Now on sale is Mark Rollin’s new work “El Funs”, podcast and well-known editor at 3DJuegos.
Over the years, there have been many video games that have made history in one way or another, defining electronic entertainment as we know it today. So putting them all together in one book is no easy task, although it is precisely the challenge for veteran podcast maker and promoter of videogame history Marc Rollan El Funs, which you can read every Sunday at 3DJuegos. Currency? Responds to the name Play History: 50 Video Games That Changed the World, Which are now on sale in specialized bookshops and on the Internet throughout Spain.
The “operating record” is not an exhaustive summary of anecdotes without moreMark Rollin“Play Historia will not be a compendium of anecdotes without more, but rather a journey through the interests of major history developers, analyzing their historical context and their influence on subsequent generations,” reads the official summary of this massive research work that was embodied in A 1008-page book. Play History talks about some of the most influential games, their evolution, their main directors and other details that will serve to better understand the evolution of the medium over the years.
“The comprehensive compilation in one volume of the history of fifty titles is the most distinctive in the evolution of the history of the video game, that which was due to its superiority. Shaped industry and market As we know it today, “she describes it. Its editor has also devoted a few words to Mark Roland, stating that” it’s not just 50 games. [que cambiaron el mundo]But there are nearly 1,000 games, some almost as if they had their own chapter, ”confirms Ferran Gonzalez.
Mark Rollin “El Funs” at 3DGames
If you are interested in the book, startmagazinebooks.com will inform you of the libraries where you can actually buy Play History: The 50 Video Games That Changed the World at a Price 31 euros. While waiting for a copy, you can read some of the latest articles published by The Funs on 3DJuegos, such as the story of Sonic 4, Brutal Crisis, or GTA IV, Rockstar and the misconception that delay kills a video game.
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