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Learn how modern video game software is produced

The Atari 2600 game console came out in 1977. By today's standard it had a relatively simple processor, and was very limited in the amount of software code it could run in "real-time". Because the game cartridge consisted of only a 4K memory chip, game designs were fairly simple and usually the work of a single programmer. Today's consoles, such as the Xbox 360 and PS3, have tremendous processing power and can run games with very detailed graphics and elaborate story lines. The days of the single programmer writing binary code are gone, and they've been replaced by large production teams that would rival that of a Hollywood movie.

 

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