classic games Used both cartridges and game cards commonswikimediaorg

Classic games used both cartridges and game cards

This preview shows page 23 - 36 out of 43 pages.

classic games Used both cartridges and “game cards” commons.wikimedia.org
Image of page 23
GNED 226 24 1986 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Bundled with Hang On , the #1 arcade game at the time Unfortunately, control scheme did not translate well to home version
Image of page 24
GNED 226 25 1986 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles NES was bundled with the Zapper (light gun) and Duck Hunt for $149 Master System released a similar bundle with their Light Phaser and Safari Hunt giphy.com
Image of page 25
GNED 226 26 1986 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Though Master System was technically superior, Sega could not compete with Nintendo’s marketing Nintendo had created a brand…
Image of page 26
GNED 226 27 1986 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Atari attempts to rejoin race with the Atari 7800 Technically similar to NES, more colours, poorer sound Management issues delayed production Consumers had lost faith gfycat.com commons.wikimedia.org
Image of page 27
GNED 226 28 1987 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Nintendo realized quality, first-party titles were important The next year, Nintendo released three important first-party titles The first was a role-playing game developed by Shigeru Miyamoto…
Image of page 28
GNED 226 29 1987 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles The Legend of Zelda was a much different game than people were used to Battery for saving game files Nintendo created a 200-person (500 during holidays) phone line offering help to players gfycat.com
Image of page 29
GNED 226 30 1987 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! (remake of 1983 arcade game) Celebrity license opened up a new market for Nintendo Cartoonish graphics maintained Nintendo’s family-friendly feel imgur.com
Image of page 30
GNED 226 31 1987 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Metroid was a sci-fi side-scroller Opened up a more mature market Less cartoonish, appealed to teens and young adults “First strong female protagonist” gifer.com
Image of page 31
GNED 226 32 Metroid Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Is Samus a “strong female character” NOT being sexualized? Doing whatever a man can do?
Image of page 32
GNED 226 33 1987 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Third-party franchises as well… Mega Man (Capcom) Castlevania (Konami) gfycat.com giphy.com
Image of page 33
GNED 226 34 1987 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles Despite technical superiority and a growing library, Sega’s Master System could not compete NES SMS
Image of page 34
GNED 226 35 1988 Lesson 4: The Third Generation of Consoles
Image of page 35
Image of page 36

You've reached the end of your free preview.

Want to read all 43 pages?

  • Summer '20
  • Mario, Nintendo, Nintendo Entertainment System, Shigeru Miyamoto, Super Mario Bros.

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

Stuck? We have tutors online 24/7 who can help you get unstuck.
A+ icon
Ask Expert Tutors You can ask You can ask You can ask (will expire )
Answers in as fast as 15 minutes