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A Brief History of Video Games
Facebook: http://facebook.com/XboxAhoy Twitter: http://twitter.com/xboxahoy The entire history of video games, from their earliest origins all the way up to the end of the seventh generation, in 2013. Emerging from engineering experimentation, the earliest titles such as Tennis for Two, Space War! and Pong helped to establish the roots of the industry. Early arcade classics built on this, with titles like Breakout, Space Invaders, Asteroids and Pac-Man breaking into the mainstream and remaining legendary today. Early PC titles such as Maze War, Zork and Rogue helped define new genres: and while Atari 2600 version of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial might have been disappointing, hobbyist coders continued with aplomb - giving rise to titles like Elite, Exile and Tetris. The video game crash of 1983 dampened the home market, but arcades remained strong: Donkey Kong, Dig-Dug, Pole-Position, Q*Bert and Mario Bros. all successfully sucking quarters from people's pockets. The mid-80s saw the rise of the Nintendo home console, starting with Super Mario Brothers and continuing with games like The Legend of Zelda, Castlevania, Metroid, Mega-Man, Metal Gear and Final Fantasy. Dragon's Lair use of laserdisc technology gave the arcade unit graphics like none other - but a new wave of 16-bit machines would wow home users, with games such as Dungeon Master, Sim City, Shadow of The Beast and The Secret of Monkey Island. The 1990s saw the 16-bit machines come into their own, with colourful sprites of a scale not seen before: Sonic The Hedgehog, Street Fighter 2, and Lemmings. Strategy games did well in this era, with the first instalment of Sid Meier's Civilization and the XCOM turn-based alien tactics of UFO: Enemy Unknown. Dune 2 saw the dawn of the RTS genre, and Wolfenstein 3D did something similar for first person shooters, and marks id's genre-defining path through Doom and Quake. Myst was a mite more sedate, Tekken was a 3D rival to Street Fighter, Marathon a Macintosh rival to Doom and Star Fox invited barrel rolls aplenty. The late 90s saw Nintendo go from strength to strength, with exclusives such as Super Mario 64, Chrono Trigger, Pokemon, Goldeneye, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Sony responded in kind with the PlayStation, and a new era of titles such as Wipeout, Resident Evil, Gran Turismo and Grand Theft Auto. Valve shook up the PC scene with 1998's Half Life, and Blizzard did something similar with Starcraft for the RTS genre. The new milennium was a good time for PC gamers, with a wave of legendary FPS games such as Unreal Tournament, Quake 3 Arena, and Counter-Strike - and a host of other exclusives in Grim Fandango, Diablo 2, Deus Ex, The Sims, and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell. A new wave of consoles brought some new exclusives: Bungie's Xbox launch title, Halo - the much loved Metroid Prime and Kingdom Hearts - and for a brief time, Grand Theft Auto 3. Infinity Ward embarked on a remarkably successful franchise with Call of Duty, Blizzard single-handedly popularised MMORPGs with World of Warcraft, and Harmonix introduced a sudden need for plastic guitar peripherals with Guitar Hero. The PS2 had a couple of good games left in it, with the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 4 - and artful Shadow of the Colossus. 2006 saw a new generation of consoles, and a new wave of shooters: Gears of War, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Halo 3, Bioshock, Grand Theft Auto 4 and Fallout 3. It wasn't all blood and guts, however - with more family friendly titles like Wii Sports, The Orange Box / Portal, and LittleBigPlanet. Hardcore games broached the mainstream, too - with titles like Bayonetta and Dark Souls proving popular without pandering to all audiences. The rise of the indie game was perhaps unexpected, but provided welcome relief from the monotony of the mainstream - gems like Journey, Fez and Minecraft perhaps the most notable examples. We bid farewell to Gen 7 with impressive open world titles such as Red Dead Redemption and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - and the impressively detailed settings of games like Bioshock Infinite and The Last of Us.
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Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession [2004]
Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession is a 2004 documentary exploring the history of the video game, from the arcade and all the way to the Xbox, hosted by skateboard legend Tony Hawk. Please visit : http://gameplayerspecial.com Like Us on facebook : https://www.facebook.com/GamePlayerSpecial Thank you !!!!
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Thumb Candy - The history of computer games 2000
Thumb Candy was a Channel 4 documentary about the history of computer games which was made by Talkback in 2000. It was hosted by Iain Lee who interviewed the people who were involved in creating the first big video games. The programme features interviews with: * Steve Russell - creator of Spacewar! * Nolan Bushnell of Atari * Al Alcorn - creator of Pong * Toshihiro Nishikado - creator of Space Invaders * Ed Logg - creator of Asteroids * Toru Iwatani - creator of Pac-Man * Clive Sinclair discussing the ZX Spectrum * Matthew Smith on Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy * Shigeru Miyamoto on Donkey Kong * Alexey Pazhitnov on Tetris * Toby Gard on the Tomb Raider video game series * Steven Poole, author of Trigger Happy
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Evolution of Video Game Graphics 1952 - 2015
This is all the best games from every year 1952-2015 Here is the list: 1952: Nimrod Computer Game 1958: Tennis For Two 1971: Computer Space 1972: Pong 1973: Space Race 1974: Clean Sweep 1975: Anti-Ai 1976: Blockade 1977: Indy 500 1978: Sea Wolf 2 1979: Crash 1980: Pac-Man 1981: Ms. Pacman 1982: Paratrooper 1983: Super Gridder 1983: Hunchback 1984: Sokoban 1985: Super Mario Bros 1986: Outrun 1987: Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards 1988: Super Mario Bros 3 1989: Xenon 2 1990: Prince Of Persia 1991: Prehistorik 1992: Wolfenstein 3D 1993: Day of the Tentacle 1994: The Lion King 1995: Command & Conquer 1996: Tomb Raider 1997: Gta 1998: Half Life 1999: Quake 3 2000: Max Payne 2001: Gta 3 2002: Serious Sam: The First Encounter 2003: Medal Of Honor Allied Assault 2004: Half Life 2 2005: World Of Warcraft 2006: Need For Speed Most Wanted 2007: Crysis 2008: Assassin's Creed 2009: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 2010: Red Dead Redemption 2011: World Of Tanks 2012: Battlefield 3 2013: Gta 5 2014: Wolfenstein The New Order 2015: Tom Clancy's The Division
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Evolution of Video Games 1958-2018
Evolution of Video Games 1958-2018 Tennis for Two 1958 Spacewar 1962 MISSILE 1969 Computer Space 1971 Pong 1972 Space Race 1973 Gran Trak 10 (1974) Gun Fight 1975 Death Race 1976 Combat 1977 Space Invaders 1978 Asteroids 1979 Pac-Man 1980 Donkey Kong 1981 Q*bert 1982 Bomberman 1983 Starwars 1983 Teteris 1984 Paperboy 1984 Duck Hunt 1984 Super Mario Bros 1985 The Legend of Zelda 1986 Metroid 1986 Castlevania 1986 Mike Tyson's Punch-Out 1987 Mega Man 1987 Contra 1987 Street Fighter 1987 Ghouls'n Ghosts 1988 DuckTales 1989 Prince of Persia 1989 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1989 Smash TV 1990 Castle of Illusion 1990 Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 Mortal Kombat 1992 Super Mario Kart 1992 Doom 1993 Aladdin 1993 Tekken 1994 Chrono Trigger 1995 Rayman 1995 Duke Nukem 3D 1996 Crash Bandicoot 1996 Age of Empires 1997 GoldenEye 007 (1997) Tomb Raider II 1997 Half-Life 1998 Metal Gear Solid 1998 EverQuest 1999 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1999 Deus Ex 2000 Banjo-Tooie 2000 Max Payne 2001 Final Fantasy X 2001 Super Smash Bros. Melee 2001 Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire 2002 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 2002 Battlefield 1942 (2002) The Simpsons: Hit & Run 2003 Lieage 2 (2003) Counter-Strike 1.6 (2003) World of Warcraft 2004 Halo 2 (2004) Burnout 3 (2004) Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (2004) Call of Duty 2 2005 Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2005 Shadow of the Colossus 2005 Hitman: Blood Money 2006 Bully 2006 BioShock 2007 Team Fortress 2 (2007) Mass Effect 2007 Fallout 3 (2008) Runescape HD 2008 Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2008 Crysis 2008 Minecraft 2009 League of Legends 2009 Assassin's Creed 2 (2009) God of War III 2010 Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep 2010 Red Dead Redemption 2010 Portal 2 (2011) Dark Souls 2011 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 2011 Guild Wars 2 (2012) Dishonored 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man 2012 The Last Of Us 2013 Dota 2 (2013) Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2013 Grand Theft Auto V 2013 Destiny 2014 Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor 2014 Forza 2 Horizon 2014 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt 2015 Star Wars Battlefront 2015 Batman: Arkham Knight 2015 Uncharted 4 (2016) titanfall 2 (2016) Overwatch 2016 Resident Evil 7 (2017) Horizon Zero Dawn 2017 Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus 2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds 2017 Monster Hunter: World 2018 Far Cry 5 (2018) Anthem 2018
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A Brief History of Graphics
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Charlie Brookers GamesWipe (Comedic History of Computer Games) (Complete)
British Comedian, Columnist and Writer Charlie Brooker tells a somewhat British (and funny) history of Computer Games
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A brief history of video games (Part I) - Safwat Saleem
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/a-brief-history-of-video-games-part-i-safwat-saleem Video games are everywhere these days, but where did they actually come from? The history of video games is a complicated story that involves giant computers in science labs, the founder of Chuck E. Cheese and billions of dollars in quarters. Safwat Saleem examines the evolution of the beloved world of gaming. Lesson and animation by Safwat Saleem.
