Can you name the Video Game Systems (released in the U.S.)? That statement burned in my mind for 12 minutes. This game, which I was linked through Kotaku, asks you to name all of the video game systems released in the US. They are missing some, like the Sega 32X, which confused me because I was SURE it was system. Thankfully, by not having the Sega 32X, it focused my mind on the "32," which reminded me of the Amiga CD32. (There, that was a freebie!)
I'm sure they are missing some others, but whatever, it was still fun to take the quiz. I managed to get a very high 46 out of 68, two of which were accidental. That makes up for two easy ones I should have got, which are the 3DO and CD-i. Damnit. Anywho, you can see my results below. The red are systems I missed, while the black are ones I got. I blurred the image so it doesn't give away answers either. Mwa ha ha ha.
I was only able to get so high because of my video game history class taken last semester and seeing a video on the top ten worst video game consoles recently. Go take the quiz.
Random fact: Coleco, the company that made the ColecoVision, is named Coleco because their abbreviation stands for Connecticut Leather Company. Yes, a leather company made a video game system. Hilarious.