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CNBC examines the history of the video game industry from the first tennis game developed for an oscilloscope to the Atari and video arcade game boom of the early 1980s. It looks at the history of electronic game all the way up to the current Nintendo, Playstation, and Xbox game systems.

  1. Bob Waldman

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Nolan Bushnell

    Himself - Video Game Engineer

  2. Bill Griffeth

    Himself - Narrator

  3. Ralph H. Baer

    Himself - Magnavox Odyssey Inventor

  4. Howard Lincoln

    Himself - Former Chairman, Nintendo of America

  5. Michael Katz

    Michael Katz

    Himself - Former President, Sega America

  6. Tom Kalinske

    Himself - Former President, Sega America

  7. Kaz Hirai

    Himself - President, Sony Computer Entertainment of America

  8. Al Alcorn

    Himself - Pong Inventor

  9. Alan Miller

    Himself - Atari Game Designer

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Game On! The Unauthorized History of Video   Games

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Original Language English

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