Can you name them all?
about 2 years ago
is that first one robbie the robot?!
@mediahack: Heh, nope. Hint: it was made by Magnavox.
Atari 5200, Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Super Nintendo, Dreamcast, Super Nintendo 64, Xbox, Xbox 360, Playstation 1-2-3. Nintendo Wii.
That's all I got.
I love those!
@Farzad: Valiant effort, sir. Just 18 left ;)
What? No Kempston Competition Pro 5000 (admittedly not a console) …
Adding to the mix NES, Master Systerm, Neo Geo, Megadrive, Gamecube
This has sparked my interest. Now really want to launch a blog about the history of video game consoles; focusing on the design & technical aspects.
Reading about the Magnavox Odyssey now and it is fucking fascinating. The early gaming consoles used removable PCBs for cartridges. Cool stuff.
As always, so many things to learn and so little time.
Odyssey, Fairchild Channel F, Atari 2600, Atari 2600 Jr. (?), Intellivision (?), Colecovision, Atari 5200, Famicom, NES, SEGA Master System, Atari 7200, SEGA Megadrive, Turbo Duo, SNES, CD-i, SEGA Genesis, Atari Jaguar, 3DO (?), Neo Geo CD, SEGA Saturn, PSone, N64, Dreamcast, PS2, XBOX, XBOX (controller S), Gamecube, xbox 360, PS3, Wii.
The ones with "(?)" at the end are the ones I'm not 100% sure about.
@Andrew-David: Wow, pretty close! You missed the Odyssey2 and Atari 7800 (not 7200). Otherwise, boom :)
Damn, the 7200 was actually a typo :P
Make a game where I play these consoles. I command you.
Very nice. Ah, the memories ;)
SNES had the best feel.
@James: Oddly enough, that's the one I'm happiest with :)
I can't name them all but this is just so bad ass!
damn fun to watch this :D
Is the second one a lightsaber? ;)
wheres the vectrex?!
@Marshall: I'd say you nailed them all.
@Lucas: Haha, yeah, I almost included that one. But "abridged." :)
Holy f*ck! I'm surprised this hasn't got like 900+ likes...
This would make an awesome print.
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