by Andrew O’Brien
Since the first patented invention in 1947, video gaming has become a key component of modern culture and of our social, creative and technological history – and today its popularity is at an all-time high.
This fascinating book takes you through the history of computer games, from the golden age of arcade games in the late 1970s and 1980s, and the introduction of home computers, handheld games and, of course, all the classic consoles, right through to todays revolutionary gaming without controllers.
Plus, with sections on the greatest and most influential video games of all time, from Pong in 1972 to the blockbusters of today, as well as profiles on all of gaming history’s most important figures, Little Book of Video Games is a must-read for all video game fans.
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