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19th September 2017
 
Title: Game Over: How Nintendo Zapped an American Industry Captured Your Dollars and Enslaved Your Children
Author: Sheff, David
Price: £35.00
Publisher: Random House
Date Published: 1993
Specifications: HC., 445pp., 6.5" x 9.5", 850g.
ISBN: 0679404694
Condition: Very good in dust jacket.
Copies in stock: 1
Category: Computers and Communications More books in this category
Company: Nintendo More books about this company
Book type: Company History
Hindsight ID: 1564
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Notes: Not only an account of the rise of this Osaka-based company from playing cards to electronic games, but also chronicles the origins of the video game industry and the fortunes of early players such as Atari. Much of the book is focused on the critical operations of the highly succesful US marking company. Also goes behind the scenes in Japan. US Edition.

Keys: Nintendo, Japan, Osaka, Video, Electronic Games, mario, Miyamoto, Yamuchi, Arakawa, Atari, Bushnell, Sega, Asia



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