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1977 in video gaming

EventsEdit

Notable releasesEdit

 
The Atari Video Computer System was the most successful video game console of the second-generation era.

Video game consolesEdit

  • Nintendo releases the Color TV Game 6 dedicated home video game console, featuring six variations of Light Tennis (a Pong clone). Nintendo's partner, Mitsubishi, produces most of the system's hardware components.[10]
  • Philico releases the Telejogo dedicated home video game console, featuring three pre-installed games.

Home computersEdit

GamesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  10. ^ "Color TV Game 6". NinDB. Archived from the original on August 17, 2009. Retrieved February 18, 2006.
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