Provides a guide to popular video games of the s and early s, covering virtually every official US release for programmable home game consoles of the pre Nintendo NES era This work contains chapters which include a history and description of the game system and a complete listing of video games released for that console


10 thoughts on “Classic Home Video Games, 1972-1984: A Complete Reference Guide

  1. Robert Lee Robert Lee says:

    Very thorough list Amazingly informative wow what a great book I couldn t put it down read it all in 1 night A must read for video game fanatics.


  2. Asher Riley Asher Riley says:

    A great book A bit dull here and there Could use some much needed illustrations for its entries All in all, despite its minor miss pleases Classic Home video Games, 1972 1984 is a well done and well informative read that, though it s not for everybody, I would highly recommend to anyone who has a deep passion for The Golden Age Of Video Games, as well as to anyone who would like to knowabout it NOTE This book can also be used as buyers guide, as I found it to be a very helpful one w A great book A bit dull here and there Could use some much needed illustrations for its entries All in all, despite its minor miss pleases Classic Home video Games, 1972 1984 is a well done and well informative read that, though it s not for everybody, I would highly recommend to anyone who has a deep passion for The Golden Age Of Video Games, as well as to anyone who would like to knowabout it NOTE This book can also be used as buyers guide, as I found it to be a very helpful one when trying to find those old, hard to get, games from the golden age era


  3. Michael Michael says:

    A thorough review of early consoles for the collector with a minimum of history Not what I was expecting, but if you collect vintage games, this book is probably indispensable.