The evolution of gaming consoles, from 1967 to today. Do you see any consoles missing from this infographic? Let us know in the comments section below!
Source: The Evolution of Gaming Consoles
Is it me or does the NES still look the best?
Ah, the dangers of copy and paste… I’m guessing the creator copy and pasted the console names in order to quickly maintain formatting, because the label on the Atari Jaguar is the label for the Panasonic 3DO below it. :) (i.e. you’ve got a typo.)
Where is the Bentley Compu-Vision, the “last of the pong games”?
Proud owner of a Magnavox Odyssey 2 here! That system was a blast. With knock-off games like K.C. Munchkin (Pac-Man) and Pick Axe Pete (Donkey Kong), I kept myself entertained for hours on end as a kid. This post brought back a lot of wonderful memories.
the 1993 jaguar/cd mislabeled as 3do on this link
Missing are both the Texas Instruments TI-99/4 series (1979-1981, http://www.ti994.com/) and the Atari XE(GS) (1987, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_XEGS). Both would have counted as game consoles because they both played cartridge based games.
if you include the milton bradley microvision (not macrovision–i wore that damn thing out!), the first portable cartridge-based gaming system, shouldn’t you also include the game boy, psp, etc.?
Holy crap- has the Wii actually sold more consoles than the 360?
We had a TI-99/4A. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments_TI-99/4A Officially a computer, but had cartridge games for it as well. I noticed a couple of other computers made the list.
No channel F?
Though you do refer to them correctly as the Nintendo Fami-ly Com-puter.
For some reason, the name ends up wrong, -> Fami-con.
In present days graphic is better but you will never get a realistic looking gun and steering wheel in the starter pack like in the old times. (coleco telestar arcade)
The SNES was released BEFORE the N64, in 1991, not in 1997
I just realized it is on there twice
The prices of most consoles are wrong… In what universe the first playstation price was 299$? Not in mine…
the first console offering a online gaming: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega_Net_Work_System