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History of video games/Platforms

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Console Chapters[edit | edit source]

First Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor home consoles[edit | edit source]

Interton Video Series[edit | edit source]
Telejogo Series[edit | edit source]
Other home consoles[edit | edit source]

Warsaw Pact Home Consoles[edit | edit source]

Canceled home consoles[edit | edit source]

Screenless handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Second Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major Home Consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor Home Consoles[edit | edit source]

2001 family[edit | edit source]
1292 family[edit | edit source]
Tabletop Consoles[edit | edit source]
Canceled Consoles[edit | edit source]

Handheld Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major handhelds consoles[edit | edit source]
Minor handheld consoles[edit | edit source]
3D handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Third Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor home consoles[edit | edit source]

Console versions of Home Computers[edit | edit source]

VHS Consoles[edit | edit source]

Educational consoles[edit | edit source]

Canceled home consoles[edit | edit source]

Projector Game Systems[edit | edit source]

Portable LCD Game Systems[edit | edit source]

Fourth Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor home consoles[edit | edit source]

Interactive multimedia devices[edit | edit source]

Educational home game consoles[edit | edit source]

Canceled home consoles[edit | edit source]

Major handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Cancelled handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Fifth Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor home consoles[edit | edit source]

Obscure home consoles[edit | edit source]

Canceled home consoles[edit | edit source]

Major handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Sixth Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor consoles[edit | edit source]

Platform Technology[edit | edit source]

Canceled consoles[edit | edit source]

Major handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Mobile Phone Gaming hybrids[edit | edit source]

Minor handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Unconventional formfactors[edit | edit source]

Canceled handhelds[edit | edit source]

Seventh Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor consoles[edit | edit source]

Open consoles[edit | edit source]

Major handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Open Platform Handhelds[edit | edit source]

GP2X Family[edit | edit source]

Canceled handhelds[edit | edit source]

Eighth Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major Home Consoles[edit | edit source]

Retro revival consoles[edit | edit source]

Microconsoles[edit | edit source]

TV Platforms[edit | edit source]

A number of multimedia devices were released during this time, many of which included the ability to play video games.

Minor consoles[edit | edit source]

Art consoles[edit | edit source]

Canceled consoles[edit | edit source]

Major handheld consoles[edit | edit source]

Open handhelds[edit | edit source]

Retro revival handhelds[edit | edit source]

Minor handhelds[edit | edit source]

Gaming Tablets[edit | edit source]

Canceled handhelds[edit | edit source]

Ninth Generation of Video Game Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major home consoles[edit | edit source]

Minor Consoles[edit | edit source]

Retro revival consoles[edit | edit source]

Home Arcade Systems[edit | edit source]

Unreleased[edit | edit source]

Cancelled Consoles[edit | edit source]

Handheld Consoles[edit | edit source]

Major Handhelds[edit | edit source]
Indie or Open handhelds[edit | edit source]
Retro revivals handhelds[edit | edit source]
Other Handhelds[edit | edit source]
Educational Handhelds[edit | edit source]

Unconventional Formfactors[edit | edit source]

Computer Chapters[edit | edit source]

1970's computers[edit | edit source]

1980's computers[edit | edit source]

1990's computers[edit | edit source]

Other Formfactors[edit | edit source]

Wearables[edit | edit source]

Automobiles[edit | edit source]

Cloud Chapters[edit | edit source]

External Resources[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Arcades after the golden age · Consoles