Phoenix: The Fall and Rise of Home Videogames

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Rolenta Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Video games - 296 pages
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very dry, but decent content Read full review

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User Review  - Steven Kent - Goodreads

This was the first book on video game history. it is a dry read but a must read for video game historians. Treat it like a dictionary or an encyclopedia. Read full review

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gamespot:Video Games PC Xbox 360 PS3 Wii PSP DS PS2 playstation 2 ...
Phoenix: The Fall & Rise of Home Videogames. Well, well, it's been a bit since I've churned out anything for this column, and it's well overdue. ...
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COMPUTER SPIEL WELTEN (Text)
Flugbahnen (Leonard Herman, Phoenix. The Fall & Rise of Home Videogames, Union 1994,. S. 10). 6 Zu dieser Unterscheidung vgl. demnächst Arbeit von Britta ...
dok.uni-lueneburg.de/ seminare/ computerspiele/ text.pdf

About the author (1994)

Herman is a technical writer and computer programmer. He became hooked on videogames after he played Pong at a local bowling alley in 1972. He later became interested in home videogames.

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