Nintendo PlayStation prototype has been fully restored.
Engadget had a fiddle with the console a couple of times last year and in the video above, they explain that so far they’ve managed to get the console to play SNES games, but not CD-ROM games or audio CDs.
Terry Diebold, one of the owners of the console, left it with Engadget for a month, with the goal of getting it fully working by the Midwest Gaming Classic 2017. And that’s exactly what they did.
You can check out the finer details in the video.