“Can we take what you love and make it better?” That is the question Microsoft posed at the start of its #XboxReveal event earlier today. The answer lies in their new generation of Xbox hardware and software, “the ultimate all-in-one home entertainment system” that is “simple, instant, and complete.” Nope, it’s not the Xbox 720 or Xbox Infinity as the rumor mill had us guessing; the next-gen console from Microsoft is the Xbox One. READ MORE Microsoft introduces Xbox One
A gang of game design students hailing from Munich shot this “History of Gaming” piece. The first-person perspective takes us on a journey spanning from 1958’s Tennis for Two (played on an oscilloscope) through 1996’s Super Mario 64, and up to 2008’s Rock Band. Although it doesn’t include every video game console invented it does cover the wide gamut. And as much as this is a tour of video games it also reveals the steady progression of television screen technology (ranging from the old CRTs to the modern LCD flatscreens). Click the Vimeo source link to learn more about the making of this video.
[Via Kotaku; Vimeo]
Sit back, relax, and let the nostalgia sink in.