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  • The Transformation Of Nintendo 64 To The Playstation 4

    the most would be between the Nintendo 64 to the PlayStation 4 consoles. The Nintendo 64 was a stepping stone for modern day gaming such as the PlayStation 4. The Nintendo 64 controller was very unique at the time. The controller itself was shaped like an M with the middle part of the M being longer than the other two parts. The controller had a 4 foot wire attached to it along with a memory card holder on the controller in case people wanted to make their games saves there. Underneath the controller was the z button with was hidden so during shooting games the other players couldn’t see when someone was going to shoot them. Along with a directional pad the controller included something known as the C buttons. These buttons are 4 individual buttons that have the 4 directions (up, down, left, right) and are yellow. These…

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  • Evolution Of The 80's

    is know as one of the first gaming companies making it a major influence in the expansion of gaming. Now, with all the different types that were developed, the one that really stands out in the 80`s is the Nintendo home gaming system, which continues to be a success today. The Atari the starter of the huge out pour of games was developed in the early 1970`s, it really began to jump start with the constructed of the Atari 2600(“Atari”). This was the a home console with the ability to…

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  • Video Game Argumentative Essay

    Nintendo was founded in 1889 by a Japanese man known as Fusajiro Yamauchi. Nintendo’s headquarters is located in Kyoto, Japan. Before Nintendo created video games and video game consoles, Nintendo manufactured and patented some of the earliest trading card games. Nintendo did not actually begin making video games until 1977 with the release of their Color TV Game 6 video game system. This was a revolutionary console due to the fact that it was capable of playing six different games, these games…

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  • The History And Evolution Of The Video Game Industry

    Among its new features was a touch screen. The device sold well and Nintendo is still producing new models to this day. Then Sony’s handheld, the PlayStation Portable, was released on March 24, 2005. Sony manufactured other variations of the PlayStation Portable, and there new handheld the PS vita. The PlayStation 4 (or PS4) is a video game console developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. Announced as the successor to the PlayStation 3 during a press conference, it was launched on…

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  • The Video Game Industry

    Given the strength and diversity of the video game industry today, it is hard to believe that it almost failed completely in the United States. Thankfully, Japan and three of its major entertainment companies, Nintendo, SEGA, and Sony revived it. When it looked as if all hope was lost, Nintendo and SEGA entered the market and rescued the American video game industry. Their innovation and creativity transformed the industry and the impact is still felt today. Sony later entered the market and…

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  • Video Game Industry Essay

    Microsoft publisher the Xbox 360, Sony published the Play Station 3 and Nintendo published the Nintendo Wii. These new consoles made a massive increase in the gaming Market this is because they were the first consoles in which you interact with other all around the world being able to talk, play and even visually seeing others, they were also it was the first time you could also play your games in High Definition (HD). High definition makes a huge difference while gaming because the camera is…

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  • How Video Games Have Changed Over The Years

    (“Evolution”). The 70’s were good years for the industry, but it wasn’t until the early 80s that a major player would step into the scene. The iconic company called Nintendo would arise with the release of the Nintendo Color T.V. Game series. Around 1985 Atari and Sega were doing good in the business, but they had some major competition; with the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System or the NES for short, Nintendo broke major ground. Today with all of the new technology and gadgets, the…

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  • Violent Video Games In College Students

    great part in not only a teenager’s life but also that of an adult’s. People have always tried to find way to entertain themselves and what better way to do so than with video games. Video games first started with very old, very huge, and very slow computers running games as simple as tic-tac-toe (950 Glazer). Of course increase in technology and the strive to bring video games to the public led to the creation of the first extremely popular home console known as the Atari 2600 (950 Glazer). The…

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  • Nintendo Life Cycle

    cycle) Introduction stage Nintendo Ds was originally called “playing cards” when it was founded in the 1890’s. It was one of the pioneer video consoles in the early 1980’s. Nintendo became extremely popular once it introduced the ultimate famous game, Mario Boys. Nintendo had came out with “ The Gameboy ”( which was a huge success) before the Nintendo DS. Therefore, starting out, Nintendo already had a market of consumers who wanted to get the upgrade from their original Gameboy thus, using…

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  • Pokemon Go

    is designed and implemented? 3 1.3. How did Nintendo brand get its fame? 4 2.1 Why did Pokémon Go get huge success? 6 3.1. Pokémon Go’s impact on Nintendo brand 7 4. Customer view on Pokémon Go: 9 5. Conclusion: 10 1.1 Introduction: 1.2. What Pokémon Go is? Pokémon GO is an amazing interactive and innovative idea in the world of game by Nintendo. It’s a gaming platform developed in July 6, 2016. This game uses phone set plus current location with activated GPRS on phone to allocate the…

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