We get all nostalgic and wipe the dust off our original PlayStation 1 console to try our hand at some Wipeout.
Wipeout was one of the launch titles for Sony's first console which released in September of 1995 in Europe.
After enjoying the introduction (perhaps a bit too much) we opt for some races as we discuss our first experiences with the game all those years ago. We also point out the differences between different versions of the game which include updated textures.
You can check out the Wipeout action below, why not let us know your experiences with the series in the comments.
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