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Submitted by stevivor 822d ago | article

Generation Gap: Second Generation

Welcome to part two of this Stevivor.com feature covering the history of video game consoles. Before continuing with the intro, let author Greg Newbegin clarify the dates he's chosen – he's defined each generation as lasting from the release of the first system, to the release of the first system of the following generation (therefore, it’s not reflecting lifecycle, just the length of time that each generation was the most advanced). (Activision, Atari, Culture, Industry, Nintendo, Retro)

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