Oh jeepers! Somehow the PlayStation 2 is 20 years old. That tiny skyscraper has been sitting by TVs for two decades, bringing brilliant games and a few glorious stinkers
In honour of this, we got together to chat about our memories of what remains the most successful console of all time. Join me, along with editor in chief Oli Welsh, deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole and features and reviews editor Martin Robinson as we pick over our favourite memories
Two quick corrections: I accuse Walter Isaacson of having written a so-so book on Isaac Newton. He did in fact write a so-so book on Leonardo. I'm probably getting confused with James Gleick's book on Newton, which is fantastic and you must read it pronto. Also also, I misremembered a line from Uncle Buck - he drives a mouse car, not a rat car. What was I thinking.
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