For the past few days, we have noticed many of our readers talked about something called “Plash Speed” in the comments section of our Facebook page whenever we share reports that are related to Sony PlayStation. At that time, little did we know that the term has actually gone viral.
The term Plash Speed actually came from a Korean short animation which was uploaded into YouTube back in June 2019. However, it seems like the video only became a hit (at least among local gamers) when Wayne Wong, a local toy enthusiast reposted it up with an English subtitle on his Wayne Industry Facebook page:
Naturally, the hit video has then inspired others to come out with their own take on Plash Speed:
Even ASUS, who is well-known for its family of high-performance routers (among many of i) has chipped in:
Given that PlayStation is one of the most recognized brands throughout the world, the tale from Korea above is certainly something to behold. Then again, we are quite sure that many out there might have been in the same situation before in which they have to justify their new PlayStation to their loved ones.