Welcome, our vintage video game website is organized with useful game related resources that will help you search for the best discount bargains on past video game console systems and cartridges from the past few decades in North America. If you are shopping for good bargains or searching for a rare video game, this is the place to find it. We organize sales listings for several different brands of retro game consoles for sale and list the best low prices and discount bargains that you can find online. Some of these vintage brands of home arcade systems home arcade systems include popular old game consoles from the 80's such as Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 7800, Master System, Colecovision, Commodore, Intellivision, Nintendo, SNES, Sega Genesis, and Jaguar. We also have listed past Sega systems such as the Sega Master System, Genesis, Dreamcast, and Gamegear, as well as other systems such as Microsoft Xbox, PlayStation. We also list all the past favorite Nintendo systems such as Super Nintendo (SNES), GameBoy Color, Nintendo 64, and the GameCube. Many of these used older home arcade consoles are still in mint condition and play the original game cartridges. Our site also have current gaming systems like Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3), and Nintendo Wii bundle sets in stock and on sale below original retail prices. If you can't find your specific video game product, try using our search engine. You can also use our drop down menu to sort these listings by price and time. Our sales listings are from eBay which update in real time 24/7 so these sales listings are constantly updating with new discounts and bargains every day.
Our retro video game website contains listings for various home video game consoles for the past 30 years. If you are looking for a rare console or game, you can contact us or try the search engine listed above. We do our best to bring you the best videogame resource and discount deals currently available online. Check back often because these sales listings change daily.
The History of Video Games
While he was working on his PhD degree on Human-Computer interaction at the University of Cambridge, Alexander S. Douglas created the first computer game with a digital graphical display in 1952. It was similar to the classic game Tic-Tac-Toe. Douglas programmed the game on a EDSAC vacuum tube computer with a cathode ray tube display. Then in 1958, William Higinbotham created the first videogame, called "Tennis for Two," on an oscilloscope at Brookhaven National Laboratory. This inspired other innovators such as Ralph Baer who wrote in 1967 the first video game displayed on a television set called Chase. From his schematic, a prototype known as the brown box was produced. And this invention would eventually lead Baer to create the world's first home video game console: The Magnavox Odyssey in 1972.