On September 9th, 1995, Sony’s Playstation was released to a North American audience. At the time, no one really thought Sony could compete with the juggernauts of the day in Sega and Nintendo. After all, Sony had no experience in video game hardware and their software titles included mainly mediocre titles like Bram Stoker’s Dracula or the infamous Make My Video titles with Kriss Kross, INXS, and C&C Music Factory. Fifteen years later however, it appears everyone underestimated what Sony’s little grey system could do. It dominated the 32-bit era and remains a gaming institution. Hell, the vast majority of gamers these days can barely remember a time when Sony WASN’T in the hardware market.