Watch Now: Video Game Consoles Through The Years

In honor of Geek Appreciation Month, we here at Geeks of Doom would like to direct your attention to a really cool video compiled by the good folks over at Elder Geek which shows every video game console ever made!

You can watch it below.

This video is a great piece that has not only pictures of every console, but video game music as well from music from 8-bit games all the way up to today’s video game music.

I have to tell you I fell in love with this video, because it is such a great tribute to all the great and not so great consoles of the past and current day. I hope you enjoy this video, which runs about 23 minutes. I saw the first console I ever owned in this video, it was the SEGA Genesis.

Leave a comment here below telling us what your first gaming console was. Did you spot it in this video?


Thanks to Vinnie R. for the tip!


  1. Here it goes: my first gaming console was the Coleco Telstar Arcade from 1977 (I think it’s just before the 2-minute mark in the video), got it for Christmas that year. I was very little, but always remembered it because of its shape and that the cartridges were triangular.

    Comment by Empress Eve — August 6, 2010 @ 1:47 pm

  2. Who randomly decided it was “Geek Appreciation Month”, and when?

    Comment by David — August 6, 2010 @ 11:17 pm

  3. NES, 1985

    Comment by Collin — September 8, 2010 @ 3:12 pm

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