Video: The Animated History of Nintendos Consoles and Handhelds

Animators Anthony Veloso and Quentin Dron have created a clever video that highlights the history of Nintendo’s home consoles and handhelds. Not be confused with Brawl in the Family’s History of Nintendo tribute, the video starts off with the company’s popular Game & Watch handhelds from the early 1980s and ends with the recent release of the Wii U. Near the end, we are treated to the animators re-imagining the Nintendo logo in the form of the logos of Nintendo’s classic franchises. All in all, Veloso and Dron covered all the basics in Nintendo’s history, while flexing off their typography and quick animations skills.

Much to our disappointment though, the Virtual Boy didn’t make the cut in the video’s historic console/handheld rundown.

Enjoy!

One Response to Video: The Animated History of Nintendos Consoles and Handhelds

  1. Jose says:

    >> wat about the rby sessions?Dimitri aleardy explained that he focus’s mainly on Application Express which is why he set up the report to track that. You could probaly do a google serach or fdind a site that focus’s on Oracle and Ruby and get more information.Also don’t save on the bits and capitals.What about the Ruby sessions? With complete words is much easier to read and makes more sense.

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