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Evolution of Video Game Graphics 1962-2017 (4K 60FPS)
Real life is starting to look pixelated. Video Games: 1962: Soacewar 1972: Pong 1973: Space Race 1974: Tv Basketball 1975: Gun Fight 1976: Death Race 1977: Canyon Bomber 1978: Space Invaders 1979: Speed Freak 1980: Pacman 1981: Donkey Kong 1982: Pole Position 1983: Tapper 1984: Duck Hunt 1985: Super Mario Bros. 1986: The Legend of Zelda 1987: Street Fighter 1988: Galaxy Force 2 1989: Prince of Persia 1990: Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion 1991: Sonic The Hedgehog 1992: Mortal Combat 1993: Doom 1994: Tekken 1995: Time Crisis 1996: Quake 1997: Gran Turismo 1997: Grand Theft Auto 1998: Half Life 1999: Unreal Tournament 2000: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 2001: Max Payne 2002: Hitman 2: Silent Assassin 2003: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 2004: Half-Life 2 2005: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas 2006: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 2007: Halo 3 2008: Left 4 Dead 2009: Batman: Arkham Asylum 2010: Bioshock 2 2011: Skyrim 2012: Far Cry 3 2013: Tomb Raider 2014: Grand Theft Auto V (Next Gen Release) 2015: Star Wars Battlefront 2016: Battlefield 1 2017: Horizon Zero Dawn
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Evolution of Alien Games 1982-2017
Evolution of Alien Games 1982-2017 Alien 1982 Alien 1984 C64 Aliens: The Computer Game 1986 Aliens: 1986 C64 Alien 1987 Aliens 1990 Alien 3 Amiga 1992 Alien 3 GB 1993 Alien vs Predator 1993 Alien vs Predator: The Last of His Clan 1993 Alien 3: The Gun 1993 Alien vs. Predator 1994 Alien Trilogy 1996 Aliens Online 1998 Aliens versus Predator 1999 Alien: Resurrection 2000 Aliens: Thanatos Encounter 2001 Aliens versus Predator 2 (2001) Aliens versus Predator 2: Primal Hunt 2002 Aliens versus Predator: Extinction 2003 Aliens: Extermination 2006 Aliens vs. Predator 2010 Aliens: Infestation 2011 Aliens: Colonial Marines 2013 Aliens: Armageddon 2014 Alien: Isolation 2014 Alien Covenant In Utero 2017 Alien Covenant 2017
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The Evolution of PC Games
From the earliest text-based adventures to the latest modern shooters, Reverse Enginears has created a stunning musical composition featuring only sounds and music from PC games. For the complete list of games shown in this video, visit the Polygon video page: http://www.theverge.com/gaming/2012/7/17/3157713/video-the-evolution-of-pc-games Reverse Enginears is a digital creative agency that specializes in A/V re-sequencing. AKA "remixes." Their remixes have been featured in advertising campaigns for Disney, Marvel and GM, and have been watched millions of times on YouTube and elsewhere. More from Polygon: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=polygon Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/polygon/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/user/polygon/playlists Like Polygon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/polygon Follow Polygon on Twitter: http://twitter.com/polygon Read more at: http://www.polygon.com
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Thrones of Britannia - a computer game that bothers with historical research!
I was tempted to a junket with the promise of food and castles and games, and I got to interview the head creator of a new game. Can you spot the typo in the end captions? Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Lindybeige Thrones of Britannia is of course not a history lesson, but a game. However, it is good to see that the creators have clothed the soldiers in period-appropriate clothing, and created the various factions that players can lead by basing them on feasible historical counterparts, albeit with a bit of massaging for the sake of game balance. This video is not a paid-for advert. I was paid nothing, but was given an appreciated invitation to the event, and had free transport AND food. In this video you will find both criticism and praise for the game, as well as discussion of things that have nothing to do with the game. Buy the music - the music played at the end of my videos is now available here: https://lindybeige.bandcamp.com/track/the-mandeville-march More weapons and armour videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA860ECD7F894424 Lindybeige: a channel of archaeology, ancient and medieval warfare, rants, swing dance, travelogues, evolution, and whatever else occurs to me to make. ▼ Follow me... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lindybeige I may have some drivel to contribute to the Twittersphere, plus you get notice of uploads. Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Lindybeige (it's a 'page' and now seems to be working). Google+: "google.com/+lindybeige" website: http://www.LloydianAspects.co.uk http://www.youtube.com/user/"Lindybeige"
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LGR - History of DRM & Copy Protection in Computer Games
An overview of copy protection and DRM schemes used in computer gaming, covering the most notable and interesting methods from the late 70's on up through today! ● Please consider helping support LGR on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/LazyGameReviews
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Early Video Game History (1948 – 1972)
Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/9FS8uF Check out the previous episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-xMYY3XG1U Become a Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/ColdFusion_TV Hi, welcome to ColdFusion (formerly known as ColdfusTion). Experience the cutting edge of the world around us in a fun relaxed atmosphere. Sources: http://www.streetdirectory.com/travel_guide/141178/gaming/the_very_first_video_game_ever_released_and_its_not_pong.html Simmons, Marlene (1975-10-09). "Bertie the Brain programmer heads science council" https://www.bnl.gov/about/history/firstvideo.php http://listverse.com/2010/05/11/15-firsts-in-video-game-history/ http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001007.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bertie_the_Brain https://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/200810/physicshistory.cfm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_history_of_video_games#cite_note-CNE-10 //Soundtrack// Intro: Jacob A & Neevald - Everything is Alright (Going Deeper Remix) Need a Name - Road to Berlin Nils Frahm - You (Teen Daze Rework) Croquet Club - Awake Orson Wells - A Connection [777_05] Outro: Ruddyp & Taquwami - Hold » Google + | http://www.google.com/+coldfustion » Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/ColdFusionTV » My music | t.guarva.com.au/BurnWater http://burnwater.bandcamp.com or » http://www.soundcloud.com/burnwater » https://www.patreon.com/ColdFusion_TV » Collection of music used in videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOrJJKW31OA Producer: Dagogo Altraide Editing website: www.cfnstudios.com Coldfusion Android Launcher: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nqr.coldfustion.com&hl=en » Twitter | @ColdFusion_TV
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Digital Pastimes - A History of Computer Games (2000)
Australian short documentary on computer games made in 2000.
