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Emejackson 12-19-2011 07:07 AM

History of video game:
At first the video games are introduced in the period of 1940s. In 1947, Thomas T.Goldsmith.Jr. and Estle Ray Mann innovated this video games, which is used by “Cathode ray tube amusement device”. Until 1970-1980 the video games are not popular one for all. The name of first video game introduced is arcade.

Video game console is a device which is specially made for playing game through customized computer system. This customized computer system will create a video signal which is used for display the video game.

It was not till 1972 that Magnavox released the primary home video game console that might be connected to a TV set—the Magnavox Odyssey, invented by Ralph H. Baer.
Magnavox Odyssey 1972
Ping-o-Tronic 1974
Coleco Telstar 1976
Philips Odyssey 1976
Pong 1976
Radio Shack TV Scoreboard 1976
Color TV Game 6 (Japan Only) 1977
Color TV Game 15 (Japan Only) 1978
Color TV Racing 112 (Japan Only) 1978
Color TV Game Block Breaker (Japan Only) 1979
Computer TV Game (Japan Only) 1980
BSS 01 (DDR only) 1980
Consoles of the early 1970s

Fairchild released the Fairchild Video Entertainment System (VES) in 1976. Whereas there had been previous game consoles that used cartridges, either the cartridges had no info and served a similar perform as flipping switches (the Odyssey) or the console itself was empty and also the cartridge contained all of the sport elements. The VES, however, contained a programmable microprocessor therefore its cartridges solely required one ROM chip to store microprocessor directions.
Fairchild Channel F / Video Entertainment System (VES) 1976
Channel F System II 1979
RCA Studio II 1976
Atari 2600 / Atari Video Computer System (VCS) / Sears Video Arcade 1977
Atari 2600 Jr. 1986
Atari 2800 / Sears Video Arcade II (Japan Only) 1983
Coleco Gemini (Atari 2600 hardware clone) 1982
Bally Astrocade 1977
Interton VC 4000 1978
Magnavox Odyssey˛ 1978
APF Imagination Machine 1979
Microvision 1979
Game & Watch 1980
Intellivision 1980
PlayCable 1981
Bandai Super Vision 8000 1979
Intellivision II 1983
CreatiVision 1981
Epoch Cassette Vision 1981
Super Cassette Vision 1984
Emerson Arcadia 2001 (Leisure Vision in Canada) 1982
Atari 5200 1982
Atari 5100/Atari 5200 Jr. 1982
ColecoVision 1982
Commodore MAX Machine 1982
Entex Adventure Vision 1982
Vectrex 1982

In 1983, Nintendo released the Family laptop (or Famicom) in Japan. just like the ColecoVision, the Famicom supported high-resolution sprites and tiled backgrounds, however with additional colours. This allowed Famicom games to be longer and have additional detailed graphics. Some of most famous video game console in third generation are a follows:

RDI Halcyon 1985
PV-1000 1983
Commodore 64GS 1990
Amstrad GX4000 1990
Atari 7800 1986
Atari XEGS 1987
Sega SG-1000 1983
Sega SG-1000 II 1984
Sega Master System, Sega Mark III 1985
Sega Master System II 1992
Sega Master System III 1997
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Famicom 1983
C1 NES TV / Sharp Nintendo Television 1983
NES-101 / AV Famicom 1993
Famicom Disk System (Japan Only) 1986
Zemmix 1985
Action Max 1987

Sega regained market share by releasing its next-generation console, the Mega Drive/Genesis, that was released in Japan on October twenty nine, 1988, in the U.S. in August 1989 (renamed because the Sega Genesis) and in Europe in 1990, 2 years before Nintendo might unleash the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). Some of most popular video game console are as follows:
Sega Mega Drive / Sega Genesis 1988
Sega Mega Drive II 1993
Sega Genesis II (North America Only) 1994
Sega Genesis 3 (Americas) 1998
Mega-CD/Sega CD 1991
Sega 32X 1994
Sega Game Gear 1991
TV Boy 1992
TV Boy 2 1995
Super TV-Boy 1995
Atari Lynx 1989
Action Gamemaster Unreleased, aprox. 1992
PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 1987
TurboGrafx-CD 1990
TurboExpress 1990
SuperGrafx 1989
Neo-Geo 1990
Neo-Geo CD 1994
Neo-Geo CDZ 1994
Commodore CDTV 1991
Memorex VIS 1992
Game Boy 1989
Game Boy Pocket 1996
Game Boy Light (Japan Only) 1997
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) / Super Famicom 1990
SF-1 SNES TV (Japan Only) 1990
SNES 2 / Super Famicom Jr. 1997
Satellaview (Japan Only) 1993
Super Game Boy 1994,
Super Game Boy 2 1998
FM Towns Marty (Japan Only) 1991
CD-i 1991
TurboDuo / PC Engine Duo 1992
Supervision 1992
Mega Duck/Cougar Boy 1993
Pioneer LaserActive 1993
Sega Nomad 1995
Super A'Can 1995

There are so many games we are having to welcome on 2012. Each one is very exciting as well as very interesting to play. The following are some of the games which I know:
Street Fighter X Tekken - March 6, 2012

Mass Effect 3 - March 6, 2012

Uncharted: Golden Abyss - Feb. 22, 2012

Syndicate - Feb. 21, 2012

SSX - Feb. 14, 2012

The Darkness II - Feb. 7, 2012

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - Feb. 7, 2012

Final Fantasy XIII-2 - Jan. 31, 2012

Borderlands 2 - Expected: 2012

Guild Wars 2 - Expected: 2012

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Expected: 2012

Torchlight II - Expected: 2012

Tomb Raider - Expected: Q4 2012

Max Payne 3 - Expected: 2012

BioShock Infinite - Expected: 2012

Darksiders II - Expected: Q4 2012

Diablo III - Expected: Q1 2012

Prey 2 - Expected: 2012

Luigi's Mansion 2 - Expected: 2012


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