The History of Retro Game Consoles for Programmers

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In "The History of Retro Game Consoles for Programmers" si percorre tutta la storia delle 9 generazioni di hardware che si sono succedute fino ad oggi: dalla prima degli anni '70 alla nona di oggi che annovera Xbox SticazziX e PS5.

9° generazione (2020...): PS5, Xbox Series X/S
8° generazione (2012...): PS4, Xbox One, Wii U & Nintendo Switch
7° generazione (2005 - 2017): PS3, Xbox 360
6° generazione (1998 - 2013): Xbox, PS2, GameCube
5° generazione (1993 - 2006): Playstation, Nintendo 64, Sega Saturn
4° generazione (1987 - 2004): SNES, Megadrive, PC Engine
3° generazione (1983 - 2003): NES, Master System
2° generazione (1976 - 1992): Atari VCS 2600, Intellivision, ColecoVision
1° generazione (1972 - 1980): Magnavox Odyssey e co.


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