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Secondhand market keeps the PS1 alive, 25 years after its launch


Tokyo, Dec 3 (EFE).- Sony's PlayStation console on Tuesday marked 25 years since its launch in Japan, where, far from being forgotten, it is still very much present in the country's thriving second-hand market, where its games range from bargains to luxury items. FOOTAGE SHOWS OLD PLAYSTATION CONSOLES, GAMES AND PEOPLE BROWSING AT SHOPS TUESDAY IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

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