Download Sony PSX/PlayStation 1(PS 1) ROMs

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Army Men 3D  ISO[SLES-02378]Rom

Army Men 3D (E) ISO[SLES-02378]

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Army Men 3D  ISO[SLES-02378] Rom Army Men 3D (E) ISO[SLES-02378] EU Country (EU) 229

Army Men 3D  ISO[SLES-02378]Rom

Army Men 3D (E) ISO[SLES-02378]

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Army Men 3D  ISO[SLES-02378] Rom Army Men 3D (E) ISO[SLES-02378] EU Country (EU) 448

Army Men 3D  ISO[SLES-02378]Rom

Army Men 3D (E) ISO[SLES-02378]

EU Country
Army Men 3D  ISO[SLES-02378] Rom Army Men 3D (E) ISO[SLES-02378] EU Country (EU) 490

Army Men 3D [U] ISO[SLUS-00491]Rom

Army Men 3D [U] ISO[SLUS-00491]

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Army Men 3D [U] ISO[SLUS-00491] Rom Army Men 3D [U] ISO[SLUS-00491] US Country (US) 2778

Asterix and Obelix Take on Caesar  ISO[SLES-02092]Rom

Asterix and Obelix Take on Caesar (E) ISO[SLES-02092]

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Asterix and Obelix Take on Caesar  ISO[SLES-02092] Rom Asterix and Obelix Take on Caesar (E) ISO[SLES-02092] EU Country (EU) 1447

Asterix Mega Madness  ISO[SLES-03324]Rom

Asterix Mega Madness (E) ISO[SLES-03324]

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Asterix Mega Madness  ISO[SLES-03324] Rom Asterix Mega Madness (E) ISO[SLES-03324] EU Country (EU) 5919

Azure Dreams [U] ISO[SLUS-00614]Rom

Azure Dreams [U] ISO[SLUS-00614]

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Azure Dreams [U] ISO[SLUS-00614] Rom Azure Dreams [U] ISO[SLUS-00614] US Country (US) 1594

Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu 2 - Otoko Jinsei Yume Ichiro  ISO[SLPS-02465]Rom

Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu 2 - Otoko Jinsei Yume Ichiro (J) ISO[SLPS-02465]

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Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu 2 - Otoko Jinsei Yume Ichiro  ISO[SLPS-02465] Rom Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu 2 - Otoko Jinsei Yume Ichiro (J) ISO[SLPS-02465] JP Country (JP) 1355

Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!! - Eternal Wings  ISORom

Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!! - Eternal Wings (Japan) ISO

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Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!! - Eternal Wings  ISO Rom Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!! - Eternal Wings (Japan) ISO JP Country (JP) 18944

Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393]Rom

Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393]

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Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393] Rom Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393] US Country (US) 2787

Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393]Rom

Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393]

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Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393] Rom Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393] US Country (US) 685

Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393]Rom

Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393]

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Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393] Rom Batman & Robin [U] ISO[SLUS-00393] US Country (US) 378

Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493]Rom

Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493]

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Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493] Rom Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493] EU Country (EU) 247

Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493]Rom

Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493]

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Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493] Rom Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493] EU Country (EU) 1584

Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493]Rom

Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493]

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Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493] Rom Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493] EU Country (EU) 203

Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493]Rom

Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493]

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Battle Arena Toshinden 4  ISO[SLES-02493] Rom Battle Arena Toshinden 4 (E) ISO[SLES-02493] EU Country (EU) 429

Battletanx - Global Assault [U] ISO[SLUS-01044]Rom

Battletanx - Global Assault [U] ISO[SLUS-01044]

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Battletanx - Global Assault [U] ISO[SLUS-01044] Rom Battletanx - Global Assault [U] ISO[SLUS-01044] US Country (US) 1198

Beyblade  ISO[SLES-04093]Rom

Beyblade (E) ISO[SLES-04093]

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Beyblade  ISO[SLES-04093] Rom Beyblade (E) ISO[SLES-04093] EU Country (EU) 2366

Beyblade [U] ISO[SLUS-01489]Rom

Beyblade [U] ISO[SLUS-01489]

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Beyblade [U] ISO[SLUS-01489] Rom Beyblade [U] ISO[SLUS-01489] US Country (US) 2560

Biohazard 3 - Last Escape   ISORom

Biohazard 3 - Last Escape (Japan) (v1.1) ISO

JP Country
Biohazard 3 - Last Escape   ISO Rom Biohazard 3 - Last Escape (Japan) (v1.1) ISO JP Country (JP) 3275

Bishi Bashi Special  ISO[SLES-02537]Rom

Bishi Bashi Special (E) ISO[SLES-02537]

