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Submitted by Crazyreyn 1072d ago | image

A history of console revisions: PSone, GBA SP, DS Lite, more - gallery

Digital Spy writes: "Console revisions are fairly common nowadays, particularly with Nintendo's portables and Sony's iterations with their PlayStation consoles.

"Some redesigns improve on the original console in dramatic ways, while others better some areas at the expense of a feature or two.

"With the 3DS XL launch this weekend (July 28), Digital Spy decided to take a look back at many of the major console redesigns the video game industry has seen in the past - from the Sega Master System II to the shiny Xbox 360 S." (3DS, Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, Retro, Tag Invalid, Xbox 360)

miyamoto  +   1072d ago
Sega Genesis had three console revisions.
PSP had 5 hardware revisions. so a super slim PS3 is nothing new.
yewles1  +   1072d ago
Here's two more that can be on the slide...

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/w...

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/w...

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