Colllecting vintage game consoles and games : Game consols



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Colllecting vintage game consoles and games :

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Game consols

Al you need to start the hobby is money and storage for al the game consols and games and computers



Vintage Game consols




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A lot off companies have released major home video game consoles since 1972, from well-known products such as the Atari 2600 and Nintendo Entertainment System to short-lived ventures including the Vectrex and the 3DO. The top titles remain pop-culture icons: Super Mario Bros., Sonic, Halo, Call of Duty. This fall, Microsoft and Sony will release their latest efforts: the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. How do you remember the evolution of home gaming? Ping pong / tennis on your tv ? yes !!!

Video games have come a long way in a relatively short period of time. To this day, the term “video game” does not have a concrete definition, therefore ascertaining what the first video was is impossible. A popular misconception is that Pong, released in 1972, was the first video game. This is definitely incorrect, as even its creators (Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney) developed a game called Computer Space in 1971 (which isn’t the first video game, either). While Pong may not have been the first video game, first commercially successful one and ushered the video game industry into existence.

You have played video games since you were a kid and now you want to start collecting some of those games you remember so fondly. How do you start collecting video games? Where do you look to find the best deals? And how do you know how much your collection is worth? So come on and get ready to start your very own video game collection.



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Collect the games that compare to your console second hobby for the same money ! ;-)

It doesn't take very much at all to start collecting video games, you probably already have some games around your house. Those are the first additions to your collection.Many gamers decide they want to start with their favorite video game system when they were younger, maybe the NES or Super Nintendo or Atari 2600. Others focus on the more obscure consoles with lots of rare games like the Sega Saturn or Atari Jaguar.Maybe you want to collect role playing video games or some other genre. There are tens of thousands of video games to choose from though, so it is important to have some direction when you first start off.

Now you have chosen what types of video games you want to collect. So you will need to know where to find them. One of the best places to get specific video games that is eBay. They have a very wide selection of video games available so if you know specific games you are looking for it is a great place to start.

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real locations might be the best shopping for your video game collection though. Garage sales, pawn shops. swap meets, flea markets, rental stores, and clearance racks all have some video games available. The prices will usually be much better than online because the sellers don't realize they have a diamond in the rough. Look through the selections to see if they have anything available that you want. You will have to be patient to get results sometimes, but that one rare game for $1 at a garage sale.How do you know you have found a good deal though and how do you know how much your video games are worth? One of the easiest ways is to use an online video game price site . .



You should have a pretty good idea how to start your video game collection, where to find the games. Now come on get out and start your collecting. c:\users\rob\pictures\naamloos.png

This is a list of the video game industry from the early 1970s until now. And after that it will show allot of vintage computers, you maybe want to collect.

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First generation game consoles 1972–1980

Name

Release date

Manufacturer

Type

Magnavox Odyssey

1972

Magnavox

Console

Ping-o-Tronic

1974

Zanussi

Dedicated

Telstar

1976

Coleco

Dedicated

APF TV Fun

1976

APF

Dedicated

Philips Odyssey

1976

Philips

Console

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard

1976

Radio Shack

Dedicated

Binatone TV Master Mk IV

1977

Binatone

Dedicated

Color TV Game 6 (Japan only)

1977

Nintendo

Dedicated

Color TV Game 15 (Japan only)

1978

Nintendo

Dedicated

Color TV Racing 112 (Japan only)

1978

Nintendo

Dedicated

Color TV Game Block Breaker (Japan only)

1979

Nintendo

Dedicated

Computer TV Game (Japan only)

1980

Nintendo

Dedicated

BSS 01 (DDR only)

1980

VEB Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt

Dedicated




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Magnavox Odyssey, released in 1972, was the first ? video game console.



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Color TV Game, released only in Japan in 1977.



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Telstar (1976)



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APF TV Fun (1976)



Philips Odyssey

Second generation game consoles 1976-1983

Name

Release date

Manufacturer

Type

Fairchild Channel F / Video Entertainment System (VES)

1976

Fairchild

Console

Fairchild Channel F System II

1979

Fairchild

Console

RCA Studio II

1976

RCA

Console

Atari 2600 / Atari Video Computer System (VCS) / Sears Video Arcade

1977

Atari Inc.

Console

Atari 2600 Jr.

1986

Atari Inc.

Console

Atari 2800 / Sears Video Arcade II (Japan Only)

1983

.Atari, Inc

Console

Coleco Gemini (Atari 2600 hardware clone)

1982

Coleco

Console

Bally Astrocade

1977

Midway

Console

VC 4000

1978

Interton

Console

Magnavox Odyssey

1978

Magnavox Philips

Console

APF Imagination Machine

1979

APF

Console

Intellivision

1980

Mattel

Console

PlayCable

1981

Mattel

Adapter of Intellivision

Bandai Super Vision 8000

1979

Bandai

Console

Intellivision II

1983

Mattel

Console

VTech CreatiVision

1981

VTech

Console

Epoch Cassette Vision

1981

Epoch

Console

Super Cassette Vision

1984

Epoch

Console

Arcadia 2001 (Leisure Vision in Canada)

1982

Emerson Radio

Console

Atari 5200 (US Only)

1982

Atari Inc.

Console

Atari 5100/Atari 5200 Jr.

1982 (Atari 5200)

Atari Inc.

Console (prototype)

ColecoVision

1982

Coleco

Console

Entex Adventure Vision

1982

Entex

Console

Vectrex

1982

Smith Engineering

Console


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