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Thread: A list of every video game console made to date

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    Cool A list of every video game console made to date

    I have made a list of every video game console made to date. Granted sometimes I got a little loose with my definition of what a console it but I think the list came out fine anyway.

    If youre curious about a console then I urge you to look it up, you might find something you like.

    First Generation (1972-1980):
    Magnavox Odyssey
    Odyssey 100
    Odyssey 200
    Odyssey 300
    Odyssey 400
    Odyssey 500
    Odyssey 2000
    Odyssey 3000
    Odyssey 4000
    Philips Odyssey 200
    Philips Odyssey 2001
    Philips Odyssey 2100
    TV Tennis Electrotennis
    Home Pong
    Pong Doubles
    Sears Pong IV
    Super Pong
    Super Pong Ten
    Ultra Pong
    Ultra Pong Doubles
    Tele-Pong
    TV Master MK IV
    Telstar
    Telstar Classic
    Telstar Deluxe (a.k.a. Video World of Sports)
    Telstar Ranger
    Telstar Alpha
    Telstar Colormatic
    Telstar Regent
    Telstar Sportsman
    Telstar Combat!
    Telstar Colortron
    Telstar Marksman
    Telstar Galaxy
    Telstar Gemini
    Telstar Arcade
    Color TV-Game 6
    Color TV-Game 15
    Color TV-Game Racing 112
    Color TV-Game Block Breaker
    Computer TV-Game
    TV Scoreboard
    Unisonic Sportsman
    Unisonic Tournament
    Philips Tele-Spiel ES-2201
    Tele-Spiel ES-2203
    Tele-Spiel ES-2204
    Tele-Spiel ES-2207 Travemünde
    Tele-Spiel ES-2208 Las Vegas
    Tele-Spiel ES-2218 Las Vegas
    Ping-O-Tronic
    Play-O-Tronic
    Videomaster
    Videomaster MKII
    Videomaster MKIII
    Videomaster Rally
    Videomaster Olympic
    Videomaster SuperScore
    Videomaster Strika
    Videomaster Strika 2
    Videomaster VisionScore
    Videomaster ColourShot
    Videomaster ColourScore
    Videomaster ColourScore II
    Videomaster All Star
    Videomaster Sportsworld
    Videomaster Colour Cartridge
    APF TV Fun 401
    APF TV Fun 401a
    APF TV Fun 402
    APF TV Fun 405
    APF TV Fun 406
    APF TV Fun 442
    APF TV Fun 444
    APF TV Fun 500
    BSS 01 (Bildschirmspiel 01)
    Telejogo
    Telejogo II
    Commodore TV Game 2000K
    Commodore TV Game 3000H
    Colorsport VIII
    Adversary
    Philips N20
    Philips N30
    Indy 500 system (a.k.a. Video Action 4)
    Speedway
    Speedway IV
    Video 2000
    Video 2400
    Video 2501
    Video 2800
    Video 3000
    Video 3001
    Tele-Ball
    Tele-Ball II
    Tele-Ball III
    Tele-Ball IV
    Tele-Ball V
    Tele-Ball VI
    Tele-Ball VII
    Tele-Ball VIII
    Tele-Ball IX
    Tele-Ball Cassette I & II
    Tele-Match 3300R
    Tele-Match 4400
    Tele-Match 6600
    Tele-Match 7700
    Ricochet Color TV Game
    Ricochet Super Pro
    Ricochet Challenger
    Ricochet Champion
    Ricochet Formula 500
    Ricochet 8
    Video Sports VS-1
    Video Sports VS-5
    Video Sports VS-7
    Stunt Cycle
    Video Pinball
    Bag-a-Tel
    TVG 101-4
    TVG 102-4
    Nose T' Nose
    Four-Way Video Game
    Face-Off Hockey/Soccer
    Fantasia 101
    Video Sport
    Gulliver Triple Challenge
    Wonder Wizard
    Wonder Wizard Bull's Eye
    Wonder Wizard Sharp Shooter
    Wonder Wizard Scoreboard
    Wonder Wizard Model 7709
    Healthkit
    Colorgame
    TV Sports 802
    TV Sports 77
    Quadtronics Model Q376
    Quadtronics Model Q476
    Gorilla Game Model TG-101
    Gorilla Game Model TG-201
    Sportsman T101
    Tournament 100
    Tournament 102
    Tournament 150
    Tournament 200
    Tournament 1000
    Tournament 2000
    Tournament 2501
    Olympian 2600
    TV jatek
    Ameprod TVG-10
    TV Games Computer (TVGC)