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The History of Video Game Technology: 1950s to 2000 documentary
Since inception, the gaming industry has been a driving force in computer technology and video games are one of today's dominant entertainment mediums. The history of video games goes as far back as the early 1950s, when academic computer scientists began designing simple games and simulations as part of their research. Video gaming did not reach mainstream popularity until the 1970s and 1980s, when video arcade games and gaming consoles using joysticks, buttons, and other controllers, along with graphics on computer screens and home computer games were introduced to the general public. Since the 1980s, video gaming has become a popular form of entertainment and a part of modern popular culture in most parts of the world. One of the early games was Spacewar!, which was developed by computer scientists. Early arcade video games developed from 1972 to 1978. During the 1970s, the first generation of home consoles emerged, including the popular game Pong and various "clones". The 1970s was also the era of mainframe computer games. The golden age of arcade video games was from 1978 to 1982. Video arcades with large, graphics-decorated coin-operated machines were common at malls and popular, affordable home consoles such as the Atari 2600 and Intellivision enabled people to play games on their home TVs. During the 1980s, gaming computers, early online gaming and handheld LCD games emerged; this era was affected by the video game crash of 1983. From 1976 to 1992, the second generation of video consoles emerged. The third generation of consoles, which were 8-bit units, emerged from 1983 to 1995. The fourth generation of consoles, which were 16-bit models, emerged from 1987 to 1999. The 1990s saw the resurgence and decline of arcades, the transition to 3D video games, improved handheld games, and PC gaming. The fifth generation of consoles, which were 32 and 64-bit units, was from 1993 to 2006.
A Brief History of Videogames
An abridged history of video games in under three minutes. Made using only sounds, music and video from the video games themselves. Produced for Polygon.com by Reverse Enginears featuring P Sus. Reverse Enginears is a digital creative agency that specializes in A/V re-sequencing. AKA "remixes." Their remixes have been featured in advertising campaigns for Disney, Marvel and GM, and have been watched millions of times on YouTube and elsewhere. View more episodes of this video series and more at our (temporary) home: http://www.theverge.com/gaming For the full story: http://www.theverge.com/gaming/2012/6/4/3057963/a-brief-history-of-videogames More from Polygon: SUBSCRIBE! http://goo.gl/qw3Ac7 Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/polygon/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/user/polygon/playlists Like Polygon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/polygon Follow Polygon on Twitter: http://twitter.com/polygon Read more at: http://www.polygon.com
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The Story of Computer Games
This is a documentary that originally aired in the UK but later aired in the US via Discovery channel.
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The History of Video Games: 1947 - 1954
The late 1940's and early 1950's are the early, early history of video games. The programs created almost 70 years ago are barely even games by todays standards. But they are still games in some respects, and their importance to the history of video games cannot be understated. This video looks at the history of video games from 1947 through 1954, covering a few of the most important “games” and people from those years. This is… The History of Video Games: 1947 - 1954. Check out some of my other videos if you enjoyed this one: The History Of Video Games Playlist: 2014 MacBook Air Gaming Test: http://bit.ly/2014MBAGT 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fallout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEtqXOoSm98 10 Things You Didn't Know About Fallout 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k35OXhZt9Xg 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fallout 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDwdSsxOzkk 10 Things You Didn't Know About Fallout New Vegas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNJI01OA9AY 10 More Things You Didn't Know About Fallout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qu5Ix_b30w 10 Things You Didn't Know About Grand Theft Auto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nr5CKLq8VA SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter More Videos: http://bit.ly/MoreMittenSquad Click Here To Help Save A Beagle: bit.ly/SaveSomeBeagles The History of Video Games: 1947 - 1954 (in text form) Oxford’s definition of a “video game” is “A game played by electronically manipulating images produced by a computer program on a television screen or other display screen.” With that in mind, starting with a game like Pong wouldn’t be fair to the games that came before it. So we have to go back, way back, to the 1940’s. The earliest know interactive electronic game was the cathode-ray tube amusement device, invented by Thomas T Goldsmith Jr and Estle Ray Mann. When it was invented is a mystery lost to time, but a patent was filed in early 1947 for the device. It’s not technically a video games because it uses no actual computing, just analog hardware. Despite that fact, 1947 is when my history of video games officially begins. A few years later, in 1950, another very basic game was created, called Bertie the Brain, developed by Josef Kates. Bertie the Brain was a tic-tac-toe game with an adjustable difficulty and electronic display, and the user could play against the computer or Artificial Intelligence, as it’s sometimes referred. Bertie the Brain was part of a 2 week exhibition, allowing people to play it. Unfortunately, it was dismantled soon after the exhibition due to Kates not having the energy to spare to preserve it. Not even a year later, the Nimrod computer was created. Nimrod gets its name from the game it plays, Nim. I don’t know much about Nim, as it’s mathematical sort of game, and I never cared for math. Nimrod was designed by John Bennett, who is notable because was was Australia’s first professor of computer science. The Nimrod is notable due to it being the earliest known computer game to have any sort of visual interface. 3 weeks after being shown in October 1951, Nimrod was dismantled. Not long after the Nimrod’s untimely dismantling, the first game to use a CRT display was created. It was a checkers game created by Christopher Strachey. Strachey developed the Combined Programming Language in the early 1960’s. BCPL, which originally stood for Bootstrap CPL, was later developed as a much simpler version of CPL. BCPL led to the B programming language, which influenced the C programming Language which is one of the most popular programming languages used today, depending on who you ask. Strachey’s checkers game was created on the Ferranti Mark 1. The Ferranti Mark 1 was the world’s first commercially available electronic computer. While modern computers can do it in seconds, the Ferranti Mark 1’s chess game analyzed the board to check for every possible move, of which there were thousands. It usually took between 15 and 20 minutes to complete. The game was also not a complete chess game. The Ferranti couldn’t handle that. Instead, the game was what’s known as a “mate in two chess problem”. Mate-in-two is essentially where a checkmate must happen within two moves. The University of Toronto purchased the Mark 1 in 1952 for a measly $30,000, which is almost $270,000 today. In 1954, the first game to use graphics was created. And by graphics, I mean that the graphics updated in real time as the game went on. It was a pool game created by William Brown and Ted Lewis. It was created solely for demonstration purposes for the MIDSAC computer at the University of Michigan. That takes us to the end of 1954. By this time, games advanced from simple analog hardware to games with graphics that updated in real-time. In the next episode, we’ll start the more well known early games, starting with Tennis for Two.
Views: 9508 Mitten Squad
The Evolution Of Aliens Games
Almost every Aliens title that has seen a release on console, computer, arcade or handheld...
