Sony has today announced over on the PlayStation blog that they are preparing to bring back the popular PlayStation Underground magazine that provided demonstration disks of PlayStation games nearly 25 years ago.
Some of our readers may remember the original PlayStation Underground video magazine that was launched by Sony Computer Entertainment America back in the 1990’s and which was provided on disks.
The latest edition of the PlayStation Underground magazine will take the form of a new online show that will feature everything you want to know about video games including gameplay, discussions and new releases, check out the video below to learn more. Sony explains a little more :
“To celebrate the return of Underground, our friends at Harmonix brought an early build of the upcoming music rhythm reboot Amplitude for us to play. Spoiler: we got destroyed by Expert mode, but that’s okay because we tried our best.
We’re aiming to roll out new Underground episodes every other week, with a vision of a weekly broadcast in the near future. If you tune into Underground in the coming months, expect to see upcoming game previews, and hear insider details from the best and brightest in the gaming community.
Underground is just getting started, so you can expect a few things to change over the coming months as we fall into a rhythm of our own and tidy up the place. But for now, please sit back, fetch a refreshing beverage, and enjoy.”
“Welcome to the new Underground, an online show about playing video games, talking about ’em, and sitting on a couch. We’re happy to celebrate this occasion with our friend Nick Chester from Harmonix. He brought an early build of Amplitude on PS4 for us to play (and fail at). If you’re a fan of music rhythm games, don’t miss this. Enjoy the show.”
Source: PS Blog