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Bishi Bashi Special  ISO[SLES-02537] Rom Bishi Bashi Special (E) ISO[SLES-02537] EU Country (EU) 15109

Bishi Bashi Special 2  ISO[SLPM-86267]Rom

Bishi Bashi Special 2 (Japan) ISO[SLPM-86267]

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Bishi Bashi Special 2  ISO[SLPM-86267] Rom Bishi Bashi Special 2 (Japan) ISO[SLPM-86267] JP Country (JP) 1147

Blade  ISO[SLES-03213]Rom

Blade (E) ISO[SLES-03213]

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Blade  ISO[SLES-03213] Rom Blade (E) ISO[SLES-03213] EU Country (EU) 4063

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]Rom

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]

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Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] Rom Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] US Country (US) 644

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]Rom

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]

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Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] Rom Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] US Country (US) 2722

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]Rom

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]

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Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] Rom Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] US Country (US) 281

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]Rom

Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027]

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Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] Rom Blood Omen - Legacy of Kain [U] ISO[SLUS-00027] US Country (US) 526

Bloody Roar [U] ISO[SCUS-94199]Rom

Bloody Roar [U] ISO[SCUS-94199]

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Bloody Roar [U] ISO[SCUS-94199] Rom Bloody Roar [U] ISO[SCUS-94199] US Country (US) 3075

Bloody Roar 2 [U] ISO[SCUS-94424]Rom

Bloody Roar 2 [U] ISO[SCUS-94424]

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Bloody Roar 2 [U] ISO[SCUS-94424] Rom Bloody Roar 2 [U] ISO[SCUS-94424] US Country (US) 16112

Bomberman  ISO[SLES-01893]Rom

Bomberman (E) ISO[SLES-01893]

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Bomberman  ISO[SLES-01893] Rom Bomberman (E) ISO[SLES-01893] EU Country (EU) 19631

PS 1 Information

playstation 1 roms and isos PlayStation1 is simply the best-known gaming console of all times. It is developed and manufactured by Sony Computer Entertainment and it was sold in 102 million units. The original console was released on 3rd of December in 1994 in Japan. Almost one year after it was released in the United States and Europe. In November it was released in Australia. The PlayStation 1 is also known as PS, PS1 or PSX. The PSX was actually a codename of the console used in its development and today it is commonly used by fanatics and collectors.

The original console has been on the market for 11 years. For instance, in 2000 Sony released Sony PlayStation 2 which was a significant improvement. However, PS1 was still available brand new and also very popular. The end of production occurred in 2007. In the same year, games for the console were stopped with development. This occurred just one year before Sony PlayStation 3 was released. An interesting fact is that controllers for PS1 and 2 are backward compatible.

Most of you remember just one version of PlayStation 1 but there was another. The redesigned version was smaller and painted in gray. The specifications and the systems inside the console were the same. In 2018, Sony released Play Station Classic, which was designed to look like PS1. It came preloaded with 20 popular games for the original console and it was released on 3rd of December in Japan, which was the same release date for the original PS1. PlayStation 1 ROMs and ISOs are available today for gamers who still want to play the classic games.

PS1 was developed back in a day when Nintendo 64 and Sega Saturn were popular. However, it had a better ergonomics, more appealing price and it was better in terms of usage. The quality was exceptional and many of those devices are still operational today. Let's just add that the PS1 was more popular than its rivals and for most users a better-looking device which offered advanced capabilities. One reason why PS1 was so popular is its implementation to the arcades and offered to rent. Players who were unable to purchase a new unit will usually rent it for a day or two.

The father of Sony PlayStation 1 is Ken Kutaragi. Back in 1986 Nintendo and Sony worked together to develop a better gaming console of the modern generation. More precisely, Nintendo used floppy disks as storage media back then, but they wanted to move on discs. The cooperation with Sony started due to that purpose. The CD roms or SNES CD should have the name Play Station. Ken Kutaragi sold the chip known as Sony SPC 700 to Nintendo and almost was fired. However, the CEP of Sony determined that his potential and the desire to use that very chip is very important. Eventually, the cooperation between Nintendo and Sony was canceled and Sony decided to make their own gaming console which will use disks. This was the time that marked Sony PlayStation beginning. Luckily for millions of players all around the globe, this console exists and it is still the most desirable to own.

Today you don't need an actual console to play the games because you can simply download PS1 ROMs. You need an emulator, which can be downloaded here. The best ones are Retroarch, Pcsx, VGS XP and several others. Once you have downloaded the emulator, download PlayStation 1 ISOs or ROMs such as Driver, Resident Evil, Pepsiman, and many others. Load the game and start playing. All you need is a computer with basic specifications and a controller if you want to maximize the gaming experience.