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==Game Products==
 
==Game Products==
 
In 1994 Sony launched its [[PlayStation]] (later PS one). This successful console was succeeded by the [[PlayStation 2]] in 2000, itself succeeded by the [[PlayStation 3]] in 2006. The PlayStation brand was extended to the portable games market in 2005 by the [[PlayStation Portable]]. Sony developed the Universal Media Disc (UMD) optical disc medium for use on the PlayStation Portable. Although Sony tried to push the UMD format for movies, major studios stopped supporting the format in the Spring of 2006.
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Sony first began developing [[personal computer]]s with game functions in 1983.<ref>http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1309&dat=19940207&id=FN9OAAAAIBAJ&sjid=5hMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=2341,2650199</ref>
 
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In 1994, Sony launched its first [[console]], the [[PlayStation]] (later PS one). This successful console was succeeded by the [[PlayStation 2]] in 2000, itself succeeded by the [[PlayStation 3]] in 2006. The PlayStation brand was extended to the portable games market in 2005 by the [[PlayStation Portable]]. Sony developed the Universal Media Disc (UMD) optical disc medium for use on the PlayStation Portable. Although Sony tried to push the UMD format for movies, major studios stopped supporting the format in the Spring of 2006.
 
   
 
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