Little Book of Video Games
This fascinating book takes you through the history of computer games, from the golden age of arcade games in the late 1970s and 1980s, and the introduction of home computers, handheld games and, of course, all the classic consoles, right through to today’s revolutionary gaming without controllers. Plus, with sections on the greatest and most influential video games of all time, from Pong in 1972 to the blockbusters of today, as well as profiles on all of gaming history’s most important figures, The Little Book of Video Games is a must-read for all video game fans.
Andrew O'Brien was born in Liverpool, in 1976. After gaining his BA Honours degree in History in 1997, he moved to London and spent six years writing for "The Daily Telegraph." His first three books, the "Little Book"s of "The Orient Express" and "Deadliest Ca"tch, plus "The World's Greatest Sporting" Rivalries, were released in 2012. Andrew and his family live in the Nottinghamshire countryside, where he plays golf off an unmentionable handicap.