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consoles of history



Console full-list:

1st and 2nd Generation
1972 - Magnavox Odyssey
1976 - Coleco Telstar
1976 - Fairchild Channel F / Video Entertainment System (VES)
1979 - Channel F System II
1976 - Philips Odyssey
1976 - Pong
1976 - RCA Studio II
1977 - Atari 2600 / Atari Video Computer System (VCS) / Sears Video Arcade
1986 - Atari 2600 Jr.
          - Atari 2700 / Atari Remote Control VCS (canceled)
1983 - Atari 2800 / Sears Video Arcade II (Japan Only)
1982 - Coleco Gemini (Atari 2600 hardware clone)
1990 - TV Boy
          - TV Boy 2
1995 - Super TV-Boy
1977 - Bally Astrocade
1977 - Color TV Game 6 (Japan Only)
1978 - Color TV Game 15 (Japan Only)
1978 - Color TV Racing 112 (Japan Only)
1979 - Color TV Game Block Breaker (Japan Only)
1979 - Computer TV Game (Japan Only)
1978 - Interton VC 4000
1978 - Magnavox Odyssey²
1979 - APF Imagination Machine
1979 - Microvision
1980 - Game & Watch
1980 - Intellivision
1983 - Intellivision II
          - System Changer (Unlicensed Atari 2600 Compatibility)
1981 - PlayCable
1981 - CreatiVision
1981 - Epoch Cassette Vision
1982 - Emerson Arcadia 2001 (Leisure Vision in Canada)
1982 - Atari 5200
          - Atari 5100 / Atari 5200 Jr. (canceled)
1982 - ColecoVision
          - Expansion Module #1 (Unlicensed Atari 2600 Compatibility)
1982 - Commodore MAX Machine
1982 - Entex Adventure Vision
1982 - Vectrex

3rd Generation
1983 - MSX
1989 - Game Boy
1996 - Game Boy Pocket
1997 - Game Boy Light (Japan Only)
1991 - Sega Game Gear 1983 - PV-1000
1984 - Super Cassette Vision
1985 - Supergame VG 3000
1990 - Commodore 64GS
1989 - TurboGrafx-16
1987 - PC Engine
1986 - Atari 7800
1983 - Sega SG-1000
1984 - Sega SG-1000 II
1985 - Sega Master System, Sega Mark III
1992 - Sega Master System II
          - Sega Master System III
2006 - PlayPal
1983 - Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Famicom
1983 - C1 NES TV / Sharp Nintendo Television
1993 - NES-101 / AV Famicom
1986 - Famicom Disk System (Japan Only)
1987 - Action Max
1990 - Amstrad GX4000

4th Generation
1989 - Sega Mega Drive / Sega Genesis
          - Sega Mega Drive II
1994 - Sega Genesis II (North America Only)
          - Sega Mega Drive III (Brazil Only)
1998 - Sega Genesis 3 (Americas)
1992 - Sega CD
1994 - Sega Genesis 32X / Sega Mega Drive 32X / Sega Super 32X
          - JVC X'eye / The Wondermega
1989 - Atari Lynx
1992 - Action Gamemaster (unreleased)
1989 - TurboGrafx-16
          - TurboGrafx-CD
1990 - TurboExpress
1989 - SuperGrafx
          - Konix Multisystem (unreleased)
1990 - Neo-Geo
1994 - Neo-Geo CD
1994 - Neo-Geo CDZ
1991 - Commodore CDTV
1991 - Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) / Super Famicom
1990 - SF-1 SNES TV (Japan Only)
1997 - SNES 2 / Super Famicom Jr.
          - SNES-CD (canceled)
1993 - Satellaview (Japan Only)
1994 - Super Game Boy
1998 - Super Game Boy 2
1991 - FM Towns Marty (Japan Only)
1991 - CD-i
1991 - TurboDuo / PC Engine Duo
1992 - Supervision
1993 - Mega Duck/Cougar Boy
1993 - Pioneer LaserActive
1995 - Sega Nomad
1995 - Super A'Can

5th Generation
1995 - Virtual Boy
1995 - Apple Pippin
1994 - PC-FX
1995 - Atari Jaguar CD
          - Atari Jaguar II (canceled)
1994 - PlayStation
1999 - PocketStation
1997 - Net Yaroze
2000 - PS one
1994 - Sega Saturn
1993 - 3DO
1993 - Amiga CD32
1995 - Casio Loopy
1995 - R-Zone
1991 - FM Towns Marty
1997 - Game.com
1993 - Pioneer LaserActive
1994 - Playdia
1998 - Neo Geo Pocket
1998 - Game Boy Color
1993 - Atari Jaguar
1996 - Nintendo 64
1999 - Nintendo 64DD

6th Generation
          - ApeXtreme (canceled)
2004 - Atari Flashback
1998 - Dreamcast
2001 - Game Boy Advance
2003 - Game Boy Advance SP
2005 - Game Boy Advance SP Mark II
2005 - Game Boy Micro
2001 - GP32
2005 - GameKing
          - L600 (canceled)
2003 - N-Gage
2004 - N-Gage QD
1999 - Neo Geo Pocket Color
2001 - Nintendo GameCube
2003 - IQue Player
          - Panasonic M2 (canceled)
2001 - Panasonic Q
2000 - PlayStation 2
2004 - PlayStation 2 Slimline
2001 - Pokemon mini
2003 - PSX (DVR)
2001 - Q Game Boy Player
          - Rumble Station
2002 - SwanCrystal
2003 - Tapwave Zodiac
                    - V.Smile
1999 - WonderSwan
2000 - WonderSwan Color
2004 - XaviXPort gaming console
2001 - Xbox

7th Generation
2005 - Atari Flashback 2
2004 - C64 Direct-to-TV
2006 - Evo: Phase One
2005 - Fantastic Four TV game
2006 - FC Twin
2010 - GameSystem
2005 - Game Wave
2005 - Generation NEX
2005 - Gizmondo
2005 - GP2X
2009 - GP2X Wiz
2006 - Mattel HyperScan
2007 - iPhone
2007 - iPod Touch
2008 - N-Gage (service)
2009 - Mi2
2004 - Nintendo DS
2006 - Nintendo DS Lite
2008 - Nintendo DSi
2009 - Nintendo DSi XL
2010 - OnLive
2009 - Pandora
          - The Phantom
2006 - PlayStation 3
2009 - PlayStation 3 Slim
2004 - PlayStation Portable
2007 - PlayStation Portable Slim
2008 - PlayStation Portable "Brite"
2009 - PSP Go
2004 - Space Invaders
2006 - Wii
2005 - Xbox 360
2009 - Zeebo
2010 - Zone 40
2010 - Onlive
2005 - Gizmondo

8th Generation
2011 - Nintendo 3DS
2011 - Sony PlayStation Vita
2012 - Ouya
2013 - Nintendo Wii U
2013 - Sony PlayStation 4
2013 - Microsoft Xbox One
2017 - Nintendo Switch

9th Generation
2019 - Google Stadia
2020 - Sony Playstation 5
2020 - Microsoft Xbox Series X
2022 - Steam Deck



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