Back in the 90’s, Nintendo was coming off of the one of their highest peaks of success with the Super Nintendo. The SNES, as it was often called, gave us such titles as Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, and much more. At this time, Sony was also looking to get into the video game market. The two powerhouse companies looked to combine forces, but it unfortunately did not work out.
As we know, Nintendo and Sony may not have joined together, but they certainly went on to see much success in the gaming industry. People often wonder what the Nintendo PlayStation could have been however. It was said to be a console that could play CD-ROMs as well as SNES cartridges. It just so happens that in 2016 someone decided to make a game that would run on this console.
The game is called Super Boss Gaiden. Sounds like a Super Nintendo game if I ever heard one. It is said to be a challenging and humorous 16-bit platformer. The plot of the game even teases the idea of its existence with the player controlling the fictional President of Sony, who is angry at people emulating the latest SNES PlayStation prototype.
You can go here to download the game for yourself. It is an SFC ROM file that can run on the SNES with a flashcard. It is doubtful the team actually tested it out on a real Nintendo PlayStation, considering there were very little prototypes, but one can hope.