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The history of the greatest retro football computer games
FIFA, Pro Evolution Soccer, Championship Manager. There's been handfuls of classic football video games over the last thirty years so we've condensed them down into a compilation of our favourites. Which is your favourite ever football video game? Tell us in the comments below. Onefootball is the world's most comprehensive football app and is available free on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, as well as the web here: http://bit.ly/1NPekkH. ► Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1YpT8ud ► Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1tv6TNd ► Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1U7uYQh ► Listen to the Onefootball podcast: http://bit.ly/2617W55 ► And, of course, download our app here: http://bit.ly/1NPekkH
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The History of Video Game Consoles | TIME
Watch Part 2: http://techland. time. com/2013/12/26/the-history-of-video-game-consoles-part-two/?iid=tl-main-leadTake a look back at the early generations of video game consoles in part one of our three-part video series. Hosted by Doug Aamoth, this installment features insight from Kotaku's Stephen Totilo, IGN's Greg Miller, Sony's Scott Rohde, and Video Games New York's Giulio Graziani. Subscribe to TIME ►► http://po.st/SubscribeTIME Get closer to the world of entertainment and celebrity news as TIME gives you access and insight on the people who make what you watch, read and share. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2EFFA5DB900C633F Money helps you learn how to spend and invest your money. Find advice and guidance you can count on from how to negotiate, how to save and everything in between. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNKdqS_Wccs94rMHiajrRr4W Find out more about the latest developments in science and technology as TIME’s access brings you to the ideas and people changing our world. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNIzsgcwqhT6ctKOfHfyuaL3 Let TIME show you everything you need to know about drones, autonomous cars, smart devices and the latest inventions which are shaping industries and our way of living https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2862F811BE8F5623 Stay up to date on breaking news from around the world through TIME’s trusted reporting, insight and access https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNJeIsW3A2d5Bs22Wc3PHma6 CONNECT WITH TIME Web: http://time.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TIME Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/time Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TIME/videos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/time/?hl=en Magazine: http://time.com/magazine/ Newsletter: time.com/newsletter ABOUT TIME TIME brings unparalleled insight, access and authority to the news. A 24/7 news publication with nearly a century of experience, TIME’s coverage shapes how we understand our world. Subscribe for daily news, interviews, science, technology, politics, health, entertainment, and business updates, as well as exclusive videos from TIME’s Person of the Year, TIME 100 and more created by TIME’s acclaimed writers, producers and editors. The History of Video Game Consoles | TIME https://www.youtube.com/user/TimeMagazine
Views: 263100 TIME
This Man Invented the World's First Video Game Console
Tom discovers that in the gaming world, it takes a little practice to walk away with first place. From: STORIES FROM THE VAULTS: Firsts http://bit.ly/1la3Z5n
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The history of Dungeons and Dragons video games
**Table of Contents below** [Note: some corrections done via annotations!] I'm open to criticism, but BEFORE YOU COMMENT, read this (1-5): 1.The video was edited in parts during a 3 week time period, so I apologize if the sound editing is all over the place. I generally used 60% volume on my PC with headphones on when editing the video, so those are the settings this video is "optimized" for in the later parts. 2. Except for the major titles, most of the footage was captured from early areas in most games. There were many games I played for the first time(&quite briefly) for this project, so unfortunately this video doesn't offer any major insight on the more obscure&forgotten games. I also had to cut some newer games from this list (didn't wan't to spend money on games that I could predict being utter garbage and I couldn't capture footage from some games), but atleast I tried to cover all of the older games. 3. I was originally supposed to get this video out before January, but for various reasons (Vegas problems, procrastination, RL obligations, Hadriex's schedule etc) I couldn't start working on it untill later on. So by the time I had rendered the last parts, I didn't have time to fix some visual glitches (like how the picture is stretched out of bounds at 2:00:00&2:02:34, it certainly wasn't that way in the Vegas preview window! ), as I had to make room for my hard drive and delete much of the footage that had been cluttering it up for the past few months. Epescially the last few chapters are hastily put together. Also worth noting that some of my old footage from games like Pool of Radiance and Planescape: Torment is more blurry/pixelated, and there's nothing I could do about it beyond going back and replaying the game to re-capture footage. 4. There are some minor flaws here and there in the voice over like accidentally skipping over some words, leaving out the plural etc. Since patching the audio usually sounds jarring, I patched in missing words with text in spots where it was neccessary. There's some background noise here and there that I couldn't get rid of, but if you'll check the credits, you'll see that Hadriex did his best to try and record the voice over in the most optimal conditions. The script was just so long that he had to do it in parts. 5. I wasn't as thorough about fact checking when making this video, and made some claims based on my memory on games that I played 1-3 years ago. So if I state something that's factually incorrect, feel free to correct me and I'll add an annotation to the video. And as always, I'm not that great when it comes to presentation/polish/using Vegas efficiently, so the video retains my amateurish style. But I like to think that as a part of my rustic charm. ***Table of Contents*** Chapter 0: Introduction Introduction&the early history of RPGs 0:06 PLATO games 6:57 Chapter 1: Intellivision games Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (Cloudy Mountain) (1982) 11:55 Treasure of Tarmin (1983) 12:56 Chapter 2: Goldbox 13:58 Pool of Radiance (1988) 15:50 The Order of the Griffon (1992) 36:09 Chapter 3: Action RPGs 37:26 Heroes of the Lance 1988&Dragons of Flame (1989) 37:46 Hillsfar (1989) 38:08 War of the Lance (1989) 39:19 DragonStrike (1990) 39:49 Shadow sorcerer (1991) 40:39 Chapter 4: Real time dungeon crawlers Eye of the Beholder (1990) 41:50 Dungeon Hack (1993) 44:34 Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession (1994)&Stone Prophet (1994)/Menzoberranzan (1994) 45:25 Al-qadim: Genie's curse (1994) 47:16 Slayer (1994)&DeathKeep (1995) 48:06 Chapter 5: Dark Sun 49:32 Dark Sun: Shattered Lands (1993) [ Longer review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxqcQbBqec4 ] Dark Sun Online: Crimson Sands (1996) 52:50 Chapter 6: Fighting games/beat em ups 53:21 Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft (1996) Tower of Doom (1993)&Shadow over Mystara (1996) 53:37 Chapter 7: Strategy Games 57:38 Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace (1992) 58:00 Fantasy Empires (1993) 58:51 Stronghold (1993)&Blood & Magic (1996) 59:22 Birthright: The Gorgon's alliance (1997) 1:00:15 Chapter 8: Infinity Engine 1:02:04 Baldur's Gate (1998)&Descent to Undermountain (1997) Baldur's Gate 2 (2000) 1:04:49 Planescape: Torment (1999) 1:25:55 Icewind Dale (2000)&Icewind Dale 2 (2002) 1:41:30 Chapter 9: Temple of Elemental Evil 1:45:53 Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor (2001) Temple of Elemental Evil (2003) 1:46:48 Chapter 10: Knights of the Chalice 1:55:44 Knights of the Chalice (2009) Chapter 11: Rest 2:00:11 Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (2001)&Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 2 (2004) Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes (2003) Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone (2004) Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard (2005) Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach (2006) Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (2007) Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale (2011) Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War (2013) Lords of Waterdeep (2014) Sword Coast Legends (2015) Neverwinter Nights (2002)&Neverwinter Nights 2 (2006) 2:02:24 Chapter 12: Closing thoughts 2:03:20
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Computer History Museum [Play Old Games]
While at MAGfest I saw a room full of old computers with games to play too. ★☆★ Check Out My Store http://helloomg.com ★☆★ ● SUBSCRIBE: http://is.gd/DihH32 ● TWITTER: http://twitter.com/omgchad ● INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/omgchad ● TWITCH: http://twitch.tv/omgchad ● PATREON: http://patreon.com/omgchad ● OMGCRAFT: http://youtube.com/omgcraft PO Box: 7119 W. Sunset Blvd. #182 Los Angeles, CA 90046
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The Original Video Game
Bounce over to the history of Tennis for Two, at The Dot Eaters: http://thedoteaters.com/?bitstory=tennis-for-two http://www.thedoteaters.com Video Game History 101 Designed by William Higginbotham in 1958 at Brookhaven National Labs on Long Island, NY, Tennis for Two is commonly regarded as the first video game ever designed. This video features a reproduced version of the game built at Brookhaven using original components, for its 25th anniversary.
