The early 90s were a time where the industry shifted from sprite-based graphics to 3D graphics. While two giants go at it and trade blows with each other, a new medium becomes popularized with the Nintendo Game Boy. Another interesting note is that the arcade starts to see a decline as home consoles become more common. […]Read more "The Early 90s"
As the dust settled from the chaos that was the crash of 1983, video games were seen as a fad that had come and passed. But with the ruthless and innovative strategy of the newcomer Nintendo, video games would rise from the ashes and once again make video games a force to be reckoned with […]Read more "The late 1980s"
The industry in the beginning of the 1980s was alive with simple arcades and wood-grained consoles. Arcade companies started churning out iconic titles like Donkey Kong and Pac-Man while Atari dominated the console market. With the industry generating about $5 billion in the early 1980s it was no wonder why you had companies from all over America wanting […]Read more "The early 1980s"