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Popularity of the console spread after its release worldwide in North America and Europe.
Sony revealed a Super Famicom with a built-in CD-ROM drive, that incorporated Green Book technology or CD-i, called "Play Station" (also known as SNES-CD) at the Consumer Electronics Show in June 1991.Version 1supports both Play Station Vita, Play Station TV and certain devices that run the Android operating system, whereas version 2.00 released in 2014 would only target Play Station Vita and (optionally) Play Station TV.A touch screen-based user interface called Live Area was launched for the Play Station Vita, which integrates social networking elements into the interface.However, a day after the announcement at CES, Nintendo announced that it would be breaking its partnership with Sony, opting to go with Philips instead but using the same technology.At that time, negotiations were still on-going between Nintendo and Sony, with Nintendo offering Sony a "non-gaming role" regarding their new partnership with Philips.It comprises an online virtual market, the Play Station Store, which allows the purchase and download of games and various forms of multimedia, a subscription-based online service known as Play Station Plus and a social gaming networking service called Play Station Home, which had over 41 million users worldwide at the time of its closure in March 2015.
Play Station Mobile (formerly Play Station Suite) is a software framework that provides Play Station content on mobile devices.
Other hardware released as part of the Play Station series includes the PSX, a digital video recorder which was integrated with the Play Station and Play Station 2, though it was short lived due to its high price and was never released outside Japan, as well as a Sony Bravia television set which has an integrated Play Station 2.
The main series of controllers utilized by the Play Station series is the Dual Shock, which is a line of vibration-feedback gamepad having sold 28 million controllers as of June 28, 2008.
The series also has a strong line-up of first-party titles due to Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios, a group of fifteen first-party developers owned by Sony Interactive Entertainment which are dedicated to developing first-party games for the series.
In addition, the series features various budget re-releases of titles by Sony with different names for each region; these include the Greatest Hits, Platinum, Essentials, Favorites and The Best ranges of titles.
After a demonstration of Sony's distribution plan as well as tech demos of its new console to game publishers and developers in a hotel in Tokyo in 1994, numerous developers began to approach Play Station.