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  • Oculus Rift: Virtual Reality

    software" since 1959. The term "reality" has been used in English since the 1540s, to mean "quality of being real. [1] Where did the innovation come from? In a world of big players like Sega and Nintendo introducing their versions of HMDs (Head Mounted Device) and immersive technologies like VR glasses and Nintendo Virtual Boy, a frustrated Luckey started working on his version of the VR device in his parent’s garage. He developed a series of prototypes before launching his 6th generation of…

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  • Grand Theft Auto V Game Analysis

    In this article I will be talking about Grand Theft Auto V (GTA-V), I will talk about the different gameplay mechanics that are found in the game which might include: rules or aims objectives, player interaction to the game and also feedback, challenges that could be found in the game, risks and rewards that the game provides. Also I will mention the narrative of the game, which will include the description of the characters that could be played, the story which the game is based on, and…

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  • Differences Between Anime And Video Games

    Anime and video games are two subjects that play an important role in both eastern and western popular culture. The ascension of both anime and video games into popular culture originated first in Japan, and eventually their influence spread across the globe. I’ve been engrossed in both subjects since I was young, and I believe my appreciation for both was no coincidence. Anime and video games, after all, have always felt similar to me, but why is that? To answer that question, I will consider…

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  • Video Game Consoles Essay

    One of the first handheld consoles in the world, was released in 1989 (TIME,1), and it was made by Nintendo too. The president didn’t come up with the idea of the Gameboy, but a custodian came up with the design of the Gameboy. This handheld device has a beautiful 8-bit Core Processing Unit (CPU) and a smooth black and white liquid crystal display (LCD) which made it equivalent in speed to the Nintendo Entertainment System (TIME,1). The Sega Genesis was saga 's first shot at gaming. It was the…

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  • History Of Nintendo

    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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  • Nintendo Koppai: A Very Brief History Of Nintendo

    were a form of playing cards. The name of the business was “Nintendo Koppai.” The company was very successful. However, in the 1950s, the company became concerned about the long term popularity of playing cards. They made a deal with the Walt Disney Company to use their characters on cards. It was successful, but eventually the business stalled. Today Nintendo is a five billion dollar company. The industry has come a long way since “Nintendo Koppai.” That change has had a large impact on our…

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  • Pinball: The Evolution Of The Baffle Ball In The 1940's

    The concept that created video game consoles was based out of an idea. As technology continues to grow, it will always contain the origin of where the idea came from. For most people, they would think that Pong was the first video game that was invented. However, before Pong, there was the pinball. The creator David Gottlieb who made “Baffle ball” gave an inspiration to the evolution of video game. (Kent 2) Baffle Ball was similar to pinball because it is basically the same concept. The only…

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  • Woman By Maya Angelou Analysis

    The years of the 1970’s is famous for the groovy bell-bottoms, the rise of disco and how could anyone forget, the invention of video games. However, it wasn’t all fun and games. It was an era of economic struggle and cultural change. Many American groups fought for social and political rights, one being a combat for women rights. Women are being objectified by men and politics. They did not have the right to vote, to hold public office, to have reproductive rights, to work or to have fair wages,…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Interest With The Open Source Operating System

    Upon finding out I had to use a Linux for a week I was a little concerned. I have had prior interest with the open source operating system but never enough to actually want to put it on my machine.I have read and heard horror stories that certain drivers couldn 't be found or that wireless couldn 't be enabled in the system due to multiple reasons. But, I went in with an open mind and was pleasntly surprised with the outcome and ease of access that Ubuntu made available to me. Installation was…

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  • Donkey Kong Case Study

    successful Arcade game of a small Japanese manufacturer, Nintendo. The game saw the first appearance of Mario. In the game Mario had to jump the construction sites to protect his girlfriend from Donkey Kong. Atari turned down the offer from Nintendo to license Donkey Kong as they thought the asking price was too high. At that time Atari had an 88% profit margin on the cartridges Atari was making and Nintendo was asking for $2 per cartridge. Nintendo later sold the rights of Donkey Kong to…

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