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Top 10 Video Games of All Time
This is it, the list few of you thought we’d dare to do. Remember that in order to make this list, a game needs to have made at least Rank 4 or higher in our games per generation series. Join http://www.watchmojo.com as we conclude our Top Video Game series with the Top 10 Video Games of All Time. Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo, http://instagram.com/watchmojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo Special Thanks to our users "rukiagirl666" "fbomb108" "Cameronshank" "Fergus Jeffs" "Doodle six" "Gilmoreboy2007" "Jack032001Production" and so many other users for suggesting this topic on our website watchmojo.com/suggest If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out http://www.WatchMojo.com/store for more info. WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 2-3 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
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The History of Video Games: 1979
The aliens are still invading? This time, it’s all about Galaxian. It’s like Space Invaders in color. 1979 also saw the birth of a company that isn’t the most popular these days, Activision. Capcom was founded in 1979, too. In this video, i’ll be going over the events that transpired in 1979 in the history of video games. This is… The History of Video Games: 1979. Check out some of my other videos if you enjoyed this one: The History Of Video Games Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2UL0LNnH7HzgVURj_5hVI8bNSqdrMG-R 2014 MacBook Air Gaming Test: http://bit.ly/2014MBAGT 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fallout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEtqXOoSm98 10 Things You Didn't Know About Fallout 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k35OXhZt9Xg 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fallout 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDwdSsxOzkk 10 Things You Didn't Know About Fallout New Vegas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNJI01OA9AY 10 More Things You Didn't Know About Fallout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qu5Ix_b30w 10 Things You Didn't Know About Grand Theft Auto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nr5CKLq8VA SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter More Videos: http://bit.ly/MoreMittenSquad Click Here To Help Save A Beagle: bit.ly/SaveSomeBeagles The History of Video Games: 1979 (in text form) October 1, 1979, the devil comes to video games. What do I mean by that? What else could I mean, Activision was founded in October 1979. Activision was founded when Atari programmers David Crane, Bob Whitehead, Larry Kaplan, and Allen Miller demanded that Atari treat developers better. They wanted their names on the game boxes, along with royalties. Crane, Miller, Whitehead founded Activision in 1979 along with Jim Levy and Richard Muchmore. They would become the first third party developer. Larry Kaplan joined them not long after. The four programmers made up more than half of Atari’s developers. Their departure sparked a lawsuit with Atari that wouldn’t be settled until 1982. Capcom was founded in 1979 was well. Capcom’s history is a little confusing. As I understand it, Kenzo Tsujimoto founded IRM Corporation in 1979. It’s name is based off of Irem Corporation, where Tsujimoto worked for 5 years, before being forced to resign in 1979 after sales declined as a result of their Space Invaders clone, IPM Invaders. A subsidiary of IRM Corporation was established in 1981, called JAPAN CAPSULE COMPUTER CO., LTD, which is where the Capcom name comes from, Cap from Capsule and Com from computer. In October 1979, Namco released their first hit game, Galaxian. The game was created to compete with Space Invaders, which launched in the US the previous year. And compete it did. While the gameplay was very similar to Space Invaders, Galaxian expanded on it by having one of the alien ships occasionally attempt to suicide bomb the player. In Galaxian, the aliens would come down to attack the player in patterns and in different directions, rather than just straight down like in Space Invaders. The first iteration of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator was released in 1979, on the Apple 2. Microsoft Flight Simulator was created by Bruce Artwick. It started out as a articles about computer graphics. Readers of the articles wanted quickly became interested in purchasing a flight simulator, so Artwick founded subLOGIC Corporation to start creating the program. It wasn’t called Microsoft Flight Simulator at first, though. The first iteration of the program was called A2FS1 Flight Simulator. The program had a few hundred kilometers of flight space, and a single plane. Despite that, it grew to be very popular in the 80’s. In November 1979, Atari would release another hit game, this time Asteroids. Asteroids was an arcade game, not a console game, at least not yet. The Asteroids arcade game would end up selling over 70,000 units. Asteroids was designed by Lyle Rains, Ed Logg, and Dominic Walsh. The game was inspired in part by Space War and Space Invaders. If you look at the gameplay, it seems pretty clear that it was inspired by both games. Speaking of gameplay, the player controls a triangle shaped ship and is tasked with destroying asteroids and saucers for as long as they can, accumulating points along the way. Levels start with large asteroids heading towards the player, as they are destroyed, the fragment into smaller pieces which are harder to hit. Saucers appear periodically and attack the player by firing at it. Asteroids legacy is well known by most gamers who grew up around the time. When gaming journalists and fans look back on it, Asteroids is almost always included in lists of the best arcade games of all time.
Views: 1454 Mitten Squad
First Star Trek Computer Game: History and Review
A look back at the first Star Trek computer game. And is there a bonus game review at the end, too? :) Watch in 480p. 720p makes the game play look distorted.
