ROLENTA PRESS PRESENTS THE 2ND EDITION OF:
PHOENIX: THE FALL & RISE OF VIDEOGAMES
This new edition expands upon the original and presents the history of videogames from the earliest computer games through 1996's newest next-generation machines such as the Nintendo64 and the Sony Playstation.
New for the second edition:
Leonard Herman, the author of Phoenix: The Fall & Rise of Videogames, is a member of the VIDEOTOPIA advisory panel.
"After reading this book you will not only understand video games better, but the industry as a whole."
"Phoenix can be counted on as a colorful, sharp, and concise reference book for anyone who desires to plumb the origins of the gaming industry."
"Leonard Herman brings a rare sense of perspective to his compelling history of videogames. This insightful book would make a wonderful gift for any videogame buff."
"One of the most fascinating books I've read this year. The times are more than ready for a book such as this."
"One of the only books out that even attempts to summarize the history of home gaming. It's a good read."
"Herman writes with insight born of love for his topic, and offers in-depth research and straightforward reporting of the events, deals, and conflicts that mark videogame history."
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