Today, video games are virtually everywhere. Each day, millions of people play games on smartphones that fit in the palms of their hands as well as on home consoles and computers that connect them with friends and strangers around the world. However, six decades ago, few people could have imagined a US$150 billion (and growing) global video game industry that would marry technology, art, and business to reshape the way that we play. What started in laboratories on massive mainframe computers that few had access to grew into one of the most prolific and important popular cultural mediums of the 21st century.
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