PBS offers The Video Game Revolution:

From Fad to Phenomenon

This is the story of how a whimsical invention of the 1960s helped spawn the computer industry as we know it. Video games have influenced the way children live and play, forever altered the entertainment industry, and even affected the way wars are fought. See how it all began and find out what it means for the future….

The Video Game Revolution examines the evolution and history of the video game industry, from the 1950s through today, the impact of video games on society and culture, and the future of electronic gaming.

Airing in D.C. Wednesday, September 8, at 9:00pm, MPT/Maryland Public Television, Channel 67 (and re-aired Thursday, September 9, 12:00am).


One Response to PBS: The Video Game Revolution

  1. GTA says:

    Video games are now being made that target adults. The teens of the 60s and 70s now have families of ther own and video games are played by most members of the house hold. Mom and or Dad may wait for the younger ones to go to bed or, out before they play.

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