21 Mind Blowing Game Consoles You Didn’t Know Existed | No. 13’s Unbelievable

The game console has proven to be very entertaining for some time pass and over the years there have been various video game consoles. But this content will be talking about some mind-blowing game consoles that you didn’t know existed.

21 Mind Blowing Game Consoles You Didn’t Know Existed | No. 13's Unbelievable

What You Need to Know About Game Consoles

Playing sport base game on a television screen was first planned by Ralph H. Baer in 1966. The first developed successful arcade game was done by Allan Alcorn, Nolan Bushnell, Ted Dabney, and Atari and was released in 1975. Following improved technology homes and handheld consoles became more advanced.

There is also various type of home consoles which are

  1. Handheld video game console: This console is movable and it contains game controller features, an in-built screen, and rechargeable batteries and so it can be carried around and played everywhere
  2. Home video game control: this game control is specifically meant to be played at home with power supplied through an outlet and has to be connected to a television set and it also contains a different controller in the case of multiplayer.

To save data, the newer console now possess an internal storage system and there is also room for external storage like a USB port and also to keep the system safe from overheating they now contain cooling system like cooling fins, cooling fans, well-developed vent on the casing to ensure heat transfer and also higher graphics.

21 Game Consoles You Didn’t Know Existed

Now let’s amuse your mind with some amazing classic Game consoles You didn’t know existed. Below are some amazing gaming consoles you didn’t know was created.

1. Virtual Boy

Nintendo released in July 1995 the game hot its first appearance in Japan, $179.99 was the retail price in North America in August 1995 but the virtual boy only releases 22 games.

2. Atari 5200

In November 1982 Atari 5200 was introduced by Atari company, the console has only 69 games and it’s lasted only for two years before it was discontinued.

3. Fairchild Channel F

In 1976 the console was released, it was one of the first consoles ever release and it lasted or about seven years before it was discontinued, late Jerry Lawson created the game.

4. Odyssey

This was the first video game ever produced. It was released in 1972 by Magnavox and also it does not have any color. Its total number of games is 28.

5. Cassette Vision

It was released on the 30th of June 1981, it is also a Japanese console, the controller was directly attached to the console and it lasted for a few years.

6. Gizmondo

It was released in 2005, a handheld game produced by Tiger Telematic. Its features include a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, SMS and it sold less than 25, 000 units.

7. Sega Nomad

It was created in 1989. It is a handheld console but it suffers from high cost.

8. Action Max

The World of Wonders released this console in 1987, it is of short of accuracy so it will difficult to detect if the player wins or lose the game.

9. The Vectrex

It was designed in 1980 by John Ross Smith. In In December 1982 it was first released in North America after which Japan and Europe in 1983.

10. Telstar Arcade

In 1977 Telstar arcade was launch in Japan and it came on silver-coloured cartridge.

11. LaserActive

In 1993 it was launched by Pioneer Corporation.

12. Nintendo 64DD

It was produced by the Nintendo company and in 1999 it was released in Japan.

13. HyperScan

Along with traditional video game, it uses radio frequency identification Mattel it on October 23rd 2006.

14. Philips CD-I

Philips game console release in 1980.

15. RDI Halcyon

It total number of games released was just 2.

16. XaviXPORT
17. APF M-1000
18. 3DO
19. Entex Adventure Vision
20. Neo Geo Advanced Entertainment System
21. OUYA

These are some of the few game consoles that most people never know existed.

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