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History of video game consoles
also called Comparison of third-generation game consoles and has 3 more synonyms

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  1. The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Family Computer (Famicom) sold by far the most units of any third generation console in North America and Japan

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  2. later known as the Nintendo Entertainment System in the rest of the world

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  3. the third generation began in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Famicom

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  4. the latter half of which is sometimes known as the 8 bit era

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  5. a term from the history of computer and video games

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