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Football Games History 35th anniversary [1978-2013]
1. 1978 - Football 0:58 2. 1980 - Atari Soccer 1:16 3. 1982 - Pele Soccer 1:28 4. 1982 - Soccer Raupisoft 1:42 5. 1982 - RealSport Soccer 1:59 6. 1983 - International Soccer 2:13 7. 1984 - Match Day 2:29 8. 1984 - Match Day 2:47 9. 1984 - Mexico 86 3:02 10. 1987 - Match Day 2 3:27 11. 1987 - Match Day 2 3:40 12. 1986 - AmSoccer 3:57 13. 1987 - Superstar Soccer 4:18 14. 1986 - Peter Shilton's Handball Maradona 4:39 15. 1987 - Mexico 86 5:00 16. 1987 - Kick Off 5:26 17. 1988 - Microprose Soccer 5:48 18. 1989 - Italia 90 (VIRGIN GAMES and NOVOTRADE) 6:06 19. 1990 - Sega Soccer 6:28 20. 1990 - Italy 90 (US GOLD) 6:58 21. 1990 - Retee 7:20 22. 1990 - Kick Off 2 7:42 23. 1992 - European Championship 1992 8:13 24. 1992 - John Barnes European Football 8:41 25. 1992 - Sensible Soccer 9:09 26. 1992 - Striker 9:33 27. 1992 - Super Sidekicks 10:10 28. 1993 - Lothar Matthaus 10:37 29. 1993 - Goal 11:03 30. 1993 - Fifa International Soccer 11:26 31. 1994 - World Cup USA 94 11:53 32. 1994 - Manchester United 12:12 33. 1994 - Sierra Soccer 12:37 34. 1994 - Kick Off 3 13:03 35. 1994 - Football Glory 13:25 36. 1995 - International Superstar Soccer 14:01 37. 1995 - International Superstar Soccer Deluxe 14:32 38. 1995 - Actua Soccer 15:00 39. 1996 - Fifa 96 15:22 40. 1996 - Total Football 15:54 41. 1996 - Striker 96 16:20 42. 1996 - VersusNet Soccer 16:31 43. 1996 - Atlanta 1996 16:55 44. 1996 - Sensible World of Soccer 17:20 45. 1998 - Fifa Road to World Cup 98 18:05 46. 1998 - International Superstar Soccer PRO'98 18:47 47. 2000 - Euro 2000 19:16 48. 2000 - Winning Eleven 19:50 49. 2002 - Fifa World Cup Korea Japan 20:12 50. 2003 - ProEvolution Soccer 3 20:44 51. 2004 - Euro 2004 21:28 52. 2006 - Sensible Soccer 2006 22:07 53. 2006 - Fifa World Cup Germany 2006 22:38 52. 2006 - Pro Evolution Soccer 6 23:30 53. 2008 - Fifa 09 24:19 54. 2008 - Pro Evolution 2009 25:28 55. 2009 - Pure Football 27:33 56. 2012 - Fifa Street 28:18 57. 2012 - Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 29:16 58. 2012 - Fifa 13 31:03
Views: 582286 Davero Films
History of 3D in Video Games
Some of the games that marked a milestone in evolution of 3D in video games' history, from Spasim in 1974 to 1994 when it was all set for future massive 3D use in games. Musics are some of my personal compositions (made with FLS demo). If anyone find any relevant footage of Airfight (flying and not only remaining on the ground!) released in 1975, please let me know. Note how "I, Robot" (1984) was so ahead of its time that it almost looks like an intruder in the progress of this chronology! There was also a cancelled game called "The Last Starfighter" that was in progress during 1984, with 3D polygon graphics. I didn't include it here because it was cancelled (and I based this chronology on release dates, I know I'm cruel), but if you wish to check it out, videos of the game are available out there nowadays. I also tried to avoid the games in fake 3D (even if the frontier can be vague sometimes - is "Maze war" really a 3D game in a real 3D environment?), but some of them were also very impressive for their time, such as Star Rider (1983) or Galaxy Force arcade version (1988), check it out if you don't know them! Maybe you can also note, about this, arcade games "Datsun 280 ZZZAP" and "Nightdriver" both released in 1976, for their nice perspective impression at that time. For obvious reasons, most of the games presented here were not on famous consoles that common people are familiar with, but rather on computers (Macintosh, DOS, Amstrad, Amiga...) or arcade games. Some games can miss, depending on the point of view... For example I chose to omit "3D Monster Maze" that was basically using the same principle than "Maze War" released 7 years before. Sorry for musics when they are repeated too many times (the video was longer than expected, so I had to look after some older compositions of mine), sorry also for "Maze War" where you don't see much (I tried to improve it with contrast etc, but it's still not enough), and for excerpts that you could find too long (most of the time it depends on the variety inside the game, which tempted me to show too many things). Oh, I used other Youtuber's vids to make this one, I don't own anything there, except the musics. They are classified according to their release dates. Below you'll find the list of the games with more precise dates (that is, what I could find through my investigation) and the specific time they appear in the video: 1974 : Spasim (march 1st 1974) 0:00 Maze War (1974, though shown to a small group in 1973) 0:48 1975 : Panther 1:23 1978 : Star Hawk 1:47 1979 : Speed Freak (march) 2:03 Star Raiders (november) 2:44 Tail Gunner (november) 3:22 1980 : Flight Simulator (january) 3:50 Battlezone (november) 4:41 1982 : Way Out 5:20 1983 : Encounter (1983/84) 5:41 Star Wars (may) 6:02 1984 : Rescue on fractalus (march) 6:43 I, Robot (june, though shown as soon as 1983) 7:14 Plazma Line (Q2 1984) 8:19 Elite (september) 8:59 1985 : Mercenary 9:41 The Eidolon (december) 10:23 1986 : The Sentinel (BBC micro 1986, Atari ST September 1987) 10:58 1987 : Driller (Atari version: 1988) 11:16 Zarch (june) 11:53 Falcon 12:33 1988 : The Colony (early 88?) 13:23 Carrier Command (early 88 / before july 88) 14:02 Starglider 2 (september) 14:49 1989 : Hard Drivin' (february) 15:36 Midwinter (july 1st) 16:22 1990 : Alpha Waves 16:44 1991 : Hunter (march) 17:04 Hovertank 3D (april) 17:54 4D Boxing (june) 18:15 Starblade (september) 18:55 Catacomb 3D (november) 19:39 1992 : Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss (march) 20:06 Wolfenstein 3D (may) 20:56 Robocop 3D 21:21 Virtua Racing (october) 22:07 Alone in the Dark (november) 22:37 1993 : Starfox (february) 22:58 Doom (december 10th) 23:40 Virtua Fighter (december) 24:08 Daytona USA (location tests 1993, official release march 1994) 24:30 1994 : Magic Carpet (may) 25:09 System Shock (september) 25:54 Under a Killing Moon (october) 26:32 Thanks to all the people who suggested interesting games I hadn't mentioned in my previous version of the video, some of the new ones here are based on their suggestions.
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The History of The Lord of the Rings Video Games
With the recent release of Shadow of Mordor, we take a look back at the history The Lord of the Rings has with Video Games. Learn about the History of Persona by Jean-Luc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC7l68R2-NA Even more History of Games videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpg6WLs8kxGN5B5cxDVMjGnvUYFrVTCIa Subscribe to GameSpot! http://youtube.com/GameSpot?sub_confirmation=1 Visit all of our channels: Features & Reviews - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpot Video Game Trailers - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotTrailers Movies, TV, & Comics - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotUniverse Gameplay & Guides - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotGameplay Mobile Gaming - http://www.youtube.com/GameSpotMobile Like - http://www.facebook.com/GameSpot Follow - http://www.twitter.com/GameSpot http://www.gamespot.com
Views: 190713 GameSpot
History of Video Games : 1947 - 1979
