#PS3History: The Complete History Of The PS3
Publisher: Smashwords 2016
Number of pages: 271
This book is about one of the greatest games consoles ever created, the PlayStation 3(PS3), it covers every aspect of the consoles journey over the past 10+ years, it's highs and it's lows, the games, different versions, the hacking and the homebrew.
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