Thems were the days

PlayStation Underground was a big deal in the late 90s. Produced by SCEA in North America, it allowed fans to sign up in order to receive regular CD-ROMs produced by the platform holder. These included both demos of popular games, as well as interviews with notable names. Want to know an interesting piece of trivia? Andrew House, the current president of Sony Computer Entertainment, worked as a senior executive producer on the initiative.

With demo discs having long gone the way of the dodo, though, it seems that the manufacturer's using the brand for a new video series on its YouTube channel. In many ways, the interview aspect hasn't really changed: this first edition sees three members of the PlayStation social media team squeezed onto a settee with Harmonix's Nick Chester, as the gaggle play through Amplitude on the PlayStation 4. We're particularly big fans of the matching plaid shirts.