The History of Video Games

  • The Beginning: Tennis For Two!

    The Beginning: Tennis For Two!
    American physicist William Higinbotham realizes that the visitors at Brookhaven National Laboratory are bored by non interactive displays. He creates this interactive game to attract visitors. Visitors line up by the hundreds.
  • Atari Pong Release

    The Atari was one of the earliest very popular consoles. It was a landmark in video game history.
  • Super Mario Bro's Release!

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    Reign of The Legend of Zelda!

    The Legend of Zelda is one of the longest lasting video game series ever made. It has more than 10 games, many of which won awards, and are still played today. It's most recent release was Skyward Sword, and in my opinion, the best game was Ocarina of Time.
  • The Nintendo 64.

    The Nintendo 64.
    Ranked the the ninth best video game console of all time out of 25 by IGN, the N64 is a great old console that was the original platform for many classic games.
  • Release of Ocarina of Time!

    Release of Ocarina of Time!
  • Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
    Skyrim redefines what it means to game. It is a role playing game, which means you can choose your name, race, and what kind of character you are. It is also a free roam game, which means you can roam anywhere you want on one of the largest maps of any game. Every choice you make changes the game, and there are hundreds of quests to complete.