Squaresoft once again tries something new, and ends up creating a beautiful, visually stunning role playing game with one of the most in-depth combat engines and craft making sets.
PlayStation Kiosk Demo Disc 2004-2005 was more than likely the final demo disc to ever be used in an original PlayStation kiosk. 5 years after the PlayStation 2 released is an impressive post-life.
Sony continues to update their PlayStation Kiosks with PlayStation Kiosk Demo Disc Version 1.18, Giving players a sneak at popular games on the system.
PlayStation Kiosk Demo Disc Version 1.19 was used by Sony in retail kiosks to help demonstrate popular games at the time. Themed for the PS one.
PlayStation Kiosk Demo Disc Version 1.20 was used in retail store kiosks during the 2002 era. Even then, with the PlayStation 2 in full swing, Sony kept supporting the original hardware.
(PlayStation) PS one Winter 03 Kiosk Version 1.21 was the final demo disc used in PlayStation kiosk, specifically PS one versions.
Pro-Pinball timeshock! Demo CD allows game players 3 minutes of full game play with Empire Interactive’s snazzy pinball table.
The Star Wars Demolition Demo CD gave game players an early view of Luxoflux’s vehicular combat game based on the fan favorite rides new and old.
Duke Nukem Time To Kill – Demo CD from GT Interactive gave players an early glimpse into the 3rd perspective adventure of the polarizing hero.
Game-Rave.com presents the Toys R Us “Test Drive” – Crash Bandicoot Warped Demo Disc, a kiosk demo of the third PlayStation mascot game.