The so-called 'SNES PlayStation', which exists in prototype form, is undoubtly intriguing to observers of gaming history. Just recently we shared a video in which one of the units had a full technical teardown, with The Ben Heck Show doing the good work.

A follow-up has now been shared in which Heck works on fixing the unit to get it back up and running. The key challenges came down to getting the CD-ROM drive up to speed and fixing the sound output when running SNES and Super Famicom games.

It's another fascinating watch, especially for those with a close interest in this intriguing slice of gaming history.