History of video games/Platforms

Console ChaptersEdit

First Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Minor home consolesEdit

DIY consolesEdit

Interton Video SeriesEdit
Telejogo SeriesEdit
Other home consolesEdit

Warsaw Pact Home ConsolesEdit

Canceled home consolesEdit

Screenless handheld consolesEdit

Second Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major Home ConsolesEdit

Minor Home ConsolesEdit

2001 familyEdit
1292 familyEdit
Tabletop ConsolesEdit
Canceled ConsolesEdit

Handheld ConsolesEdit

Major handhelds consolesEdit
Minor handheld consolesEdit
3D handheld consolesEdit

Third Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Minor home consolesEdit

Console versions of Home ComputersEdit

VHS ConsolesEdit

Educational consolesEdit

Canceled home consolesEdit

Projector Game SystemsEdit

Portable LCD Game SystemsEdit

Fourth Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Console versions of arcade systemsEdit

Minor home consolesEdit

Interactive multimedia devicesEdit

Educational home game consolesEdit

Canceled home consolesEdit

Major handheld consolesEdit

Minor handheld consolesEdit

Cancelled handheld consolesEdit

Fifth Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Minor home consolesEdit

Obscure home consolesEdit

Canceled home consolesEdit

Major handheld consolesEdit

Minor handheld consolesEdit

Sixth Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Minor consolesEdit

Educational DIY ConsolesEdit

Platform TechnologyEdit

Canceled consolesEdit

Major handheld consolesEdit

Mobile Phone Gaming hybridsEdit

Minor handheld consolesEdit

Unconventional formfactorsEdit

Canceled handheldsEdit

Seventh Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Minor consolesEdit

Educational consolesEdit

Open consolesEdit

Major handheld consolesEdit

Minor handheld consolesEdit

Educational handheldsEdit

Open Platform HandheldsEdit

GP2X FamilyEdit

Canceled handheldsEdit

Eighth Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major Home ConsolesEdit

Retro revival consolesEdit

MicroconsolesEdit

TV PlatformsEdit

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

Minor consolesEdit

Art consolesEdit

Canceled consolesEdit

Major handheld consolesEdit

Open handheldsEdit

Retro revival handheldsEdit

Minor handheldsEdit

Gaming TabletsEdit

Canceled handheldsEdit

Ninth Generation of Video Game ConsolesEdit

Major home consolesEdit

Minor ConsolesEdit

PC Based ConsolesEdit

Retro revival consolesEdit

Home Arcade SystemsEdit

UnreleasedEdit

Cancelled ConsolesEdit

Handheld ConsolesEdit

Major HandheldsEdit
Indie or Open handheldsEdit
Retro revivals handheldsEdit
Other HandheldsEdit
Educational HandheldsEdit

Unconventional FormfactorsEdit

Computer ChaptersEdit

1970's computersEdit

1980's computersEdit

1990's computersEdit

Other FormfactorsEdit

WearablesEdit

AutomobilesEdit

Cloud ChaptersEdit

External ResourcesEdit

ReferencesEdit

Arcades after the golden age · Consoles