Part 10 – Developing the Famicom Modem

| June 29, 2012

The following article by Masaharu Takano is a Oct. 8th, 2008 reprint of “How the Famicom Was Born – Part 10″ which appeared in the September 11th, 1995 edition of Nikkei Electronics. It was commissioned by Nathan Altice. The names and titles of the businesses and people mentioned in the series are unchanged from how […]

The Short-Lived Disk System

| June 12, 2012

The following article by Masaharu Takano is a Oct. 7th, 2008 reprint of “How the Famicom Was Born – Part 9″ which appeared in the March 27th, 1995 edition of Nikkei Electronics. It was commissioned by Nathan Altice. The names and titles of the businesses and people mentioned in the series are unchanged from how […]

Synonymous With the Domestic Game Console

| April 21, 2012

The following article by Masaharu Takano is a Oct. 6th, 2008 reprint of “How the Famicom Was Born – Part 8″ which appeared in the Jan. 16th, 1995 edition of Nikkei Electronics. It was commissioned by Nathan Altice. The names and titles of the businesses and people mentioned in the series are unchanged from how […]

Deciding on the Specs

| April 21, 2012

The following article by Masaharu Takano is a Oct. 3rd, 2008 reprint of “How the Famicom Was Born – Part 7″ which appeared in the Dec. 19th, 1994 edition of Nikkei Electronics. It was commissioned by Nathan Altice. The names and titles of the businesses and people mentioned in the series are unchanged from how […]

Making the Famicom a Reality

| March 28, 2012

The following article by Masaharu Takano is a Oct. 2nd, 2008 reprint of “How the Famicom Was Born – Part 6″ which appeared in the Sept. 12th, 1994 edition of Nikkei Electronics. It was commissioned by Nathan Altice. The names and titles of the businesses and people mentioned in the series are unchanged from how […]

The Dawn of Video Games

| February 14, 2012

The following article is a Sept. 26th, 2008 reprint of “How the Famicom Was Born – Part 1″ which appeared in the Jan. 31st, 1994 edition of Nikkei Electronics. It was commissioned by Nathan Altice. The names and titles of the businesses and people mentioned in the series are unchanged from how they appeared at […]