Ahead of the PS4 launch next month Sony Computer Entertainment UK has released a nostalgia-filled short film for the PlayStation generation.

Inspired by the PlayStationMemories hashtag, the UK-centric film aims to represent what PlayStation has meant to Britain since its debut in 1995.

Interestingly, the PS4 section features a bike, clothes and other items which haven't actually been released yet and represent next year's trends.

Fans are being encouraged to spot the order which the PlayStation symbols appear in and enter their answers over on eu.playstation.com for a chance to win a PS4.

VideoGamer.com Analysis

Resident Evil 4 was an odd inclusion, given it was a GameCube game first. Also, did anyone actually sit and play split-screen Gran Turismo and actually have any fun?

Source: Press release

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RazorGecko

Hahah yeah a parody of this will be so funny xD!
Posted 20:14 on 22 October 2013
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sycholect

VG crew need to parody this but have the guy go all the way through his life (including where he gets a wife settles down and has other responsibilities so he no longer plays games anymore until he is in his 60's where he has his freedom again)
Posted 04:52 on 22 October 2013
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RazorGecko

Woohoo now this was so awesome :D
Posted 19:16 on 21 October 2013
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pblive

Nintendo could have done with an advert like that.
Posted 18:07 on 21 October 2013
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tvr77

Awesome advert, triggers some nice memories.
I remember trying to earn huge amounts of cash so me and my mates could afford the crazy fast Pikes Peak Escudo in GT2.....i think, the one with the cock pit smelling disc, learning how to coast corners in Ridge Racer on the PS1 and coming upon that first Zombie in Resident Evil (sh*t my pants) oh and that bit where the dogs come crashing through the window. Good times
Posted 16:00 on 21 October 2013
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Freekill

Sony must have some really creative people in advertising because their adverts are always so creative and engaging.
Posted 15:23 on 21 October 2013
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HallicHicks

Yes James. Gran Turismo split screen was fun.
Posted 15:02 on 21 October 2013
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Kopitebushie

Ah, brings back fond memories of getting home from school and playing Final Fantasy 7 and Resident Evil!
Posted 14:04 on 21 October 2013
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Lalaland

Split Screen GT was awesome sauce, my mates and I played GT 2-4 in college this way between sessions of 'pass the pad' for the single player
Posted 13:54 on 21 October 2013
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