
  • Polygon Man
  • Kevin Butler
  • Marcus Rivers
Arcade boards
  • Namco System 11
  • System 12
  • System 10
  • System 246
  • System 357
Related
  • Super NES CD-ROM
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
  • Category
  • Portal
  • v
  • t
  • e
SonyFounders
  • Masaru Ibuka
  • Akio Morita
Key personnel
  • Kaz Hirai (Chairman)
  • Kenichiro Yoshida (President and CEO)
Primary businesses
  • Sony Corporation
  • Sony Entertainment
    • Sony Pictures
    • Sony Pictures Japan
    • Sony Pictures Television
    • Sony Pictures Networks
    • Sony Music
    • Sony/ATV Music Publishing
  • Sony Financial Holdings
    • Sony Life
    • Sony Bank
  • Sony Interactive Entertainment
    • PlayStation
  • Sony Mobile
  • Sony Music Japan
Technologies and brands
  • α (Alpha)
  • Betacam
  • Bionz
  • Blu-ray
  • BRAVIA
  • CD
  • Cell
  • Cyber-shot
  • Dash
  • Dream Machine
  • DVD
  • Exmor
  • FeliCa
  • Handycam
  • HDCAM/HDCAM-SR
  • LocationFree
  • Memory Stick
  • MiniDisc
  • MiniDV
  • mylo
  • PlayStation
  • Reader
  • S/PDIF
  • SDDS
  • SXRD
  • Sony Tablet
  • Tunnel diode
  • TransferJet
  • UMD
  • Vaio
  • Video8/Hi8/Digital8
  • Walkman
  • Walkman Phones
  • XDCAM
  • Xperia
  • HMZ-T1
Historical products
  • AIBO
  • CV-2000
  • DAT
  • Betamax
  • Sony CLIÉ
  • Discman
  • Jumbotron
  • Lissa
  • Mavica
  • NEWS
  • Sony Optiarc
  • Qualia
  • Rolly
  • TR-55
  • Trinitron
  • 1 inch Type C (BVH series)
  • U-matic
  • Watchman
  • WEGA
Electronics
  • Sony Electronics (US subsidiary)
  • Sony Energy Devices
  • Sony Creative Software
  • FeliCa Networks (57%)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Sony Interactive EntertainmentKey personnel
  • Kaz Hirai
  • Andrew House
  • Ken Kutaragi
  • Shawn Layden
  • Shuhei Yoshida
  • v
  • t
  • e
Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide StudiosFranchises
  • Ape Escape
  • Aquanaut's Holiday
  • Arc the Lad
  • Boku no Natsuyasumi
  • Buzz!
  • Colony Wars
  • Dark Cloud
  • Echochrome
  • EverQuest
  • Everybody's Golf
    • Everybody's Tennis
  • EyeToy
  • Fantavision
  • Fat Princess
  • G-Police
  • Genji
  • God of War
  • Gran Turismo
  • Gravity Rush
  • Infamous
  • Invizimals
  • Jak and Daxter
  • Jet Moto
    • Jet X2O
  • Jumping Flash!
  • Killzone
  • Knack
  • Legend of Legaia
  • Lemmings
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • LocoRoco
  • MediEvil
  • MLB: The Show
  • ModNation Racers
  • MotorStorm
  • Motor Toon Grand Prix
  • Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke/Oreshika
  • PaRappa the Rapper
  • Patapon
  • PlanetSide
  • Pursuit Force
  • Rally Cross
  • Ratchet & Clank
  • Resistance
  • Shadow of the Beast
  • SingStar
  • Siren
  • Sly Cooper
  • SOCOM
  • Sora to Umi no Aida
  • Soul Sacrifice
  • Sports Champions
  • Start the Party!
  • Syphon Filter
  • The Eye of Judgment
  • The Getaway
  • The Last of Us
  • This Is Football
  • Tomba!
