I received a free sample of the book,The Video Games Guide in exchange for writing a review on my blog
The book is actually labeled in alphabetical order. Therefore, finding the correct information of each game is very easy to do! To search for a game, just look for the first letter of the game you want, example M for Mario. You will find everything about the games developed with Mario and the time period. However, many games used the title Super Mario, so check under that name and you get all the games from N64 to Nintendo with the use of Super Mario. There are plenty of games under there and that is so awesome! Plus, all the other games you can check out information about, like Final Fantasy, Simpsons, Tetris ( a favorite of my moms, and so much more!
Honestly, I am such a gamer, love reviewing new games and testing them as a Beta tester! I was always playing video games with my twin when growing up since I was 5 years old. That is why I just couldn't pass up this book! I really and always wanted to learn about the games back then, cause I want to collect them all! However, searching online is a bit difficult and can be time-consuming. Though, with this guide, I feel well informed and even learn the exact date and information about the game as well. Finally, this is a wonderful gaming guide and full or information of each game. It's like a dictionary for games! Excellent book to own, highly recommend!
Information About The Author:
Video game expert Matt Fox lives in the medieval city of Canterbury in the United Kingdom. He is the regional coordinator for a charity that runs engineering projects within schools and is also heavily involved in the teaching and promotion of space science in the UK.
- Title: The Video Games Guide; 2 edition
- Author: Matt Fox
- Publication date: (January 3, 2013)
- Paperback: 416 pages
- Language: English
- pISBN: 978-0-7864-7257-4
- eISBN: 978-1-4766-0067-3
- Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 1 x 9.9 inches
- Publisher: McFarland
- Phone #: 800-253-2187
McFarlandbooks- The Video Games Guide 1,000+ Arcade, Console and Computer Games, 1962–2012, 2d ed. by Matt Fox
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