While sorting through my house, I came across a bootleg that I recall buying at a market in London back in the millennium. As a young child, I had my own money to spend because it was a holiday, (vacation in America), I had £15. The game itself was £5. Luckily they didn't want retail price. (I was pretty much paying for the plastic case). And of course It didn't work, because for most bootlegs you need to have a modded PS1 unless it was the highest quality of bootlegs where they bothered to make the game work on normal PS1's. In fact the quality of the bootleg was so bad, they didn't bother with a label on the CD: That's the CD. It says Spyro 1 on it, because I think at the time i bought it, the guy must've recently burned it on the CD, and at the time there was Spyro 2 out, and 3 was right around the corner. Now for the case, summed up in 1 word. Shit. The image quality is more terrible in person, it's blurry as hell. And looks like their printer was low on ink. Front: They ignored that the sheet was too small for the case. And it looks like your standard bootleg cover art that is just a cropped image without the legal stuff. Spine: Just black with Spyro The Dragon written down it, nothing interesting. Back: This is the funniest part, because they just cut off all the legal stuff, and barcode, and just kept the main attraction. One thing they did modify is they copied and pasted the controller and player info in the corner. The hysterical part: "SOMY". The bootlegger decided to go and change the N in SONY to an M, to avoid more copyright. This is why I'm keeping this, mainly cause of that reason. The content of the disc: As I stated above, I couldn't play it because I had an unmodified system. But now I can run it through an emulator, to see what the disc is all about. When I boot it up, it comes up with this: A trainer menu? Seems like the bootlegger wanted to give me a nice surprise . But yeah, that's what I wanted to show you, a bootleg gem of mine.. Do you guys own any PSX bootlegs??