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    Generations of Consoles

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    The first console was the Magnavox Odyssey. This console played games like Pong and were not very high tech but, were revolutionary since it was the start of a new age of home entertainment. After a few years or so consoles enter a new generation ending up at the eighth generation of consoles entered less than five months ago. Many companies have risen and faded trying to play the console game and only three now stand with a possible fourth coming to play. The altercations that have come along are

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    The History of Video Game Consoles

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    game console. Atari dominated the home-market through the 70’s and 80’s.” Atari is the first big game company to emerge in U.S soil and dominated the game market. The Magnavox Odyssey sold with Magnavox tv’s and brought forth the idea that the game system only worked on their tv’s. With the arrival of Atari’s 2600 video game console they released Pong ,similar to Odyssey’s paddle and ball game, a new game that sold better than their rival, Odyssey. “Atari's position as the top video-game console brand

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    industry became the big dollar industry it is today. The history really begins in 1889 when the Marufuku Company was established to manufacture and distribute Japanese playing cards. This may not seem relevant until 1951 when they change their name to Nintendo Playing Cards. Three years later, David Rosen, a US Korean War veteran, sees the popularity of coin-operated games on military bases and starts Service Games. SEGA is put on all the games using the first two letters of Service and Games. In 1972

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    Nintendo DS Analysis

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    Introduction The product I have chosen to study is the Nintendo DS. This product is one of Nintendo’s most recently released games consoles. I will explain what the Nintendo DS does. It is a handheld games console that consists of a book like structure. It has a small LCD screen on each side. One is a touch screen and the other is a viewing screen. The console also incorporates a microphone and has Wi-Fi capabilities. This allows the user to operate the game by using a small stylus on the touch

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    first home video game system, named Odyssey, is released by Magnavox. This main games featured on this system were a light gun game and a tennis game. During the same time, a game by the name of Pong is a success in the public. It is because people wanted to play Pong in the comfort of their own homes, that they bought Odyssey. The system only sold around 100,000 units since Magnavox only sold the game system from their own stores, making consumers believe that the game system would only work on

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    Video Games - The Forgotten Art Ask any major in the fine arts for the definition of art. They're likely to tell you that it is self-expression through the use of some sort of medium. Most commonly thought of are clay for a sculpture, paint for a masterpiece, even music notes for a four-movement suite. The last thing you'd think of is a computer program for a video game. But why not? Don't video games incorporate both artwork and music? Each one is considered art, but many people consider the

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    Video Games Case Study

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    In the present time, video games make up a large part of many country’s cultures. Since the first video games produced on room-sized computers back in 19471, just what kind of things caused video games to evolve into the enormous industry of the 21st century? The advancement in video games can be largely attributed to improvements in technology, precedents set by certain integral video game companies, but was also set back by a crash in the market in 1983.   The origin of video games can be traced

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    ethical. Region Coding and Circumvention Devices DVD is not the originator of Region Coding. Video game systems have used region coding schemes since the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The original circumvention was a physical constraint such that the media for the Famicon (Japanese NES) would not physically fit into NES for other regions (and vice versa). These allowed Nintendo to control the release of software and make importing of Famicon software to other regions less desirable due

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    Atero wes medi by thi Jepenisi on thi ierly 70’s. Atero wes e pouniir on ercedi gemis end Phumi cumpatirs. Thi cumpeny medi prudacts sach es “Pung” end thi “Atero 2600”. Thisi prudacts hilp difoni thi ilictrunoc intirteonmint ondastry. Atero wes oncurpuretid on thi steti uf Celofurnoe on 1972. In 1976, Atero wes ingoniirong e flixobli vodiu gemi cunsuli tu pley ell fuar uf Atero’s gemis et thi tomi. Thi risalt wes “Thi Atero Vodiu Cumpatir Systim” ur “VCS”. In 1976, luukong fur onvisturs, Bashnill

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    The History of Video Game Music

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    The History of Video Game Music In America, video game music is seen as one of the lowest forms of entertainment and its composers are obscure and unknown to most of those who play the games, while in Japan, it is a major component of their popular culture, and composers such as Koji Kondo are treated like famed celebrities. Game music is still not widely considered an art form, and yet the compositions have become as complex and sophisticated as arrangements for film and television.

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