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100 Videogames (BFI Screen Guides)

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Videogames are one of the most culturally, socially and economically significant, not to mention pervasive, media forms. This guide provides a map of the most important games since the 1960s. It is aimed at both novices and acolytes alike as it journeys through the interesting, innovative and entertaining titles.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published April 6th 2007 by British Film Institute
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Tama Wise
I expected this book to be a little bigger, it's a tiny wee pocket sized volume (maybe a large coat pocket). 100 influencial computer games are listed within it's pages, each getting about two pages to describe it's significance. Easy to pick up and read a few entries here and there. Comes complete with screen shots. And any book that mentions my favourite flash game Sissyfight has to be good!
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