Through a series of articles, I detail the history of the video game industry in regards to specific companies, consoles, and pieces of hardware.
In this section I provide in depth reviews of game consoles, past and present, from my own collection. Included are details about the consoles' history, specs, and hi-resolution pictures.
A lot of first- and third-party hardware and software items are released that don't get the recognition that they deserve. In this section, I highlight some of the best.
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The History of Sega Part IV
Mar 14, 2012
The History of Sega Part IV continues to highlight certain aspects of the 16-bit console war between the Genesis and the SNES, including the Mortal Kombat fiasco. Part IV also discusses Sega's first visions toward the 32-bit market, including Project Jupiter and the Sega 32X.
The History of Sega Part III
Mar 11, 2012
The History of Sega Part III follows Sega through the 16-bit console wars, where it battles for industry dominance against the Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the NEC PC Engine / Turbo Grafx 16. Also discussed are Sega's first foray in to the handheld gaming market, as well as their answer to the NEC PC Engine Super CD-ROM - the Sega CD.
The History of Sega Part II
Mar 09, 2012
In this article I continue to describe Sega's history in the post-Master System years. After admitting defeat to Nintendo's Famicom/NES, the Master System is set aside and Sega focuses its energy on the development of a new 16-bit game console. Sega's goal is to beat NEC's PC Engine to market and get one step ahead of Nintendo in the process.
The History of Sega Part I
Feb 23, 2012
Sega's history can be called no less than "epic." It's a tragic tale of the rise and fall of a great company, divided amongst itself. In this series I will outline the history of Sega - from the company's begginnings in the home console market, to it's preceived victory in the 16-bit console wars, right through to the point where internal conflict ultimately ended up being the company's near demise.
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