    Second Generation (1976-1992):
    Fairchild Channel F
    Channel F System II/Luxor Video Entertainment System/Adman Grandstand/Saba Videoplay/Nordmende Teleplay/ITT Tele-Match Processo/Dumont Videoplay/Barco Challenger
    Atari 2600 (a.k.a Atari Video Computer System or VCS)
    Atari 2800
    Atari 2600 Jr.
    Bally Astrocade
    Magnavox Odyssey²/Philips Odyssey²/Philips Videopac G7000/Philips Odyssey/Odyssey2
    Intellivision
    Arcadia 2001
    ColecoVision
    Atari 5200
    Vectrex
    RCA Studio II
    1292 Advanced Programmable Video System/1392 Advanced Programmable Video System/HMG-1292 Advanced Programmable Video System/HMG-1392 Advanced Programmable Video System/Force 2/Advanced Programmable Video System/Lansay 1392/PP-1292 Advanced Programmable Video System/PP-1392 Advanced Programmable Video System/VC-6000/MPU-1000/MPU-2000/Videomaster or Voltmace Database/Rowtron Television Computer System/Jeu Video TV/OC-2000/MPT-05/Super Play Computer 4000/VC 4000/CX-3000 Data Bass Sistem/Tele Computer/Video Computer H-21
    APF-MP1000
    VC 4000
    Cassette Vision
    VTech CreatiVision
    Super Vision 8000
    APF Imagination Machine
    Children's Discovery System
    Leisure Vision
    Microvision
    Entex Select-A-Game
    Entex Adventure Vision
    Epoch Game Pocket Computer
    Game & Watch

    Third Generation (1983-2003):
    SG-1000/SG-1000 II (a.k.a Mark II)
    Family Computer (Famicom or FC)/Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)/Hyundai Comboy/NES-101 (NES 2, NES top-loading model, Top Loader, or Nintendo Entertainment System Control Deck)
    Famicom Disk System
    Twin Famicom
    Sega Mark III/Master System/Master System II
    Atari 7800
    Casio PV-1000
    Nichibutsu My Vision
    Videopac + G7400
    Super Cassette Vision
    LJN Video Art
    Zemmix
    Dina/Chuang Zao Zhe 50/Telegames Personal Arcade
    Atari XEGS
    Action Max
    View-Master Interactive Vision
    VTech Socrates
    GX4000
    Commodore 64 Games System (C64GS)
    Halcyon
    BBC Bridge Companion

    Fourth Generation (1987-2004):
    PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16
    CD-ROM² System/TurboGrafx-CD
    Super CD-ROM²
    PC Engine Duo/TurboDuo
    PC Engine Duo-R
    PC Engine Duo-RX
    PC Engine CoreGrafx
    PC Engine CoreGrafx II
    PC Engine SuperGrafx
    PC Engine LT
    PC Engine Shuttle
    PC Engine GT
    Arcade CD-ROM²
    Arcade Card Pro
    Arcade Card Duo
    Vistar 16
    Sega Genesis/Mega Drive
    Sega CD/Mega-CD
    Mega Drive 2/Genesis 2nd model
    Genesis CDX
    TeraDrive
    Wondermega
    Wondermega 2
    Genesis 3
    Firecore
    Sega Pico
    Super Famicom (SFC)/Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super NES or SNES)/Super Comboy/New-Style Super NES (SNES Mini, SNES Jr., or SNS-101)
    Satellaview
    Super Game Boy
    Neo Geo AES (Advanced Entertainment System)
    Neo Geo CD
    Neo Geo CDZ
    Commodore CDTV
    Philips CD-i
    LaserActive
    Super A'Can
    Tandy Video Information System
    Terebikko/See 'N Say Video Phone
    Game Boy
    Game Boy Pocket
    Game Boy Light
    Atari Lynx
    Atari Lynx II
    Game Gear
    PC Engine GT/TurboExpress
    Gamate
    Watara Supervision/QuickShot Supervision
    Mega Duck/Cougar Boy
    Game Master/Systema 2000/Super Game/Game Tronic
    Game Plus

    Fifth Generation (1993-2005):
    3DO Interactive Multiplayer
    FZ-10 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
    3DO CD Changer "ROBO"
    IMP-21J TRY 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
    Alive 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
    3DO Alive II
    Creative 3DO Blaster
    Atari Jaguar
    Atari Jaguar CD (Jag CD)
    Genesis 32X/Super 32X/Mega Drive 32X/Mega 32X
    Sega Saturn
    PlayStation (PS, PS1, or PSX)
    PS one
    Nintendo 64 (N64)
    Nintendo 64DD (Disk Drive/Dynamic Drive a.k.a 64DD)
    iQue Player (a.k.a. Shén Yóu Ji)
    FM Towns Marty/FM Towns Marty 2
    Amiga CD32
    PC-FX
    Apple Bandai Pippin (stylized "PiP P!N")
    Playdia
    Casio Loopy
    Genesis Nomad (a.k.a Sega Nomad)
    R-Zone
    R-Zone X.P.G. (Xtreme Pocket Game)
    R-Zone SuperScreen
    Virtual Boy
    Game.com
    Game.com Pocket Pro
    Game Boy Color (GBC)
    Neo Geo Pocket (NGP)
    PocketStation
    WonderSwan
    WonderSwan Color
    SwanCrystal
    Design Master Senshi Mangajukuu (Denshi Manga Juku)

