Multi Screen Game & Watch

Different models [of Game & Watch] were manufactured, with some having two screens and a clam-shell design (the Multi Screen Series). The Game Boy Advance SP, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 3DS later reused this design.

The original arcade Donkey Kong game was created when Shigeru Miyamoto was assigned by Nintendo to convert Radar Scope, a game that had been released to test audiences with poor results, into a game that would appeal more to Americans. The result was a major breakthrough for Nintendo and for the videogame industry [and later] Miyamoto created a greatly simplified version for the Game & Watch multiscreen.

From 1992 until 2016, Nintendo was also the majority shareholder for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball.

National MacLord Home Video SS Slow Motion Boxing

National was formerly the premier brand on most Matsushita products, including audio and video and was often combined as “National Panasonic” after the worldwide success of the Panasonic name.

The Video Home System (better known by its abbreviation VHS) is a consumer-level analog recording videotape-based cassette standard developed by Victor Company of Japan (JVC). By 1978, Matsushita alone produced just over half of all Japanese VCRs.

Slow motion (commonly abbreviated as slowmo) is an effect in film-making whereby time appears to be slowed down. It was invented by the Austrian priest August Musger.

The Drifters (ザ・ドリフターズ Za Dorifutāzu) is a Japanese rock and roll band and comedy group. The group is also known for its 40-second performance as an opening act for The Beatles’ first ever concert in Japan. [Members included] Boo Takagi — Joined 1964, Kōji Nakamoto — Joined 1965 [among others].

Dreamcast Sega Rally 2 Drifting

Drifting is a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels, while maintaining control from entry to exit of a corner.

Sega Rally 2 (セガラリー2) is an arcade racing game developed by Sega AM5 for the Model 3 arcade hardware. It is the sequel to 1994’s Sega Rally Championship. Sega Rally 2 was first released in arcades in February 1998, and was later ported by Smilebit to the Sega Dreamcast, becoming one of the console’s earliest titles when it was released in Japan on January 28, 1999.

The Dreamcast (ドリームキャスト Dorīmukyasuto) is a video game console that was released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan and later in 1999 in other territories.

Sega Corporation (株式会社セガ Kabushiki gaisha Sega) is a Japanese multinational video game developer, publisher and hardware development company headquartered in Japan, with various offices around the world. Sega’s roots can be traced back to a company based in Honolulu, Hawaii named Service Games, which began operations in 1940.