Difference between revisions of "Video game console"

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Revision as of 10:58, 20 November 2019

A video game console is an electronic device designed primarily to play video games. Video game consoles for consumer use have been sold since 1972.

My family's first video game console was a used Atari 2600 with a bunch of games which my parents got at a garage sale around 1985. In 1988, my brother and I pooled our money to buy a Nintendo Entertainment System. In 1992, I received a Super Nintendo Entertainment System as a Christmas present. The was the last system I bought shortly after it came out. I have bought a couple other consoles used, but I almost never use them and prefer to game on my computer using emulators.

Home Consoles

Handheld Consoles

Media

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