Emotion Engine

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The Emotion Engine used in Playstation 2 gaming console is a central processing unit developed and manufactured by Sony Computer Entertainment and Toshiba. It was also used in early PlayStation 3 models sold in Japan and North America (Model Numbers CECHAxx & CECHBxx) to provide PlayStation 2 game backward compatibility. Mass production of the Emotion Engine began in 1999 and ended in late 2012 with the discontinuation of the PlayStation 2.