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missing 2 locations 2005 a Xbox 2009b Xbox is Wii 2004 and there was 4 released in 1990
William that made no sense.
That was the most horrifying baffling sentence I’ve read all year. Nay, possibly in the last two years, even.
what i mean is in 2005 ther was a classic xbox and the missing one is thePC-Engine/TurboGrafx-16
cool… but why no mention of Microsoft bringing in the XBox and the shift from physical games to fully on demand DLC, possibly one of the biggest things to happen to console gaming in it’s (apparently) 46 year history
I think dreamcast is credited with DLC, though MC deffinatly built upon that and made it more accessable.
Sega CD , 32X both by sega
They were add-ons for the Genesis/Mega Drive, not stand alone consoles.
You guys missed out an entire generation of UK based DIY consoles such as the ZX Spectrum, C64, Amiga and it’s ilk.
Except neither the ZX Spectrum (or indeed any of the Spectrum/Sinclair range), Commodore (which includes the C16, 64, 128 or Amiga) were consoles. They didn’t miss anything since this is a pictogram of Console History.
The Spectrum, C64, Amiga etc were more personal computers than games consoles, although obviously games dominated the market for them :)
Interesting infographic, it’s a shame that it seems to be made by the same illiterate buffoon that this site is so fond of ripping off.
Here’s a really off-the-wall suggestion: when you write words, you could *shock horror* move your eyes to the left and actually read the drivel you have just spouted.
Maybe this would result in fewer incomplete and nonsensical sentences?