Tonight, I am presenting the latest video from the PBS Game/Show YouTube channel. The History of Nintendo is defined by its wacky controller designs. From the NES to the WiiU, nearly every new generation of console brought some new way to control their games. The NES had the D-pad, the SNES had shoulder buttons, the N64 had the Z-Trigger, and so on. But why? Why do we find such innovate use of controls in Nintendo and not in Sony or Microsoft? Join Jamin on this week’s episode of Game/Show as he answers the question and looks at the incredible history of Nintendo’s controllers!
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