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“Project Unity” is a retro-gamer’s dream machine. Forget about emulators, this thing is constructed using parts from 15 consoles, including a PS2, Sega Master System, Dreamcast and Atari 7800. The unassuming box is, undeniably, an ingenious feat of engineering and raw awesome.
Since the start of the manga back in 1990, there have only been two video games made in the Berserk franchise. The first was the Dreamcast game released in the West as Sword of the Berserk: Gut’s Rage.
The Monster Hunter series wasn’t always the “monster” (heh heh) hit it is currently. Originally released for the PS2, the first game, Monster Hunter, and its sequel, Monster Hunter G, sold less than a million copies each. It wasn’t until the game went hand-held to the PSP with Monster Hunter Portable (Monster Hunter Freedom in the west) that Capcom scored their first million seller with the series.
With the news that Sony has officially ceased production of the PlayStation 2, the biggest and perhaps most important chapter in the history of home video gaming comes to a close.
We’ve joked about its refusal to die before, but today, finally, the console begins its march into the history books. Having sold over 150 million units since its release in 2000, the PlayStation 2 has today ceased shipping to Japanese retailers, meaning once remaining stock is gone, it’s gone.