Before really getting into all the aspects of Wii games, let’s take a trip down memory lane and examine the history of video games. Video games have come far in terms of cool graphics in addition to sound technology. Although video games didn’t exist a hundred a long time ago, the enhancement in graphics as well as sound technology revolutionized what people think of video games today.
Unlike what you observe in video games today that has great 3D and lifelike graphics and sounds, it began with a game named as Computer Space. This video game was released via Nutting Associates in 1970 and was the first coin-operated arcade video game.
In 1972, the Odyssey 100 video game system was launched. This unique video game could be attached to a standard TV to display the graphics and play the game. In the same year, Atari released Pong. This coin operated machine was played with two short vertical lines that were move up and down to avoid letting the “ball” go by.