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A CD-ROM is a type of optical disc media that usually allows for about 700 megabytes of storage space. These were used to replace floppy disks once games and programs became too large. The PlayStation also used CD-ROMs instead of cartridges like Nintendo used, because Sony favoured the increased storage space of CD-ROMs, despite the longer access times for disc-based content.