Corpus ID: 109871038

Trigger happy : the inner life of videogames

@inproceedings{Poole2000TriggerH,
  title={Trigger happy : the inner life of videogames},
  author={Steve. Poole},
  year={2000}
}
A ground-breaking account of the cultural history and impact of videogames, from Pong and Space Invaders to Tomb Raider and Tekken. Videogames are here to stay. It is now more than a quarter of a century since the appearance of the first commercially available videogame, Pong. Now the profits on blockbuster games are measured in terms of the first weekend's millions, like those of mass-market films. Sony estimates that nearly 1 in 5 UK households has a Playstation; worldwide sales of its… Expand
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