History of Video Games 1947 - 1979 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Frozen-Games/423317204441762 1947 - Cathode-Ray Tube Amusement Device 1952 - OXO 1958 - Tennis for Two 1962 - Spacewar! 1968 - Computer Quiz 1970 - Highnoon 1971 - Computer Space 1971 - Galaxy Game 1971 - Star Trek 1972 - Hunt the Wumpus 1972 - Pong 1973 - Elimination 1973 - Empire 1973 - Gotcha 1973 - Lunar Lander 1973 - Space Race 1973 - Table Tennis 1973 - TREK73 1974 - Clean Sweep 1974 - Gran Trak 10 1974 - Maze War 1974 - QuadraPong 1974 - Rebound 1974 - Spasim 1974 - Tank 1974 - Tank II 1974 - Touch Me 1975 - Anti-Aircraft 1975 - Crash 'N Score 1975 - Dnd 1975 - Dungeon 1975 - Gun Fight 1975 - Hi-way 1975 - Indy 800 1975 - Jet Fighter 1975 - Moria 1975 - Pedit5 1975 - Pursuit 1975 - Shark Jaws 1975 - Steeplechase 1976 - Ace 1976 - Barricade 1976 - Bigfoot Bonkers 1976 - Blockade 1976 - Breakout 1976 - Colossal Cave Adventure 1976 - Comotion 1976 - Cops'n Robbers 1976 - Datsun 280 ZZZAP 1976 - Death Race 1976 - F-1 1976 - Flyball 1976 - Fonz 1976 - Heavyweight Champ 1976 - Hit Me 1976 - Indy 4 1976 - Lazer Command 1976 - Night Driver 1976 - Outlaw 1976 - Quiz Show 1976 - Sea Wolf 1976 - Sprint 2 1976 - Stunt Cycle 1976 - Tank 8 1976 - The Amazing Maze Game 1976 - Tornado Baseball 1977 - Air-Sea Battle 1977 - Basic Math 1977 - Boot Hill 1977 - Canyon Bomber 1977 - Car Polo 1977 - Checkmate 1977 - Circus 1977 - Combat 1977 - Depthcharge 1977 - Desert Gun 1977 - Destroyer 1977 - Dominos 1977 - Drag Race 1977 - Embargo 1977 - Guided Missile 1977 - Hustle 1977 - Indy 500 1977 - Laguna Racer 1977 - M-4 1977 - M79 Ambush 1977 - Meadows Lanes 1977 - Minesweeper 1977 - Missile X - Guided Missile 1977 - Pool Shark 1977 - Safari 1977 - Space Wars.m4v 1977 - Sprint 4 1977 - Sprint 8 1977 - Star Cruiser 1977 - Star Ship.m4v 1977 - Starship 1 1977 - Subs 1977 - Super Bug 1977 - Triple Hunt 1977 - Video Olympics 1977 - Videocart-4 - Spitfire 1978 - 3-D Bowling 1978 - 3-D Docking Mission 1978 - A Game of Concentration 1978 - Adventureland 1978 - Android Nim 1978 - Atari Football 1978 - Avalanche 1978 - Basketball 1978 - Blackjack 1978 - Blasto 1978 - Blue Shark 1978 - Brain Games 1978 - Casino 1978 - Clowns 1978 - Computer Othello 1978 - Cosmic Conflict 1978 - Dead Eye 1978 - Dog Patch 1978 - Fire Truck 1978 - Frogs 1978 - Gee Bee 1978 - Gypsy Juggler 1978 - Inferno 1978 - Orbit 1978 - Race | Spin-out | Cryptogram 1978 - Sargon 1978 - Sea Wolf II 1978 - Shuffleboard 1978 - Sky Diver 1978 - Sky Raider 1978 - Slot Racers 1978 - Space Invaders 1978 - Space Stranger 1978 - Space Walk 1978 - Sprint One 1978 - Street Racer 1978 - Super Breakout 1978 - Super Invader Attack 1978 - Superman 1978 - Surround 1978 - Tournament Table 1978 - Ultra Tank 1979 - 4-Player Bowling Alley 1979 - Adventure 1979 - Apple Trek 1979 - Asteroids 1979 - Astro Fighter 1979 - Atari Baseball 1979 - Auto Racing 1979 - Avatar.png 1979 - Barrier 1979 - Basketball 1979 - Bomb Bee 1979 - Bowling.m4v 1979 - Clay Shoot 1979 - Cosmic Guerilla 1979 - Cosmo 1979 - Crash 1979 - Cutie Q 1979 - Deep Scan 1979 - Dungeon of Death 1979 - Dynasty! 1979 - Field Goal 1979 - Fire One 1979 - Galaxian 1979 - Galaxy Wars 1979 - Head On 1979 - Heiankyo Alien 1979 - Invinco 1979 - Kamikaze - Astro Invader 1979 - Lunar Lander 1979 - Lunar Rescue 1979 - Monaco GP 1979 - NASL Soccer 1979 - NFL Football 1979 - Ozma Wars 1979 - Phantom II 1979 - PT Reach Mahjong 1979 - Radar Scope 1979 - Rip Cord 1979 - Rolling Crash 1979 - Safari Rally 1979 - Sheriff 1979 - Shuttle Invader 1979 - Side Track 1979 - Sky Love 1979 - Space Chaser 1979 - Space Guerrilla 1979 - Space Launcher 1979 - Speed Freak 1979 - Star Fire 1979 - Star Raiders.m4v 1979 - Starhawk 1979 - Straight Flush 1979 - Sundance 1979 - Super Speed Race 1979 - Tail Gunner 1979 - Video Chess 1979 - Warrior
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History of Video Games PART 1 REMASTERED - Computer space & SpaceWar | The Irate Gamer
Totally revamped for the upcoming DVD release Be sure to subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/irategamer?sub_confirmation=1 This is the Irate Gamer Channel, home of video game reviews, game play, and all sorts of 1980's nostalgia. All videos come from the creative mind of Chris Bores. Playlists: The Irate Gamer: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?action_edit=1&list=PL2D742C735476131E History of Video Games Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL925332D8BE4B7E2B Irate the 80s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnjuCmyZm1g
Views: 211486 Chris NEO
The History of Computer games in ten minutes or less
A brief history of computer games in under ten minutes. Enjoy! This video is purely for entertainment purposes only
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Evolution of Jurassic Park Games 1993-2018
Evolution of Jurassic Park Games 1993-2018 1993 Jurassic Park (NES) 1993 Jurassic Park (SNES) 1993 Jurassic Park (Sega Genesis) 1993 Jurassic Park (Game Gear) 1993 Jurassic Park (SEGA CD) 1993 Jurassic Park (AMIGA) 1994 Jurassic Park Acade 1994 Jurassic Park 2: The Chaos Continues (SNES) 1994 Jurassic Park 2: The Chaos Continues (Game Boy) 1994 Jurassic Park Interactive 1994 Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park (PSX) 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Sega Genesis) 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park (PC) 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Acade 1998 Trespasser 1999 Warpath: Jurassic Park 2001 Jurassic Park III: Dino Defender 2001 Jurassic Park III: Danger Zone 2001 Jurassic Park III 2001 Jurassic Park III: Island Attack 2001 Jurassic Park III: The DNA Factor 2001 Jurassic Park III: Park Builder 2001 Scan Command: Jurassic Park 2001 Universal Studios Theme Parks Adventure 2003 Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis 2011 Jurassic Park: The Game 2012 Jurassic Park Builder 2015 Jurassic Park Arcade 2015 Jurassic World: The Game 2015 Lego Jurassic World 2018 Jurassic World Evolution
Views: 3004807 Cussan
my way in computer games history
my way in computer games history
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IBM PC (1981) - Video Game Years History
A look at the IBM Personal Computer, released in 1981. ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! http://amzn.to/2wPbBq4 ✅ Join Pat the NES Punk, James Rolfe, Pro Jared, and others as we talk about great games of the year! ---------------- Video Game Years 1981 Edited by: John Delia Lance Cortez Pat Contri Joey DeSena Matt Burkett Kevin Guillet Mark Carr Daniel Mitchell --------------- The IBM Personal Computer, commonly known as the IBM PC, is the original version and progenitor of the IBM PC compatible hardware platform. It is IBM model number 5150, and was introduced on August 12, 1981. It was created by a team of engineers and designers under the direction of Don Estridge of the IBM Entry Systems Division in Boca Raton, Florida.
Views: 22648 Pat the NES Punk
Top 10 Worst Video Games of All Time
It's time to stack up the absolute worst, bottom of the barrel, completely horrendous, sorry excuses for video games. Join http://www.watchmojo.com as we countdown our picks for the Top 10 Worst Video Games of All Time. Special Thanks to our users "Alex Guzman" "DonovanTPS" and "Sam Harris" for suggesting this topic on our website http://www.watchmojo.com/suggest! Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/The%20Top%2010%20Worst%20Video%20Games%20of%20All%20Time If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out http://www.WatchMojo.com/store for more info.
