The Complete History of Gaming

If you’re as passionate about video games as I am, and you happen to have twelve hours to spare, then we’ve got an absolute treasure for you. Take an epic journey through the entire history of video gaming! Crafted by the brilliant mind over at MRIXRT, this is Video Game Time Capsule: The Complete History of Gaming.

What sets this video apart is its unwavering dedication to delivering a comprehensive and insightful look into the world of video games. You won’t find a more complete record of the medium anywhere else. The content spans the entire spectrum, covering the birth of gaming, the evolution of consoles, the rise of PC gaming, and the emergence of the esports scene.

It’s not just the timeline; it’s the depth and breadth of knowledge that makes this video truly exceptional. With interviews featuring gamers who’ve lived through every era, developers who’ve shaped the industry, and other experts who provide invaluable insights, it’s like a time machine that lets you experience the history of gaming firsthand.

So, if you’re ready for an immersive and genuinely enlightening experience, go ahead and dive in! This journey is a must for any dedicated gamer looking to relish the incredible evolution of their beloved pastime. Enjoy!

  1. The days of Gameboy was awesome for me personally. Playing on a handheld was an exciting experience. It even helped me with gaming because my mother never allowed me to play games at such a young age but with using Gameboy, it was very easy for me hide my gaming activities from her.

    1. I also did the same thing, I remember when my older brother was given the Game Boy color and my mother didn’t want me to spend a lot of time playing with it because I was too small, but I loved playing Pokemon and Super Mario, so I hid I put the Game Boy under my pillow every night to play in the early mornings, and when my mother came she wouldn’t find it.

  2. I just located the video (that this blog post mentions) on Youtube. I didn’t watch the whole thing but I skimmed it. I might actually go back and watch whole thing, of course I’d have to break it up and watch it like a tv show a half hour or hour at a time. I am fascinated with video game history. I watch another Youtube channel called ‘Gaming Historian’ and its an amazing channel. I’ve probably seen ever video on that channel, even rewatched a few videos.

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