  • Twisted Metal
  • Uncharted
  • Until Dawn
  • Vib-Ribbon
  • Warhawk
  • White Knight Chronicles
  • Wipeout
  • Wonderbook
Divisions
  • Bend Studio
  • Foster City Studio
  • Japan Studio
  • London Studio
  • San Diego Studio
  • Santa Monica Studio
Subsidiaries
  • Guerrilla Games
  • Team Gravity
  • Media Molecule
  • Naughty Dog
  • PixelOpus
  • Polyphony Digital
  • Sucker Punch Productions
Former subsidiaries
  • 989 Studios
  • Bigbig Studios
  • Contrail
  • Evolution Studios
  • Guerrilla Cambridge
  • Incognito Entertainment
  • Psygnosis
  • Team Ico
  • Team Soho
  • Zipper Interactive
  • v
  • t
  • e
PlayStation
  • Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • SIE Worldwide Studios
ConsolesHome consoles
  • PlayStation
    • Models
    • Main hardware
  • PlayStation 2
    • Models
    • Main hardware
  • PlayStation 3
    • Models
    • Main hardware
    • System software
  • PlayStation 4
    • Models
    • Main hardware
    • System software
Handhelds
  • PlayStation Portable
    • System software
  • PlayStation Vita
    • System software
Miscellaneous
  • PocketStation
  • PSX
  • PlayStation TV
  • PlayStation Classic
GamesPS1 games
  • A–L
  • M–Z
  • Best-selling
  • PS one Classics
    • JP
    • NA
    • PAL
PS2 games
  • Best-selling
  • Online games
  • PS2 Classics for PS3
  • PS2 games for PS4
PS3 games
  • Best-selling
  • Physical
  • Digital only
  • 3D games
  • PS Move games
PS4 games
  • Best-selling
  • PSVR
PSP games
  • Physical and digital
  • System software compatibilities
  • PS Minis
Other
  • PS Now games
  • PS Vita games
    • A–L
    • M–O
    • P–R
    • S
    • T–V
    • W–Z
  • PS Mobile games
  • TurboGrafx-16 Classics
  • NEOGEO Station
  • Classics HD
  • Instant Game Collection
    • NA
    • PAL
    • Asia
    • Japan
    • China
Reprints
  • Greatest Hits
  • Essentials
  • The Best
  • BigHit Series
Network
  • PlayStation Network
  • 2011 outage
  • Central Station
  • FirstPlay
  • PlayStation App
  • PlayStation Home
  • PlayStation Mobile
  • PlayStation Music
  • PlayStation Now
  • PlayStation Store
  • PlayStation Video
  • PlayStation Vue
  • PS2 online
  • Room for PSP
  • VidZone
AccessoriesControllers
  • PlayStation Controller
  • PlayStation Mouse
  • Analog Joystick
  • Dual Analog
  • DualShock
  • Sixaxis
  • PlayStation Move
Cameras
  • EyeToy
  • Go!Cam
  • PlayStation Eye
  • PlayStation Camera
Miscellaneous
  • Multitap
  • Link Cable
  • PS2 accessories
  • PS2 Headset
  • PS3 accessories
  • PlayTV
  • Wonderbook
  • PlayStation VR
Kits
  • Net Yaroze
  • PS2 Linux
  • GScube
  • OtherOS
  • Zego
MediaMagazines
  • Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine
  • PlayStation: The Official Magazine
  • PlayStation Official Magazine – UK
  • PlayStation Official Magazine – Australia
  • PlayStation Underground
Advertisements
  • Double Life
  • Mountain
  • PlayStation marketing
Characters
  • Toro
  • Polygon Man
  • Kevin Butler
  • Marcus Rivers
Arcade boards
  • Namco System 11
  • System 12
  • System 10
  • System 246
  • System 357
Related
  • Super NES CD-ROM
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
  • Category
  • Portal
Other
  • Gaikai
  • SN Systems
  • Cellius (49%)
  • Dimps
  • Category
  • Portal
  • v
  • t
  • e
Sony Music EntertainmentKey personnel
  • Rob Stringer
  • Kevin Kelleher
Flagship
  • Columbia Records
  • RCA Records
  • Epic Records
  • Arista Records
Sony Music Nashville
  • Columbia Nashville
  • Arista Nashville
  • RCA Records Nashville
  • Provident Label Group
Sony Masterworks
  • Sony Classical Records
  • Portrait Records
  • RCA Red Seal Records
  • Okeh Records
Sony Music Entertainment Japan
  • Epic Records Japan
  • Ki/oon Music
  • Ariola Japan
  • BMG Japan
  • mora
  • Sacra Music
  • Aniplex
    • Aniplex of America
    • A-1 Pictures
    • CloverWorks
    • Madman Anime Group
  • Music On! TV
  • Peanuts Worldwide (39%)
Distribution
  • The Orchard
