Game Consoles

15 Fun Facts About the Nintendo Game Boy

So many journeys as a child were filled by the seemly never ending onslaught of the Game Boy’s heavy-hitters including Pokémon & Zelda. The simplicity, the games, and easy controls made the Game Boy one of the most popular handhelds in the world. Here are 15 facts about this gaming icon.

5 Fun Facts About Sony’s PlayStation 2

The PlayStation 2 is a console so many of us remember fondly; from the graphics & the aesthetics of the console itself to the amazing franchises released on the platform, they all made the PS2 a winner in so many people’s books. Here we're going to look at 5 fun facts about the PS2!

5 Awesome Facts About Sony’s PlayStation One

Ah the PlayStation, a serious shot of nostalgia for so many people across the world. Even after all this time since the PSone was the most popular console in any child's home, there's still some awesome facts you don't know about Sony's PS1. Here's 5 facts you didn't know...

Interesting Facts About Nintendo’s Wii U

Nintendo has been developing games consoles for over two decades now, from the beloved N64 & Game Boy, to the Wii U – released back in 2012. While the original Wii consoles were not as impressive when compared to the Xbox or the PlayStation, this Wii U has truly set itself apart with the ability […]

20 Interesting Facts About the Nintendo 64

The Nintendo 64, or N64 as it’s vastly known, was a ground-breaking console in many respects. A truly revolutionary console that held many firsts and lasts of modern gaming. A console that helped shape gaming as it is today. So there will be a few things that surprise you to learn about the N64, like […]

Interesting Facts About Sony’s Playstation 4

In late 2013 the world was treated to the release of the next generation in gaming consoles. The two main contenders of the console wars were, of course, Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. Check out these interesting facts about the PS4.

Interesting Facts About Microsoft’s Xbox One

So 2013 saw the release and battle of the next generation’s consoles. No matter where you’re from it was pretty big news. Big enough to even feature as a theme in South Park‘s brilliant season seventeen three-parter that hurled the console wars into the mix with Game of Thrones and the madness of Black Friday. […]

Amazing Facts On The Atari 2600

Can you remember the first video game you played? I can remember playing on Pokémon Yellow and Spyro the Dragon. They’re my earliest memories. Some of you may remember playing Pac-Man and Space Invaders on the Atari. The 2600 was one of the most popular Atari consoles, so read on to find out more. Atari […]

26 Facts About the Sega Dreamcast

The Sega Dreamcast was a video games console way ahead of its time. If you’ve ever owned a Dreamcast, check out these awesome facts! The Sega Dreamcast was the first 128-bit console in the market. The name of this console was declared as “Katana”, but was later changed to Dreamcast. It was released on the […]

What You Didn’t Know About Nintendo InfoGraphic

Nintendo is a staple of many people’s childhood. Interestingly enough, this now popular video game company actually started as a playing card company. Can you imagine how different our lives would be if they only stuck to making card games? Maybe we would all be spending more time outside! If you’re a fan of Mario, […]

Amazing Nintendo Facts

Here’s some amazing facts all about the Nintendo company, looking at facts about Nintendo’s gaming consoles, famous characters and games. To all you gamer geeks out these, these facts will be perfect to further your nerdy knowledge. For example, it’s shocking to think that Mario has appeared in over 200 games… Luigi must be jealous! […]

Facts About Xbox 360

The Xbox 360 is the second video game console produced by Microsoft, the first one being just the Xbox. It has competed with the Sony PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii. Xbox 360 was first released on 22nd November 2005 and since then over 70 million Xbox 360 consoles have been sold worldwide. There are over […]