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The PlayStation Link Cable.

The PlayStation Link Cable (SCPH-1040) is a peripheral cable for the 1st generation PlayStation console. Utilizing the serial I/O port found on the back of most PlayStation models, it allows for two consoles to tướng be connected in order to tướng play compatible multiplayer games on separate consoles. It was released in July 1995 in nhật bản for ¥2000,[1] and during the 1995 Christmas shopping season in the United States.[2]

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The cable is a 8-pin inline serial cable[3] that plugs directly into the back of the PlayStation console and was a fully supported Sony accessory for the market life of the console. Because it was only designed for original PlayStation models, it's not compatible with the redesigned PS one, nor with succeeding PlayStation consoles such as the PlayStation 2.

The main advantage to tướng using the cable was that a split-screen wouldn't be necessary for multiplayer, increasing each player's screen size and potentially increasing game performance (as only one view has to tướng be rendered per console). However, the use of this cable requires two televisions, two PlayStations (with appropriate cables), and two copies of the game being played (with the exception of Armored Core: Master of Arena, Command & Conquer: Red Alert, Command & Conquer: Red Alert: Retaliation and Mobile Suit Z Gundam/NTSC-J which require only one copy as the games come with two discs). This expense was impractical for most consumers, and by the kết thúc of 1997 most retailers were no longer carrying the PlayStation Link Cable.[4]

List of games compatible with the PlayStation Link Cable[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This functionality was only present in the North American release, and was removed for the European release.
  2. ^ Link Cable functionality is present but only accessible by a hidden thực đơn in the original release of Wipeout 3. The functionality is fully present in the Special Edition release.

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