    • IODA
    • RED Distribution
    • Red Essential
Other labels
  • RCA Inspiration
  • Phonogenic Records
  • Ultra Music
  • Century Media Records
  • Legacy Recordings
  • Black Butter Records
  • Kemosabe Records
  • Robbins Entertainment
  • Syco Music (50%)
  • Sony Music Australia
  • Sony Music UK
  • Sony Music India
  • Sony Music Latin
  • Vevo
  • Volcano Entertainment
  • v
  • t
  • e
Sony PicturesKey personnel
  • Tony Vinciquerra
  • Tom Rothman
Motion
Picture Group
  • Columbia Pictures
  • TriStar Pictures
  • TriStar Productions
  • Screen Gems
  • Classics
  • Imageworks
  • Animation
  • Worldwide Acquisitions
    • Destination Films
    • Stage 6 Films
    • Affirm Films
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
    • Sony Wonder
TelevisionU.S. production
  • Adelaide Productions
  • Sony Crackle
    • The Minisode Network
  • Culver Entertainment
  • Embassy Row
  • TriStar Television
U.S. distribution
  • Funimation (95%)
International production
  • 2waytraffic
  • Left Bank Pictures
  • Playmaker Media
  • Stellify Media
  • Teleset
  • v
  • t
  • e
Sony Pictures Television TV channels and VOD platformsO = online VOD platformAmericasU.S. networks
Sony Movie Channel
GSN
getTV
Cine Sony
Sony CrackleO
Defunct
3net
Fearnet
Canada
Former
Sony Movie Channel and AXN Movies (rebranded)
Latin America
Canal Sony
AXN
Lifetime
Defunct
Animax
Locomotion
Sony Spin
AsiaIndian
sub-continent
  • v
  • t
  • e
Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd.Hindi entertainment
  • SET
  • Sony Sab
  • Sony Max
  • Sony Max 2
  • Sony Pal
  • Sony Wah
English entertainment
  • AXN
  • Sony Le Plex
  • Sony Pix
Bengali entertainment
  • Sony Aath
Sports
  • Sony Six
  • Sony ESPN (50%; Joint venture with ESPN Inc.)
  • Sony Ten
    • Sony Ten 1
    • Sony Ten 2
    • Sony Ten 3
    • Sony Ten Golf
Acquisition pending
TEN Sports Pakistan
TEN Cricket International
Music
  • Sony Mix
  • Sony Rox
Other channels
  • Sony BBC Earth (50%; Joint venture with BBC Studios)
  • Sony Yay
Other businesses
  • Sony LIV (Online VOD platform)
Japan
Animax
Animax PlusO
AXN
AXN Mystery
AXN PlusO
Star Channel
South Korea
Animax
Animax PlusO
AXN
Taiwan
AXN
Animax
Animax HD
Southeast
Asia
Animax
AXN
Gem
Southeast Asia
Vietnam
Sony Channel
Sony One
Defunct
AXN Beyond
BeTV
Europe,
Middle
East,
Africa
(EMEA)Germany
AnimaxO
AXN
Sony Channel
Defunct
Animax (linear television)
Italy
Cine Sony
Pop
Defunct
AXN
AXN Sci Fi
The
Netherlands
Film1
Film1 Action
Film1 Drama
Film1 Family
Film1 Premiere
Defunct
Film1 Festival
Film1 Sundance
Portugal
AXN
AXN Black
AXN White
Defunct
Animax
Russia
Sony Channel
Sony Turbo
Sony Sci-Fi
Spain
AXN
AXN SyncO
AXN White
Defunct
Animax
Turkey
  • Sony Channel
  • Sony Çocuk
  • Planet Mutfak
  • Planet Türk
UK & Ireland
  • v
  • t
  • e
Television channels in the United Kingdom and Ireland operated by Sony Pictures TelevisionIncluding CSC Media Group television channelsEntertainment channels
Movies4Men
Sony Crime Channel
Sony Movie Channel
truTV
CSC
True Entertainment
True Movies
Music channels
CSC
Chart Show TV
Chart Show Hits
Starz TV
The Vault
Children's channels
CSC
Pop
Pop Max
Tiny Pop
Former channels
More Than Movies
Movies4Men 2
Sony Channel
Sony Crime Channel 2
CSC
The Amp
AnimeCentral
Bliss
BuzMuzik
Chart Shop TV
Flaunt
Flava
MinX
NME TV
Pop Girl
Pop Plus
Scuzz
Showcase TV
True Crime
True Drama
True Movies 2
Miscellaneous
  • Sony Pictures Television
  • animaxtv.co.uk (VOD)
Baltics
Sony Channel
Sony Turbo
Central and
Eastern
Europe
(CEE)
AXN
Adria
Hungary
AXN NowO
AXN Black
AXN Spin
AXN White
Sony Max
Sony Movie Channel
Viasat Hungary
Viasat 3
Viasat 6
Defunct
Animax
AXN Crime
Middle East
AXN Middle East
Arabic
English
Defunct
AXN Israel
Africa
Sony Channel
Sony MAX
True Movies
Defunct
Animax
Other
  • Digital
    • Mobile
  • Entertainment Japan
  • Family Entertainment Group
  • Studios
  • Madison Gate Records
Defunct
  • Columbia Pictures Television
