Sony Playstation And Sega Saturn Model Kits From Bandai

by Jay Cochran
November 08, 2019
Bandai will be releasing detailed model kits for two classic video game consoles, the Sony Playstation and SEGA Saturn.

The Sony Playstation celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2019, the popular gaming system brought about the creation of a new video game console brand. Now you can bring the nostalgia home in the form of a 2/5 scale model kit.

The entire console from the outer casing and various ports, the internal circuit boards, and even controller can be assembled, allowing you to recreate the Playstation in all its glory. You can even put the included scaled game disk and memory card!

The Sega Saturn is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2019, this popular gaming system brought the arcade game experience to homes. Now you experience the nostalgia in the form of a 2/5 scale model kit.

The entire console from the outer casing and various ports, the internal circuit boards, and even controller can be assembled, recreating the Sega Saturn in all its glory. You can even insert the included scaled game disk into the disk loading tray on top!

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Thinwheat - 2019-11-13 @ 4:52 pm

I saw this on BBTS the other day and actually thought it was electronics at a glance. lol I wonder if they would ever do this for an actual working system. They give you an unassembled, but fully functional system that you can assemble yourself, with the trickier parts already assembled most of the way. I've never opened up a system though so I couldn't say how fun or how interesting that would actually be.

Helrazer - 2019-11-11 @ 12:37 pm

I initially thought the same thing hahaha ?

As someone who spent his university years with these consoles,they do invoke a bit of nostalgia ^^

Ilike building occassionallyand lean more towards soul of chogokin stuff personally.

JayC - 2019-11-10 @ 2:05 pm

Why does anyone buy a model kit of anything? Because they like to build, they like the minute details, they are a fan of it. You pick but there is in fact a huge market out there for stuff like this. I've never personally been into models just because I don't have the patients for them but I certainly can understand those who do.

DylanRaven055 - 2019-11-09 @ 4:29 am
6 hours ago, Satam said:


'Cause there's people that like model kits and would buy models of anything, also Sony and Sega being japanese I would figure geeks from over there will appreciate such kits out of nostalgia or pride for their country's achievements in technology or something like that.

Japan has that kind of thing, they produce stuff we may find ridiculous and/or unnecessary, like miniature food that you can prepare yourself but is not edible. A cultural thing I guess. I actually find it quite interesting.

mako - 2019-11-08 @ 11:57 pm
1 hour ago, Satam said:


Stick a few expletives in there and we're on the same page. Who comes up with this crap?

Batman1701 - 2019-11-08 @ 11:01 pm
57 minutes ago, Satam said:


RIGHT?! *LMAO*Like, you can buy an ACTUAL miniature Playstation Classic, fully functional, RIGHT NOWon Amazon FOR THE SAME @#$%ING PRICE!!??

Satam - 2019-11-08 @ 9:53 pm


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