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All game systems ever made

Seon-a Kim

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A while ago I started makin' this list, but I'm sure it's not complete yet and maybe I could use some assistance from this community to, since there are some older gamers here as well who know about retro systems.

So let me know about any system I can add or any duplicates I overlooked and added...etc. Thanks :)

This is the list so far:

Acetronic MPU
Acorn Atom
Acorn Electron
Akor TV-Boy
Amstrad GX4000
Amstrad Mega PC
Amstrad Schneider CPC
AS Audio Sonic PP-790/795
Atari 1040ST
Atari 2600 jr.
Atari 400
Atari 5200
Atari 520ST
Atari 600XL
Atari 65XE
Atari 7800
Atari 800
Atari 800XL
Atari Jaguar
Atari Jaguar CD
Atari Lynx
Atari Lynx II
Atari Pong
Atari VCS 2600
Atari XEGS
Bally Astrocade
Bandai Wonderswan
Bandai Wonderswan Colour
Bandai Crystal
Bandai TV Jack
BBC model A
BBC model B
Binatone Mk4 Game System
Binatone Mk6 Game System
Binatone Mk8 Game System
Blaupunkt TV Action
CBS Colecovision
Coleco Gemini
Coleco QuizWiz
Coleco Telstar Arcade
Coleco Total Control 4
Commodore 64
Commodore Amiga 1000
Commodore Amiga 2000
Commodore Amiga 3000
Commodore Amiga 32CD
Commodore Amiga 500
Commodore Amiga 600
Commodore Amiga CDTV
Commodore C-128
Commodore C-128D
Commodore C16
Commodore C-64
Commodore C-64 G
Commodore C-64GS
Commodore Plus/4
Commodore SX-64
Commodore VIC 20
Conic TVG -
Creatronic Mega Duck
Daewoo Zemmix CPC-51
Dragon 32
Dragon 64
Emerson Arcadia 2001
Entex Space Invader 2
Fairchild channel F
Fairchild Channel F
FM Towns + Varieties
Fortune Hand Game SY-3000B (Taiwanese Game Boy clone)
Game.com
Gamepark GP32
GCE Vetrex
Genesis 3
Gizmondo
Grandstand 6000 Colour TV Game
Hartung Game Master
Hitachi Hi-Saturn
Interton VC4000
Intervision 2001
'Jupiter Ace'
JVC WonderMega
JVC X'Eye
JVC V-Saturn
Lafayette Tournament 2000
Magnavox CD-I
Magnavox Odyssey (very first home videogame system)
Magnavox Odyssey 2
Majesco Game Gear (same as Sega's but newer, 2000)
Mangavox Oddessey
Mark Video Game
Mattel Intellivision
Mattel Intellivision II
MB Vectrex
MGA Game Wizard
Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox 360
Milton Bradley Comp IV
Milton Bradley Microvision
MUTI Game Kid / Game Child
NEC PC Engine
NEC PC Engine Core Grafx
NEC PC Engine Core Grafx II
NEC PC Engine Duo
NEC PC Engine Duo-R
NEC PC Engine Duo-RX
NEC PC Engine GT
NEC PC Engine Super CD
NEC PC Engine Super Grafx
NEC PC FX
NEC PC-Engine LT
NEC Turbo CD
NEC Turbo Duo
NEC Turbo Express
NEC TurboGrafx 16
Neo Geo CDZ
Neo Geo Pocket Colour
Nintendo 64
Nintendo 64 DD
Nintendo Entertainment System(NES)
Nintendo Famicom
Nintendo Famicom Disk System
Nintendo Famicom Jr
Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo Game and Watch
Nintendo Game Boy Light
Nintendo Gameboy
Nintendo Gameboy Advance
Nintendo Gameboy colour
Nintendo Gameboy Micro
Nintendo Gameboy pocket
Nintendo Gameboy Pocket Light
Nintendo Gameboy SP
Nintendo Gamecube
Nintendo Super Famicom
Nintendo Super Famicom Jr
Nintendo Super Nintendo
Nintendo VirtualBoy
Nintendo Wii
Nokia N-Gage
Nokia N-Gage QD
Nuon
Oric
Panasonic 3DO
Panasonic FZ-1 3DO Developer Station
Panasonic FZ-10 3DO
Panasonic Q
Philips Cdi-350/360/370/210/450
Philips ES
Philips Las Vegas
Philips Odyssey 2001
Philips Travemünde
Philips videopac 1 + 2
Philips Videopac G-7000
Philips Videopac 7200
Philips Videopac 7400
Pioneer Laseractive
Pippin
Playdia
Prinztronic Tournament Ten Pong System
Quickshot SuperVision
Radiola Videopac Jet 45
Radofin Programmable Video Game
Radofin Tele-Sports III
RCA Studio II
Redant Game Axe
Schmid TVG 2000
Sears 7-in-1 Sports
Sega (Majesco) Genesis 3
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Dreamcast Divers unit (TV/DC combi)
Sega Game Gear
Sega Game Gear Blue (Different CPU)
Sega Genesis
Sega Mark III
Sega Master System
Sega MasterSystem II
Sega Mega Drive 32X
Sega Mega-CD
Sega Mega-CD II
Sega Megadrive
Sega Megadrive II
Sega Mega Jet
Sega MultiMega (CDX)
Sega Neptune
Sega Nomad
Sega Pico
Sega Saturn
Sega SC-3000
Sega SG-1000
Sega Video Driver
Sharp X6800
SHG Blackpoint
Sinclair QL
Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K and 128K
SNK Neo Geo
SNK Neo Geo cartucho
SNK Neo Geo CD
SNK Neo Geo Pocket
SNK Neo Geo Pocket Colour
Sony MSX
Sony MSX 2
Sony Playstation
Sony Playstation 2
Sony Playstation 3
Sony PocketStation
Sony PSOne
Sony PSP
Sony PSTwo
Sony PSX
Soundic Soundic
Soundic Soundicvision SD-200
Tandy TRS80
Tapwave Zodiac
TEMCO 8000
TetraDrive (M.D. in VCR)
Tiger Game.com + Pocket Pro/Light
Tiger Game.com original
Tiger Game.com Pocket Pro
Tiger PlayMaker
Tiger R-Zone headset
Tiger R-Zone X.P.G.
Tomy Compubowl
Tomy Elect. Formula 1
Top Guy (handheld NES)
TV-FAN
TVcolor
Universum TV-Multi-Spiel 2006
Vectrex
Video Attack
Videojet MegaDuck
Viewmaster InteractiveVision
Vtech CreatiVision
Vtech Socrates
Watara SuperVision
 
