Vsauce and a Stop Motion Animated PlayStation Bring You Six Awesome PlayStation Facts [Video]

By our math, the PlayStation could've taken us to the moon 512 times. It works like that, right?

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Vsauce is back with another stop motion video with all of the facts about video game consoles you never knew you needed to know. This time, an original PlayStation is bursting at the seams to show you just how much power it’s packing and what you could’ve done with all the money it cost.

(via Vsauce3 on YouTube)

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