I've always been fascinated with the history of video games, and this 'Pixel Galaxy' book by Sergio Ingravalle allows fans like myself to dive into the history of the number one selling handheld video game console in history, the Game Boy.
Coming in a stylish green cover which emulates the look of the original block-like Nintendo Game Boy, 'Pixel Galaxy' details the rise and continued success of the portable video game player with many pixelated illustrations along the way. Some familiar titles to be featured in the 'Pixel Galaxy' book include Link’s Awakening, Castlevania, Street Fighter II, Tetris and everyone's personal favorite, Pokemon.
Implications - Consumers enjoy reading about the history of products because it inspires them to innovate and ideate on their own terms. Corporations may find it highly profitable to release product retrospectives detailing their own line of goods.
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