Video Gameplay Of Video Games

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Video Gaming has played a major factor for video gamers worldwide, this brings the expertise of video game developers to develop the next generation of video games. Video gamers(?) in Japan and the United States share the enjoyment in playing video games. What is the history behind video games? What are the prices of video games in Japanese? What are the prices of video games in the United States? How are American and Japanese video games are different? There are similarities and differences in both cultures in video games. The history behind video games all started with theis console, invented was a rectangular brown cube with two attached controllers, and its name was “Brown Box”. Ralph H. Baer was the inventor of this console, which it was released in 1967. He made it to where it can be connected to any ordinary television set. They were six games for this console including: Ping-Pong, tennis, handball, volleyball, chase games and a light-gun game. In 1975, Atari marketed the PONG arcade machine. In the same year Magnavox released Odyssey 100 and 200. Nintendo released its first console in Japan in 1977. In the 1980’s video games became very popular. Many people became bored of the PONG like games and wanted something new. They made games such as Pac-man (1980), Mario Bros (1983), The Legend of Zelda (1986), Final Fantasy (1987), Golden Axe (1988), etc. The video game industry soon shifted to making cartridge video games instead of built in games (this is a direct
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