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Episode 14 : The Crash

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Season 2

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In the early 80's video games were still a young medium, but they were responsible for billions of dollars in sales every year. Predictions were made that video games would surpass films in revenue. But in the blink of an eye, it all went terribly wrong: game companies disappeared left and right, arcades fell into decline, and the end of video games was declared. In this episode of Icons, we'll hear from the people involved to find out what went wrong--and why.


Genres: Documentary

Episodes
Episode 1 : Atari
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Episode 2 : Music Music
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Episode 3 : Unreal
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Episode 4 : Yu Suzuki
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Episode 5 : Intellivision
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Episode 6 : The Legend Of Zelda
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Episode 7 : Xbox
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Episode 8 : Arcade
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Episode 9 : The History Of E3
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Episode 10 : LucasArts
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Episode 11 : Red Storm
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Episode 12 : Warren Spector
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Episode 13 : PC Gaming
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Episode 15 : Games In The Military
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Episode 16 : Naughty Dog
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Episode 17 : Mario Franchise
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Episode 18 : Onimusha
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Episode 19 : Mega Man
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Episode 20 : Yuji Naka
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Episode 21 : Final Fantasy
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Episode 22 : Dungeons and Dragons
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