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The Evolution of The Basketball Video Game
A quick look at 30 years of basketball video games (song is "Papparazzi" by Xzibit)
Views: 813336 Drew Brown
Top 10 Tips for Getting Into The Video Game Industry
Want to get into the video game industry but don’t know where to start? Well with a little help from Smite Developer Hi-Rez Studio, we’re here to give you some tips for getting your dream job. Join http://www.watchmojo.com as we countdown our picks for the Top 10 getting into the Video Game Industry. Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo, http://instagram.com/watchmojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) This video was brought to you by SMITE, the online Battleground of the Gods. Play free at www.smitegame.com and seize victory in intense battles of godlike action, each fueled by over 10,000 years of mythology. The SMITE World Championship will be taking place in Atlanta Georgia on January 9th-11th. Featuring a prize pool of over $2.5 million dollars and the best SMITE teams from around the world, this tournament will be one of the biggest gaming events in eSports history. If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 2-3 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
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Zork & Infocom (PC, 1980) Feat. Chris Kohler - Video Game Years
A look at the text adventure game Zork and the rise of developer Infocom. ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! http://amzn.to/2wPbBq4 ✅ For more video game history: http://bit.ly/1JR3E6U ------ Video Game Years 1980 Edited By: John Delia Lance Cortez Pat Contri Joey Desena Matt Burkett Kevin Guillet Mark Car Daniel Mitchell ----- Zork is one of the earliest interactive fiction computer games, with roots drawn from the original genre game, Colossal Cave Adventure. The first version of Zork was written in 1977–1979 using the MDL programming language on a DEC PDP-10 computer.
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Harry Potter Game HISTORY: 2001-2011
This is the Harry Potter History :) Game List: 1. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - 2001 2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - 2002 3. Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup - 2003 4. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - 2004 5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - 2005 6. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - 2007 7. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - 2009 8. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 1 - 2010 9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2 - 2011 More Information about Harry Potter game you can find in Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Harry_Potter_games :)
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F1 Games History 1987-2013
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The History of Computer Games (Abridged)
This video was a finalist in ABC2's Good Game in 2006; it was the first video I'd shot and edited. The competition was to produce a short 2 minute film about video games; was stoked for the video to be shown on the TV show and to get in the final slot prior to the winner. As a side note, the initial introductory video shows video games going back in time from RE4 on the PS2 to 3D Deathchase on the ZX Spectrum; I should really have shown the years counting back somewhere on the screen... The video was shot on an old Sony 8mm camcorder and imported to the PC on a Pinnacle TV card; the green screen used was home-made on a 1m x 1m canvas and painted with a small roller, took a while and a few coats, but worked quite well. The lighting was with a couple of metal halide worklights from Bunnings; those things were seriously hot, especially as it was at the start of summer.
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The History of Video Games: 1978
Aliens are invading! In 1978, Taito released Space Invaders and it quickly become the best selling video game of its time. 1978 also saw the release of Nintendo’s first arcade game and the Magnavox Odyssey 2. It’s a pretty good year to be a gamer. In this video, i’ll be going over the events that transpired in 1978 in the history of video games. This is… The History of Video Games: 1978. Check out some of my other videos if you enjoyed this one: The History Of Video Games Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2UL0LNnH7HzgVURj_5hVI8bNSqdrMG-R 2014 MacBook Air Gaming Test: http://bit.ly/2014MBAGT 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fallout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEtqXOoSm98 10 Things You Didn't Know About Fallout 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k35OXhZt9Xg 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fallout 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDwdSsxOzkk 10 Things You Didn't Know About Fallout New Vegas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNJI01OA9AY 10 More Things You Didn't Know About Fallout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qu5Ix_b30w 10 Things You Didn't Know About Grand Theft Auto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nr5CKLq8VA SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter More Videos: http://bit.ly/MoreMittenSquad Click Here To Help Save A Beagle: bit.ly/SaveSomeBeagles The History of Video Games: 1978 (in text form) Over the last few years video games were getting more and more popular in the United States, but games like pool and pinball were still quite a bit more popular. That would change in 1978. You’ve heard the name mentioned a few times now. Taito was founded in 1953 by Michael Kogan as the Taito Trading Company. They introduced their first video game in 1973. In 1978, the developed one of the most popular video games of all time, Space Invaders. Space Invaders was loosely based on Breakout, but the bricks were replaced with aliens that would slowly move towards the bottom of the screen, and the paddle was replaced by a space ship. Space Invaders also popularized some pretty important concepts that most people don’t even think about today. Previously games had a timer or a set score that dictated play time. Space Invaders had lives, with the player being able to gain extra lives by accumulating a certain amount of points. It also was the first game to have background music, albeit a basic 4 note loop. Video game scholar Andrew Schatmann said the following about the game’s music "It was thus the first time that sound effects and music were superimposed to form a rich sonic landscape. Not only do players receive feedback related directly to their actions through sound effects; they also receive stimulus in a more subtle, non-interactive fashion through music." Space Invaders was created by Tomohiro Nishikado. Supposedly, Nishikado came up with the design for the aliens in the game after watching the 1953 version of The War of the World when he was a boy. Space Invaders would become ridiculously popular in Japan, where it was first released in June 1978. So popular in fact, that arcades opened with no other game besides Space Invaders. In 6 months, by the end of 1978, Taito had installed over 100,000 Space Invaders Machines, making over $600,000,000. By 1982, Space Invaders would become the best selling video game of all time and highest grossing entertainment product of it’s time, making an average of $600,000,000 per year from 1978 through 1982. Just when you thought 1978 couldn’t get any bigger, Nintendo released their first game this year. To give you a very brief history of Nintendo, they were founded in September 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi and produced hanafuda playing cards. Back to the 70’s Nitendo released their first video arcade game, Computer Othello. As you probably guessed, it played Othello. Nintendo also released the Color TV Game 112. Remember those dedicated consoles that Magnavox released a few years ago? This is one of those. It featured a bird's-eye-view racing game that implements a steering wheel and gearshift. To round out 1978, Magnavox released another console, the Magnavox Odyssey (squared) or Odyssey 2, don’t really know which it is. By the time it was released, Magnavox had been acquired by Phillips, as such, the Odyssey 2 was known as the Phillips Videopac G7000 in Europe, Philips Odyssey in Brazil, and Phillips Odyssey 2 in the United States. The Odyssey 2 used removable circuit cards to play games, which are similar to cartridges. This allowed the player to purchase whichever games interested them. The games themselves were a big leap over the games from the original Odyssey, with each game having background AND foreground graphics, gameplay, scoring system, and music. It was crazy.
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Top 10 F*#% Ups in Video Game History
We count down the biggest mistakes that screwed the pooch in the gaming world. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/ScrewAttackSubscribe Follow Craig on Twitter - http://www.Twitter.com/StutteringCraig Connect with ScrewAttack Online: Visit the ScrewAttack WEBSITE: http://www.screwattack.com/ Like ScrewAttack on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSA Follow ScrewAttack on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ScrewAttack Top 10 F*#% Ups in Video Game History
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Sprite Supreme: A Brief History of Graphics, Part Two
Second of a five part series. Playlist: http://goo.gl/ilCrn5 ◄ First part: http://youtu.be/dzN2pgL0zeg Part three: http://youtu.be/qxM9pMEnJQ0 ► Question? Email me: [email protected] Or ask on Twitter: http://twitter.com/xboxahoy Better yet, join me on Reddit for behind-the-scenes content discussion: http://www.reddit.com/r/xboxahoy
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Commodore 64 Home Computer (1982) - Video Game Years History
A look at the Commodore 64 computer system, released in 1982. ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! http://amzn.to/2wPbBq4 ✅ Join Pat the NES Punk, James Rolfe, Pro Jared, and others as we talk about great games! The Commodore 64, also known as the C64, C-64, C= 64, or occasionally CBM 64 or VIC-64, is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International. It is listed in the Guinness World Records as the highest-selling single computer model of all time, with independent estimates placing the number sold between 10 and 17 million units.
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