The History of Game Systems

history of game systems, game systems, gameIt’s hard to believe that game systems were around in the 70s but even though they were available they were not affordable much. They were really only for the rich people. The consoles were more affordable in the 80s at which time, almost all income brackets worth of people were able to purchase one and be able to afford the games that went with them.

 

 

1972 Autumn– Magnavox released the Odyssey.

1975– Magnavox releases the Odyssey 200, an upgraded version of the Odyssey 100.

1975– Universal Research Labs releases the Video Action

1975 Autumn– Executive Games releases Electronic Television Tennis

1975– Sears sells the first Atari Pong systems under the label Tele-Games.

1975– Atari releases the Atari Pong

1976 Summer- Coleco releases the Telstar

1976 August– Fairchild Semiconductor releases the Channel F

1976– Magnavox releases the Odyssey 300

1976– Atari releases Atari Pong Doubles and Atari Super Pong

1976– Universal Research Labs releases the Video Action III

1976– Entex releases the Gameroom Tele-Pong

1976– General Home Products releases the Wonder Wizard, an Odyssey 300 clone

1976– Atari releases the Super Pong Ten

1977 January– RCA releases the Studio II

1977– Coleco releases the Telstar Arcade

1977 July– Atari releases the VCS, later called the 2600

1977– Nintendo releases the Color TV Game series

1977– Coleco releases Telstar Combat! a tank-themed console

1977– Atari releases the Super Pong Pro-Am, Super Pong Pro-Am Ten, Ultra Pong, Ultra Pong Doubles, and Stunt Cycle

1977 September– Bally releases the Bally Professional Arcade, later renamed the Astrocade

1977– Coleco releases the Telstar Alpha, Telstar Colormatic and Telstar Ranger

1978– Coleco releases the Telstar Gemini, the Telstar Colortron, and the Telstar Marksman

1978– Magnavox releases the Odyssey

1978– APF releases the APF-M1000

1979– Mattel releases the Intellivisiongame system, history of game systems

1979– Milton Bradley releases the Microvision

1980–           Nintendo releases the Game & Watch

1982 March– Emerson releases the Arcadia 2001

1982 June– Coleco releases the ColecoVision

1982 June– General Consumer Electronics releases the Vectrex

1982 Summer– Atari releases the 5200 SuperSystem

1982– Coleco releases the Gemini 1983 Bentley releases the Compu-vision

1983– DMS releases the Telesports Mini

1985 October 18– Nintendo releases the Nintendo Entertainment System

1986 June– Sega releases the Master System

1986– Atari releases the Atari 7800

1987– Worlds of Wonder releases the Action Max

1989 June– Nintendo releases the Game Boygamer, game systems, history of game systems, gameboy, nintendo

1989 August– Sega releases the Sega Genesis

1989– NEC releases the TurboGrafx-16

1989 September– Atari releases the hand-held Lynx

1990– SNK releases the Neo Geo

1991 April 26– Sega releases the hand-held Sega Game Gear August Nintendo releases the Super Nintendo Entertainment System

1991– Philips releases the CD-i

1991–          Sega releases the Sega CD add-on for the Sega Genesis

1992 October 10– NEC releases the TurboDuo

1993–              Pioneer releases the LaserActive

September 17– Commodore releases the Amiga CD32 October Panasonic releases the FZ-1, the first model of the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer

1993 November–      Atari releases the Atari Jaguar

1994 March– Sega releases the Genesis CDX

1994–          SNK releases the Neo-Geo CD

1995–         Sega releases the 32X add-on for the Sega Genesis

1995 May– Sega releases the Saturn

1995–         Atari releases the Jaguar CD add-on

1995 August– Nintendo releases the Virtual Boy

1995 September– Sony releases the PlayStation

1995 October–      Sega releases the Nomad

1995 December– Bandai releases the Apple Pippin

1996 September 29– Nintendo releases the Nintendo 64

1998 November 18– Nintendo releases the Game Boy Color

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1998 May 30 –              SNK releases the Neo Geo Pocket

1999–              SNK releases the Neo Geo Pocket Color

1999 September 9– Sega releases the Dreamcast

1999 March 30–             Nintendo releases the Nintendo 64DD add-on

2000 October 26– Sony releases the PlayStation

2000 June 21– Nintendo releases the Game Boy Advance

2001 November 15– Microsoft releases the Xbox

2001 November 18– Nintendo releases the Nintendo GameCube

2001 March 23–        Nintendo releases the Game Boy Advance SP

2004 November 21– Nintendo releases the Nintendo DS

2005 March 24–     Sony releases the PlayStation Portable (PSP)

2005–              Nintendo releases the Game Boy Micro

2005 November 22– Microsoft releases the Xbox 360

2006 June 11–     Nintendo releases the Nintendo DS Lite

2006 November 17– Sony releases the PlayStation 3

2006 November 19– Nintendo releases the Wii

2009 April 5– Nintendo releases the Nintendo DSi

2009 November 21– Nintendo releases the Nintendo DSi XL

2009–            Sony releases the PSP Go

2011 March 27– Nintendo releases the 3DS

2012 February 22– Sony releases the PS Vita

2012 November 18– Nintendo releases the Wii U

2012–          Nintendo releases the Wii Mini

2013–     Nintendo releases the Nintendo 2DS

2013 November 15– Sony releases the PlayStation 4

2013 November 22– Microsoft releases the Xbox One

2014–    Nintendo releases the New Nintendo 3DS XL

2015 September 25– Nintendo releases the New Nintendo 3DShistory of game systems, game systems

2016 August 2– Microsoft releases the Xbox One S

2016 September 15– Sony releases the PlayStation 4 Slim

2016 November 10– Sony releases the PlayStation 4 Pro

2017 March 3– Nintendo releases the Nintendo Switch

2017 July 28– Nintendo releases the New Nintendo 2DS XL

2017 November 22–     Microsoft releases the Xbox One X

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