Introduction: The Staggering Decade of Video Gaming
Video games have come a long way since the first game was created in the 1950s. The video game industry has grown to be worth $137 billion, and it is expected to grow to $180 billion by 2020.
In this section, we will discuss the history of video gaming as well as some of the different types of games that exist today.
The first video game was created in 1958 at MIT by a computer scientist named Steve Russell. This game was called "Tennis for Two." It had two oscilloscopes hooked up to each other and displayed on a TV screen with a controller that looked like an old airplane joystick.
Since then, there have been many more advancements in technology and many new games have been created. In 1983, Nintendo released the Family Computer which would later become known as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). This console was one of the most popular consoles ever made with over 60 million units sold worldwide between 1985-1995.
1990's Game Design in Retrospect
The 1990s saw the rise of an era in gaming that has been coined ‘retro’. This is a time when games were designed for simplicity, often with limited graphics and sound effects.
In this section, we will explore why these games were so popular and how they compare to today’s video games.
The Storytelling, Gaming Genres and Innovations of the 90's
This section will be about the storytelling and gaming genres that emerged in the 90's. The games of this era are now considered classics, so it is important to understand what they were and how they impacted the future of gaming.
The 1990s saw a number of innovations within the gaming industry, with storytelling and gaming genres becoming more sophisticated.
A History of 90's Video Game Graphics and Style Evolution
The 1990s was a time of great change in the video game industry. It was a decade that saw the introduction of CD-ROMs, 3D graphics, and online multiplayer games. It also saw the decline of arcades and the rise of home consoles.
In this post, we will take you on a journey through how video game graphics changed in the 90s and how these changes impacted gameplay as well as players' expectations.
Conclusion: The Past to Present; How Our Knowledge of Video Games has Changed Over Time
Video games have evolved over time and the way we interact with them has changed. The introduction of video games and the subsequent increase in their popularity is an example of how our knowledge of video games has changed over time.
The first video game was created in 1958 by William Higinbotham for military purposes. It was called “Tennis for Two” and it consisted of a crude computer simulation with two oscilloscopes connected to a single control box.
The first commercially available game, Pong, was released in 1972 by Atari. This game consisted of the player controlling the paddles on either side of a table tennis-like grid that had a ball bouncing back and forth between them.
In 1996, Nintendo introduced their first console which was called the Nintendo 64 and it had 3D graphics capability which made it one of the best consoles ever released at that time.
In 2001, Sony released PlayStation 2 which is still considered as one of the best.