  • Columbia TriStar Television
  • Merv Griffin Enterprises
  • ELP Communications
Online distribution platforms
  • PlayStation Network (PlayStation Music
  • PlayStation Now
  • PlayStation Store
  • PlayStation Video
  • PlayStation Plus
  • PlayStation Vue)
  • The Minisode Network
  • Sony Crackle
  • Sony Liv
Other businesses
  • Sony DADC
  • Sony Network Communications
  • Sony Professional Solutions
  • M3 (39.4%)
  • Sony/ATV Music Publishing
    • APM Music
    • EMI Music Publishing
    • Extreme Music
  • Vaio (4.9%)
Other assets
  • Sony Corporation of America (umbrella company in the US)
  • Other subsidiaries
  • List of acquisitions
Nonprofit organizations
  • Sony Institute of Higher Education Shohoku College
Other
  • History of Sony
  • Sony Toshiba IBM Center of Competence for the Cell Processor
  • v
  • t
  • e
Video game consoles (sixth generation)Types
  • Home video game console
    • list
  • Handheld game console
    • list
  • Microconsole
    • list
  • Dedicated console
    • list
Generations
  • First (1972–80)
  • Second (1976–92)
  • Third (1983–2003)
  • Fourth (1987–2004)
  • Fifth (1993–2005)
  • Sixth (1998–2013)
  • Seventh (2005–17)
  • Eighth (2012–present)
Sixth
generationHome
  • DISCover
  • Dreamcast
  • GameCube
    • Panasonic Q
  • Nuon
  • PlayStation 2
  • V.Smile
  • Xavix
  • Xbox
Handheld
  • Game Boy Advance family
    • Game Boy Advance
    • Advance SP
    • Micro
  • GP32
  • N-Gage
    • QD
  • Neo Geo Pocket Color
  • Tapwave Zodiac
Dedicated
  • Pocket Dream Console
← Fifth generation Seventh generation →
  • Emulator
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  • History
  • List
  • Manufacturer
  • v
  • t
  • e
Home video game consolesAtari
  • Atari 2600
  • Atari 5200
  • Atari 7800
  • Atari XEGS
  • Atari Jaguar
  • Atari VCS
Bandai
  • Super Vision 8000
  • Arcadia
  • RX-78
  • Playdia
  • Apple Bandai Pippin
Casio
  • PV-1000
  • Casio Loopy
Commodore
  • Commodore 64 Games System
  • Commodore CDTV
  • Amiga CD32
Mattel
  • Intellivision
  • HyperScan
Microsoft
  • Xbox
  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One
NEC
  • TurboGrafx-16
  • PC-FX
Nintendo
  • NES
  • SNES
  • N64
  • GameCube
  • Wii
  • Wii U
  • Switch
Philips
  • Magnavox Odyssey
  • Odyssey²
  • Videopac + G7400
  • Philips CD-i
Sega
  • SG-1000
  • Master System
  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega Saturn
  • Dreamcast
SNK
  • Neo Geo
  • Neo Geo CD
Sony
  • PlayStation
  • PlayStation 2
  • PSX
  • PlayStation 3
  • PlayStation 4
VTech
  • VTech CreatiVision
  • Socrates
  • V.Smile
  • V.Flash
Others1970s
  • APF-MP1000
  • Bally Astrocade
  • Fairchild Channel F
  • RCA Studio II
  • Interton VC 4000/1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
1980s
  • Action Max
  • Arcadia 2001
  • ColecoVision
  • Epoch Cassette Vision
  • Gakken Compact Vision TV Boy
  • Super Cassette Vision
  • RDI Halcyon
  • Vectrex
  • View-Master Interactive Vision
1990s
  • 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
  • Amstrad GX4000
  • CPS Changer
  • FM Towns Marty
  • LaserActive
  • Super A'Can
2000s
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PlayStation 2 Slim Console PS2 (Certified Refurbished)
PlayStation 2 Slim Console  PS2 (Certified Refurbished)
Includes PlayStation 2 Slim console, Sony DualShock 2 Controller, AV Cable, and AC Adapter with power cord.

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Playstation 2 Console - Black (Certified Refurbished)
Playstation 2 Console - Black (Certified Refurbished)
Sony PlayStation 2 original version console Black. System includes Analog controller. AV Cable, AC Power Cord. System is equipped with: one S400 iLink connector. Two USB connectors. DVD Player software that is compatible with the SCPH-10171. DVD remote control. System is capable of running audio CD's. DVD videos with the NTSC designation and and CD-ROMs that have PlayStation or PlayStation 2 logos.

