Gaming consoles between 1950-2011

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    Gaming Consoles between 1950-2011

  • Magnavox Odyssey

    Magnavox Odyssey
    First home video game console (first generation), can play 28 games.
  • Mega Drive

    Mega Drive
    It is its company, Sega’s most successful console with a estimated range from 29 million to over 40.8 million earned.
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System

    Super Nintendo Entertainment System
    Best-selling gaming console of the 16-bit era, being a global success. It was Nintendo’s second home console (the first being Nintendo Entertainment System).
  • PlayStation

    Other than playing games, the PlayStation also contains the ability to read and play audio CDs, which can shuffle playing order, playing songs in a programmed order, or repeating a single song or the whole disk in order.
  • Nintendo 64

    Nintendo 64
    Although it is the most technically advanced console of the fifth generation, the storage media is limited as it is cartridge-based rather than of Compact Disc format. This was a disadvantage compared to Nintendo 64’s competitors.
  • Dreamcast

    First console with a built-in modern and Internet support for online playing.
  • Nintendo GameCube

    Nintendo GameCube
    Unlike its’ opponents (Playstation 2 and Xbox), the Nintendo GameCube uses miniDVD-based discs rather than full size DVDs.It does not have the DVD-Video playback and audioCD playback function as a result.
  • Xbox

    First game console with a built-in hard disk drive, which is used for game savings and content that is downloaded from Xbox live.
  • Xbox 360

    Xbox 360
    This console (from the Xbox live service) allows players to compete and play online, download arcade games, game demos, trailers, TV shows, etc. as well as the Windows Media Center multimedia.
  • Wii

    The remote for this console is a wireless controller, which can be a handheld pointing device and also detecting movements in three dimensions.