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    The Legend of Zelda series is one of the most popular, loved and influential video game series on this planet. So many kids of the 80's, 90's and the 2000's have grown up with these games and the adventures that Link and Zelda get themselves into. This series means an immense amount to a lot of people and honestly, I feel that The Legend of Zelda series means more to me than it does to anybody else on this Earth. When I was in my mothers womb she would lay on the couch and watch my father play Zelda 1 and Zelda 2 on the Nintendo Entertainment System. My father would play Zelda 2 with my brother all the time and he taught him all the secrets of that game from beginning to the end. My father passed his love of Zelda and video games onto us…

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    Atari is a video game company that was founded by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney in 1972 and together with amazing programmers such as Allan Alcorn they would go on to create some of best arcade games of all time (Atari History). Some examples include Pong, Asteroids, Centipede and many others. With all of their Arcade hits Atari quickly grew to be a successful company but their biggest hit wouldn’t come until 1977 with the release of the Atari 2600. The Atari 2600 was a machine that brought…

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    Nintendo Vs. Sony Nintendo and Sony. These two rival companies have played a huge part in the advancement of video games for the past 20 years. Nintendo, a video game manufacturer and licenser, and Sony, an electronics and media producer. Nintendo and Sony share huge differences and similarities, from innovations to producing in-house games, these two computer electronics corporations know games and they know their consumers. Nintendo, developed their first video game and home console in 1985…

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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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    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 first 16-bit console in the world which made it popular for its time (TIME,1). Its…

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    Positive Impact Of The NES

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    slice of the gaming pie. The fact that basically anyone could design and sell hastily-coded Atari 2600 with no interference from or cooperation with Atari led to a game market flooded with shovelware and to clearance bins filled with unsellable junk. This in turn led to gun-shy retailers and consumers.” (Cunningham). Everybody thought the home console gaming industry was long gone, but then the savior of the gaming industry arrived, the NES. When Nintendo released the NES in America they…

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    placed on the surface of the game (Dillon, 2011). In 1950, Claude Shannon, a mathematician constructed the first computer program (Dillon, 2011). When applied to a computer game, the program allowed individuals to play chess against the computer during a time when computer performance and capabilities were incapable of such an action. In 1983, Nintendo introduced their interpretation of a video game console, Famicom in Japan (kent, 2001). Through trial and error with Famicom, the computer based…

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    Intellisvision and the Nintendo Entertainment System. (“A History of Video Game Consoles”) It was in 1989 where the first ever portable console was created. It was called the Game Boy. This was the first console made to have everything needed to be able to play it. This means that the speaker, the screen and the controls are all included on the console itself.(Steinbock 150) The next few years, after the first portable console came out, more company has emerge such as Nintendo, Sony and…

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    at your friend’s house to play his brand new awesome Kinect system. Of course you are really enjoying it and it’s probably the best thing ever. But you can’t help to be curious about such a complex thing, you may not wander on it but there is that little spot in your brain that just makes you wonder about these ingenious inventions. Almost everyone here today is probably familiar with the most famous and exquisite game consoles. Today’s technology has enabled us to create some of the most…

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    Bibliography for Professional Skills Report by Eamonn Hannon 1. Harris, B. (2014). Console Wars: Sega Vs Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation. London: Atlantic Books. This book is a general history of the 'console war' between Nintendo's Super Nintendo Entertainment System console and Sega's Genesis/Mega Drive console, showing the viewpoint of various Nintendo and Sega employees, along with others involved in the game industry at the time. The book contains a lot of technical…

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