See the museum's presentations of the consoles with release date, the year 1978. Through the database of the Video Games Museum's collection, find useful information with the presentation of each console, as well as its technical characteristics. You can also view high resolution photographic material.
Entries are in alphabetical order.
The Acetronic MPU 1000 console was a home video game system that was released in the late 1970s by a British electronics company called Acetronic. The console was designed to compete with other home video game systems that were popular at the time, such as the Atari 2600 and the Magnavox Odyssey.
The Atari 2600, also known as the Atari VCS (Video Computer System), is a home video game console released in 1977 by Atari, Inc.
The Philips Odyssey 2100 console is a vintage video game console released by Philips in 1978. It was the successor to the Philips Odyssey 2000 console and was one of the earliest home video game consoles to hit the market.
The Philips Videopac C52 is a home video game console that was released in 1982 by Philips Consumer Electronics.
The Philips Videopac G7000, also known as the Magnavox Odyssey 2 in North America, is a vintage video game console that was released in 1978. It was designed to be connected to a TV and came with two controllers and a set of game cartridges.