The Jampack Vol. 1 begins the Sony’s retail assault on the Sega Saturn and Nintendo 64 by providing playable demos to the masses.
The PlayStation Underground Jampack was a sister release to the PlayStation Underground. It acted as a marketing tool for the CD magazine.
The Psybadek Demo CD is actually the exact same disc as the Psygnosis ’98 Interactive Demo and the Colony Wars Vengeance Demo.
Psygnosis ’98 Interactive Demo was released by Psygnosis to provide insight into their then current full catalog of PlayStation games.
Best Buy offers an interesting retail item in Best Buy Greatest Hits Demo Disc Volume One, but it didn’t pan out.
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.