    Sixth Generation (1998–2013):
    Dreamcast
    PlayStation 2 (PS2)
    Slimline PlayStation 2 (PS2 Slim)
    GameCube
    Panasonic Q (a.k.a Q or GameQ)
    Xbox
    Nuon
    V.Smile
    XaviXPORT
    PSX digital video recorder
    Advanced Pico Beena (a.k.a. Beena or BeenaLite)
    Game Boy Advance (GBA)
    Game Boy Advance SP (GBA SP a.k.a. Game Boy Advance Special)
    Game Boy Micro
    Neo Geo Pocket Color (NGPC)
    Visual Memory Unit (VMU)/Visual Memory System (VMS)
    N-Gage
    N-Gage QD
    Tapwave Zodiac
    Pokémon Mini
    Leapster
    GP32
    Cybiko
    Cybiko Xtreme
    Visteon Dockable Entertainment System
    Pocket Dream Console (PDC)/MGT (Mobile Games Technology) Pocket Star LCD - Spielkonsole 30in1

    Seventh Generation (2005-2017):
    Xbox 360 Core
    Xbox 360 Pro/Premium
    Xbox 360 Elite
    Xbox 360 Arcade
    Xbox 360 Super Elite
    Xbox 360 S
    Xbox 360 E
    PlayStation 3 (PS3)
    PlayStation 3 Slim
    PlayStation 3 Super Slim
    Wii
    Wii Family Edition
    Wii Mini
    EVO Smart Console
    Zeebo
    HyperScan
    Game Wave
    Vii
    V.Flash/V.Smile Pro
    V.Smile V-Motion
    V.Smile Baby
    Nintendo DS (DS)
    Nintendo DS Lite
    Nintendo DSi
    Nintendo DSi XL
    PlayStation Portable (PSP a.k.a PSP-1000)
    PSP-2000
    PSP-3000
    PSP Go (a.k.a. PSP-N1000)
    PSP Street (a.k.a. PSP-E1000)
    Gizmondo
    digiBlast
    GP2X
    GP2X Wiz
    Caanoo (CAANOO)
    Leapster2
    Leapster Explorer
    Mi2/PDC Touch
    Mi2 XL
    Pandora
    VG Pocket Mini
    VG Pocket 50
    VG Pocket Max
    VG Pocket Caplet
    VG Pocket Tablet
    Dingoo A-320
    Dingoo A-330
    Dingoo A-380
    Ez MINI
    Gemei X760+
    LetCool N350JP
    V.Smile Pocket
    V.Smile Cyber Pocket
    Game Gadget

    Eigth Generation (2011-Present):
    Wii U
    PlayStation 4 (PS4)
    PlayStation 4 Slim (PS4 Slim)
    PlayStation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro)
    PlayStation TV (PS TV/PlayStation Vita TV/PS Vita TV)
    Xbox One
    Xbox One S
    Xbox One X
    Nintendo Switch
    Nvidia Shield (stylized SHILED a.k.a. Shield Android TV or Shield Console)
    Shield Pro
    Ouya
    GameStick
    GamePop
    MOJO (stylized M.O.J.O.)
    Amazon Fire TV
    OnLive Game System
    Nexus Player
    Playnux PX
    Apple TV
    GamePop
    Nintendo 3DS
    Nintendo 3DS XL/Nintendo 3DS LL
    Nintendo 2DS
    New Nintendo 3DS
    New Nintendo 3DS XL
    New Nintendo 2DS XL
    PlayStation Vita (PS Vita, Vita, or PCH-1000)
    PlayStation Vita Slim (PS Vita Slim, Vita Slim, or PCH-2000)
    Nvidia Shield Portable

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    One I had that I can't see on the list was an Acetronic MPU 1000, probably late 70's, early 80's. It could be under another name, I think there were clones or compatible consoles at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackhammer View Post
    One I had that I can't see on the list was an Acetronic MPU 1000, probably late 70's, early 80's. It could be under another name, I think there were clones or compatible consoles at the time.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1292_A...e_Video_System




    Edit:
    I'm wondering if the Video Sport listed as 1st gen is the Sheen 10x Video Sport series. I have a 100 model here, it's a pong clone made in Hong Kong and marketed in Australia, can run from 9v battery or 9v DC external power supply. I believe the 104 model is the same but lacks light gun games (and the gun peripheral), also the sticker on top of the unit is different.

    104:
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    100 or 106:
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    Well that's why I couldn't find it, it's a 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System...

    Favourite game was Space Invaders. There were variations on the same cart, one being guided missiles.

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    Edited my earlier post with info about the pong clone I have
    Those can still fetch over $150au on ebays, the 100 probably more as it's less common now.
    The 106C is a colour version, the 100 is B&W.

    Edit:
    Just dug my old 100 out and it seems it uses 6x AA batteries not a 9v single battery.
    Last edited by deadlegion; 21st-January-2019 at 23:50.
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    My fave one is the 9th

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