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Classic Home Video Games 1972-1984 SC (2012) A Complete Refernce Guide comic books 2010-2012

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    Classic Home Video Games 1972-1984 SC (2012) A Complete Refernce Guide 1-1ST

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    1st printing. By Brett Weiss. A must-own for retro gamers, Classic Home Video Games, 1972-1984 is the only book featuring descriptions/reviews for EVERY game for EVERY golden age video game console: Adventure Vision, APF MP1000, Arcadia 2001, Astrocade, Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 7800, ColecoVision, Fairchild Channel F, Intellivision, Microvision, Odyssey, Odyssey2, RCA Studio II, Telstar Arcade, and Vectrex. The book also includes history, publisher/developer info, system biographies, a glossary, a bibliography, an index, a listing of homebrew titles, and a preface by the author. Softcover, 316 pages, Text (with B&W Photos).

    Review excerpts for Classic Home Video Games, 1972-1984: *"A labor of love...comprehensive...recommended--Library Journal *"Thoroughly researched"--Game Informer *"A must-read...both fun and informative, a highly recommended purchase."--Video Game Collector *"Weiss's deep familiarity with his chosen subject matter is an asset of the text, and as a writer he conveys information clearly and without pretension...Weiss's reviews of obscure games make the book a treasure...impressive and fun book...valuable...the breadth of coverage here is astounding...a fun read and a nostalgic trip supreme...undeniably smart, historically valuable and wide-ranging in coverage."--GameCulture Journal