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Playstation 2 Console - Black
Playstation 2 Console - Black
Sony PlayStation 2 original version console Black. System includes Analog controller. AV Cable, AC Power Cord. System is equipped with: one S400 iLink connector. Two USB connectors. DVD Player software that is compatible with the SCPH-10171. DVD remote control. System is capable of running audio CD's. DVD videos with the NTSC designation and and CD-ROMs that have PlayStation or PlayStation 2 logos.

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PlayStation 2 Console Slim PS2
PlayStation 2 Console Slim PS2
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PlayStation 2 Slim Silver
PlayStation 2 Slim Silver
The PS2 Silver Console is a great system, whether you're a die-hard fan or a new player. This redesigned console will meet the demands of your game playing. The internal design has been completely overhauled, and a smaller, sleeker design makes it easy to carry around and enjoy games any time, anywhere. It keeps the PS2's powerful 300MHz processor, for enhanced clarity and mesmerizing graphics. Also comes with one standard PS2 controller.

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Nintendo Switch - Gray Joy-Con
Nintendo Switch - Gray Joy-Con
Introducing Nintendo Switch, the new home video game system from Nintendo. In addition to providing single and multiplayer thrills at home, the Nintendo Switch system can be taken on the go so players can enjoy a full home console experience anytime, anywhere. The mobility of a handheld is now added to the power of a home gaming system, with unprecedented new play styles brought to life by the two new Joy-Con controllers. PLAY ANYWHERE Home Gaming System At home the main unit rests in the Nintendo Switch dock, which connects the system to the TV and lets you play with family and friends in the comfort of your living room. On-the-Go Lift Nintendo Switch from the dock and instantly transition to handheld mode for on-the-go gaming. By sharing Joy-Con, players can go head-to-head while away from home. You can also enjoy the same great games in tabletop mode by using the included stand to prop the system up. New Play Styles Remove the detachable Joy-Con from either side of Nintendo Switch for more play styles: One player can use a Joy-Con in each hand Two players can each take one Multiple Joy-Con can be employed by numerous people for a variety of gameplay options (additional Joy-Con sold separately) Slip a set of Joy-Con into a Joy-Con grip accessory, mirroring a more traditional controller. Or, select an optional Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. Bring together up to 8 Nintendo Switch systems for local face-to-face multiplayer.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 - PlayStation 4
Red Dead Redemption 2 - PlayStation 4
The highest rated game on PlayStation* America, 1899. The end of the wild west era has begun as lawmen hunt down the last remaining outlaw gangs. Those who will not surrender or succumb are killed. After a robbery goes badly wrong in the western town of Blackwater, Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang are forced to flee. With federal agents and the best bounty hunters in the nation massing on their heels, the gang must rob, steal and fight their way across the rugged heartland of America in order to survive. As deepening internal divisions threaten to tear the gang apart, Arthur must make a choice between his own ideals and loyalty to the gang who raised him. From the creators of Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2 is an epic tale of life in America at the dawn of the modern age. With the gameplay of Red Dead Redemption 2 as its foundation, Red Dead Online transforms the vast and deeply detailed landscapes, cities, towns and habitats of Red Dead Redemption 2 into a new, living online world ready to be shared by multiple players. Create and customize your character, tailor your abilities to suit your play style and head out into a new frontier full of things to experience. *Sourced by Metacritic

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2 Pack Wireless Controller 2.4G Compatible with Sony Playstation 2 PS2 (Jet Black)
2 Pack Wireless Controller 2.4G Compatible with Sony Playstation 2 PS2 (Jet Black)
Features  State of art 2.4GHz wireless technology, no more tangled cord.  Use 2 AAA Batteries (not included)  Twin shock vibration  Ergonomic Analog Sticks & Directional Pad for superior control  Auto-detect feature for simplified set up  Package includes two controllers and two receivers  Brand new  Package Content  TWO PS2 Wireless Controllers TWO pairs green thumb grips.

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PlayStation 4 Slim 1TB Console
PlayStation 4 Slim 1TB Console
The all new lighter and slimmer PlayStation4 system has a 1TB hard drive for all of the greatest games, TV, music and more. Incredible Games You've come to the right place. Exclusive games take you on incredible journeys, from critically acclaimed indies to award-winning AAA hits. Endless Entertainment Something new and amazing is always in reach. Find what you're looking for and get it at the touch of a button via PlayStation entertainment options like PlayStation Vue and more.

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