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*HELP* where can i find a list of all video game consoles

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March 29, 2005 1:49:54 PM

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from atari upto and including the current big 3 (ps, nintendo, xbox) ?

i've got:
atari 2600 - 5200 - 7800 - lynx - jaguar
nintendo nes snes n64 gb gamecube
sega master genesis (portable?)
nec turbo16
neogeo ?
phillips cd-i
cd32 (amiga?)
intellivision (clones?)
colecovision
vectrex
bally arcade
magnavox oddessy
etc.

any other info (primary manufacturer, make and model, programming guide,
games list, tech specs, etc.) would also be appreciated.


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Woodzy
http://www.rtdos.com/forum
Anonymous
March 29, 2005 1:49:55 PM

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I have pretty a pretty comprehensive list of of pre-21st century US
consoles--including the dedicated "Pong"-type systems-- in my book
("The Official Price Guide to Classic Video Games", Random House,
2004). Has a lot of history on all of the 70s and 80s stuff, console
variations, and game lists for cartridge-based systems prior to 1984.
The book is really more of a "collector's guide" than a "price
guide"--though there are prices listed as well. Just don't pre-judge
based on the title (which I didn't choose).

Details on the book (including where to pick up a copy) are on my site.

-Dave Ellis
http://www.davesclassicarcade.com
March 29, 2005 2:18:10 PM

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"Dave Ellis" <ellis_1701@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Details on the book (including where to pick up a copy) are on my site.
>



WOW!!!

Its a start, thanks!!!
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Anonymous
March 29, 2005 6:16:33 PM

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Why not grab a copy of the Digital Press book? Not only does it cover
consoles, but it covers the games to some extent as well. I believe you can
find it via www.atariage.com

Chris

"(ProteanThread)" <sysop@rtdos.com> wrote in message
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> "Dave Ellis" <ellis_1701@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1112115755.702463.21720@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
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>> Details on the book (including where to pick up a copy) are on my site.
>>
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>
>
> WOW!!!
>
> Its a start, thanks!!!
>
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March 29, 2005 6:16:34 PM

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"cnlmoore" <cnlmoore@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Why not grab a copy of the Digital Press book? Not only does it cover
> consoles, but it covers the games to some extent as well. I believe you
can
> find it via www.atariage.com
>


I will thanks. But are there online resources as well ?
Anonymous
March 29, 2005 7:51:52 PM

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(ProteanThread) wrote:
> from atari upto and including the current big 3 (ps, nintendo, xbox)
?
>
> i've got:
> atari 2600 - 5200 - 7800 - lynx - jaguar
> nintendo nes snes n64 gb gamecube
> sega master genesis (portable?)
> nec turbo16
> neogeo ?
> phillips cd-i
> cd32 (amiga?)
> intellivision (clones?)
> colecovision
> vectrex
> bally arcade
> magnavox oddessy
> etc.
>
> any other info (primary manufacturer, make and model, programming
guide,
> games list, tech specs, etc.) would also be appreciated.
>
>
> --
> Woodzy
> http://www.rtdos.com/forum

Here you go
http://www.allgame.com

This is the best site has everything you are looking for.
Systems,games, info, history and more.

Enjoy

Ren,
!