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Uncle Frank

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Hummm??

Was PONG by Coleco ? I can't remember for sure.

Uncle Frank

:?
 

Seon-a Kim

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Yeah, Coleco was one of the many Pong clones indeed. The Coleco Telstar model 6040 was a Pong clone.

(I just added Sega Neptune, Neo Geo Pocket , Neo Geo Gold System and Neo Geo Silver System, Nintendo Game and Watch, Sony PSTwo, Sony PSX to the list)
 
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Seon-a Kim

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You sure that the Mattel Intellivision ftw isn't the Intellivision or Intellivision II?

If so, then I'll be happy to add ^_^

Others added to the list are Sony PocketStation, Nintendo Game and Watch, Bandai TV Jack, Mark Video Game, AS Audio Sonic PP-790/795...and a few others
 

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The Wonder Swan Color is another one that not deserve to be forgotten
 

Seon-a Kim

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That one was already added as "Bandai Wonderswan Colour" ^_^
 

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maybe the special editions of gba sp, for example the donkey kong edition =O!! (a red game boy advance lol xD!)

and the n64 pikachu edition
 

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i have a ?. back in the early 90s i had a games console that was all black and kinda rounded on the front.. it also had led's that ran across the front when u turned it on.. the game i remember play was teenage ninja turtels 2.. that was when i lived in israel. when i moved to the US i tried to find it but gave up... and when i saw this list it gave me some hope, does any one know what game console i am talking about? thanks alot
 
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Nintendo Famicon and NES are the same, equally Super famicon and SNES are the same.
The famicon was the name for it in Japan.
Your missing all little ones, like tomagochi (can't spell it) and all the ones you get at wal*mart/argos/whatever.

:D
 

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that is really quite a list u got there
I couldnt have named nearly half that much
 

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lol, i the philippines i saw one time a ''Gamestation'' it was from a japanese friend i know and he bought it over from a chinese girl, it facinating what the fake world all can make, what wil be next instead of Gameboy, gamegirl?? or V-box instead of X-box? lol you see the sky isn't the limit :p
 

Seon-a Kim

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Well, those are only the somewhat popular ones, if I was to post all Pong systems, then those alone would take up as much space :)
 

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Time to do some thread raising :)

@Seon-a Kim:

Hi,

Your list includes the Commodore Amiga line of computers (no one bought an A3000 for the games, for example), Atari ST, and a bunch of other computers which are not game systems. Just because a computer can be used to play games, doesn't make it a game system.

Especially not the Amiga line of computers. Those machines have a large quantity of serious software available for them and used to be shipped with a multi tasking os.

Please make sure you get the facts right when you make a list like this one, thank you.
 
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