video games gallery from the last century

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MatraEtHachette
MattelAquarius
MemotechMTX
MicroAce
Microdigital
Micronique
Microprocessors
MicroprocessorT
MitsubishiMSX
MontgomeryWard
MSX1
MSX2
MSX2plus
MSXturboR
MultitechMicroP


MSX1

    Computers:127 ( :6 Games:2 :1 )    Consoles:3     Art


Hideo Kojima


Hideo Kojima (小島 秀夫, Kojima Hideo, born August 24, 1963) is a Japanese video game designer, director, producer and writer.

Regarded as an auteur of video games,[2] he developed a strong passion for action/adventure cinema and literature during his childhood and adolescence. In 1986, he was hired by Konami, for which he designed and wrote Metal Gear (1987) for the MSX2, a game that laid the foundations for stealth games and the Metal Gear series, his best known and most appreciated works. The title that consecrated him as one of the most acclaimed video game designers is Metal Gear Solid (1998) for PlayStation. He is also known for producing the Zone of the Enders series, as well as writing and designing Snatcher (1988) and Policenauts (1994), graphic adventure games regarded for their cinematic presentation.

In 2005, Kojima founded Kojima Productions, a software house controlled by Konami, and by 2011, he was appointed vice president of Konami Digital Entertainment.
In 2015, Kojima Productions split from Konami, becoming an independent studio. Their first game was Death Stranding, which released in 2019.
Kojima has also contributed to Rolling Stone, writing columns about the similarities and differences between films and video games.
On November 10, 2019, Kojima was awarded two Guinness World Records for most followed video game director on Twitter and Instagram.