The Neo Geo AES (Advance Entertainment System) is a fourth-generation home video game console designed and manufactured by the SNK Corporation. The console was part of SNK’s Neo Geo family of systems which began with the release of the Neo Geo MVS (Multi Video System), a cartridge-based arcade system. The arcade platform was the first system in SNK’s Neo Geo line of systems, predating the Neo Geo AES home video game console.
Neo Geo MVS The Neo Geo MVS (Multi Video System) is a cartridge-based arcade platform designed and manufactured by SNK Corporation. The arcade platform was the first system in SNK’s Neo Geo line of systems, predating the Neo Geo AES home video game console. The Neo Geo platform is an evolution of an older SNK …
The Coleco Tabletop Arcade Collection is a series of miniature arcade cabinet replicas that first released in 1982 by Coleco Industries, Inc. Coleco entered the video game market in 1976 with their Telstar line of dedicated home consoles. When the market for dedicated home consoles became oversaturated with Pong clones Coleco transitioned into handheld electronic games, a market popularized by Mattel.
The ColecoVision is a second-generation home video game console that was designed and manufactured by Coleco. Coleco entered the video game market in 1976 with their Telstar line of dedicated home consoles. When the market for dedicated consoles became oversaturated with Pong clones Coleco shift focus to producing a line of miniature tabletop arcade games with license rights from various video game developers such as Sega, Midway and Nintendo.
The Super Game Boy is a hardware peripheral for the Super Nintendo that allows the console to play Game Boy cartridges. Released in June 1994, the Super Game Boy is an evolution of the Wide Boy peripheral that was designed to provide developers with the ability to play and test handheld games on television screens.
The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer is a fifth-generation home video game console designed by “The 3DO Company” and manufactured by various companies such as Panasonic, GoldStar and Sanyo. The system was the first fifth-generation console to launch on the market and quickly became commonly referred to as just the 3DO.
The Virtual Boy is a Fifth-Generation portable video game console designed and manufactured by Nintendo. Released on July 21, 1995 in Japan the system became Nintendo’s first venture into the virtual reality video game market. Though the console did not simulate a true virtual reality environment the system was the first console capable of displaying native stereoscopic “3D” graphics. Even though the system did not provide a true virtual reality experience it did however provide a form of virtual reality by isolating a player in a border free game environment. Nintendo chose to market the unit as the Virtual Boy by combining the terms virtual reality and Game Boy in hopes to capitalize on the excitement of the concept of virtual reality and the massively successful handheld.