1983 in video gaming

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List of years in video gaming (table)

Events[edit]

Business[edit]

Notable releases[edit]

Games[edit]

Arcade
Personal computer
Console

Hardware[edit]

Arcade
Console
  • 15 July, Sega releases the SG-1000 console in Japan,[30] on the same day as the Famicom.
  • 15 July, Nintendo releases the Family Computer (Famicom) console in Japan. Shortly after its release, complaints begin to surface about rampant system instability, prompting Nintendo to issue a product recall and to rerelease the machine with a new motherboard.[2] It would later be released worldwide as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
  • GameLine, a combination modem and dialup game distribution service for the Atari 2600, is announced but never ships.
Personal computer

References[edit]

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  22. ^ Dru Hill: The Chronicle of Druaga, 1UP
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  27. ^ "Road Racers". CRASH (16): pp.45. May 1985. 
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