Console Portraits: A 40-Year Pictorial History of Gaming

May 16, 2007 at 6:29 am Leave a comment

Console Portraits: A 40-Year Pictorial History of Gaming

This is a great time-travel article about console video gaming. I got a kick out of it because I remember when my father bought a Magnavox Odyssey, which was the first commercial video game console. I still remember the colored screen overlays you stuck to your TV to make the black-and-white line graphics slightly more interesting… It was actually amazingly cool at the time, even though it looks quite laughable today.

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