The Game Console 2.0: A Photographic History from Atari to Xbox
(as of Oct 02,2022 12:52:37 UTC – Details)
From the Publisher
‘Gorgeous…A Nostalgic Treat’
“This book gathers gorgeous images into a visual history of games, and it’s such a nostalgic treat to pore over.”
—Keith Stuart, The Guardian, 1 of 20 Books Every Video Gamer should Read
‘Intense, Loving Detail’
“Photographed in intense, loving detail, the book quite literally unpacks 86 consoles and examines their innards.”
‘Vibrant…A Nostalgic Trip’
“A vibrant, 264-page book that’s packed cover to cover with full-color photos of video game consoles. Spanning consoles like the Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System, to modern-day ones like the PlayStation 4, it’ll take you on a nostalgic trip and make you appreciate the history of your favorite consoles.”
—Brandon Carte, Yahoo Life
About the Author
Evan Amos is a passionate video game fan and photographer. His work has been featured in Game Informer, Kotaku, Wired, Retro Gamer, and other popular media outlets.
Who is this book for?
Geeks and Gamers
Game historians and designers
Anyone interested in hardware, technology, or vintage consoles
Anyone looking for a unique gift for gamers in their life
About the Publisher
No Starch Press has published the finest in geek entertainment since 1994, creating both timely and timeless titles like Python Crash Course, Python for Kids, How Linux Works, and Hacking: The Art of Exploitation. An independent, San Francisco-based publishing company, No Starch Press focuses on a curated list of well-crafted books that make a difference. They publish on many topics, including computer programming, cybersecurity, operating systems, and LEGO. The titles have personality, the authors are passionate experts, and all the content goes through extensive editorial and technical reviews. Long known for its fun, fearless approach to technology, No Starch Press has earned wide support from STEM enthusiasts worldwide.
Publisher:NO STARCH (19 October 2021)
Dimensions:21.11 x 2.36 x 26.19 cm