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    Video Game Consoles Essay

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    The History Of Video Game Consoles Video game consoles have been around for a long time, and they have influenced how technology is for us today. Some of the earliest consoles, the Brown Box and even the Atari, have a big impact on how are video game consoles are designed for us. The Brown Box and some of the earliest consoles, have paved the way video game consoles are today and for the future. The Brown Box was released in 1970 (TIME,1) and it was one of the earliest video game consoles to date. Designed for generic televisions ( TIME,1),the Brown Box was extraordinary for its time. the brown box came with thirteen games (TIME,1) which one of them was Ping Pong. But Unfortunately the Brown Box was sold to the U.S. in 1972 and changed to…

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    History Of Nintendo

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    The history of Nintendo Video games have been around for many years with many different companies making different contributions. One of the more well-known companies would have to be Nintendo. Nintendo is the successful company it is today because of three things: The very start of the company, their gaming consoles and the influence of their characters. Nintendo has a history dating back to the late 19th century. The Nintendo Company was founded on September 23, 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi.…

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    Willy Higinbotham Essay

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    Higinbotham invents the very first video game at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York. His game, a table tennis like game, was played on an oscilloscope”( Kudler). It was made in 1958, which was played through an oscilloscope which is a device for viewing oscillations , as of electrical voltage or current, by a display on the screen of cathode ray tube. The history of games goes way back, people typically think of Pac-Man, Pong, And the first game is Tennis for Two. Video Games…

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    The history of video games goes back as far as the early 1950s. A time when arcade games and gaming consoles became mainstream. Since then, video games have become a huge sensation for people all over the world. As of 2016, there have been eight generations of video game consoles. Although most people had never seen a video game until 1971, the story of video games actually begins more than a decade earlier. In 1958, a physicist named William A. Higinbotham developed the first game on an…

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    In the world today, the PlayStation has defined how we are allowed to play action, adventure, and even simulation games. The PlayStation is probable the one of game consoles that offers everything for both gamers and typical people. It allows users to play or watch from games, movies/shows, and even browse the internet. In order to understand how the PlayStation is so excellent, we will need to know the history of the consoles, and what makes it perform at the highest level. Overall PlayStation…

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    Video games have been transformed so much thought the years. Starting from pong in the 70’s to modern day video games. As society advances so do video games and their importance in modern culture. The more complicated we make video games the more we see there is controversy around it, but that’s not the main transformation this paper will be focusing on. The transformation I see the most would be between the Nintendo 64 to the PlayStation 4 consoles. The Nintendo 64 was a stepping stone for…

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    Literature Review History of PTSD Prior to the classification by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) as a distinct mental health disorder (APA, 1980), characteristic symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder have been identified and recorded throughout history. During the late 18th and early 19th century, the industrial revolution, despite being a man-made distressing event, was one of the first cases of PTSD external to a military conflict. Throughout the industrial revolution,…

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    billion dollar industry? Video games have been around since the late 60’s. Now most of them have more computing power than the first rocket ship. Video games have evolved over the years. From 8 bit to HD, they have evolved and offer many possibilities. While sometimes the can be bad they can also be good. They help with some disorders (“Orenstein,”) and mental problems, and they also offer a very successful career if your willing to put in the work. Video games have been around for longer than…

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    Nintendo is the oldest gaming console company in the world. Nintendo has evolved in many ways, its games, graphics, gaming consoles and its accessories. Nintendo is considered the first gaming company in the world. Nintendo is one of the oldest companies in the world. It has now been 120 years and counting! Nintendo is one of the most beloved company in the world for many reasons. Nintendo started off very small as a company. The company that would become “Nintendo” was founded in 1889 by…

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    little as five to 10 years ago. Technology has improved since the beginning of time and will continue to improve until the end of time. About 30 years ago, people did not have the advanced technology used today. To research, most people only had local books to use like the encyclopedia, dictionary, and old history books. In school, the teachers had chalkboards and boxes of chalk to use. They also used overhead projectors to teach the class and for students to takes notes. As for…

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