How new technology is bringing the social aspect back to gaming
(BPT) - The advent of popular 1970s video game Pong marked the start of a competitive and social nature of playing video games, where kids across the country would gather to compete and crown one person champion. Since then the gaming industry has seen countless changes and updates from gaming consoles, accessories, game features, graphics and of course, the style of game play. What once was a social activity evolved into an isolated hobby. Now, new technology is changing the future of gaming.
History of popular gaming
After Pong, Atari’s console was born in the mid-seventies along with the concept of cartridge-based games where gamers could access several different titles at once. In 1985 Nintendo came out with their first gaming console, which featured numerous multiplayer titles including Super Mario Bros. and a number of sports games that continued to dominate the gaming industry throughout the 1990s. These platforms were ideal for social, face-to-face multiplayer gaming as they supported multiple controllers.
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