This day in Videogame History – December 6th

This day in Videogame History – December 6th

1982 – Mike Perez scores a world record 30,780 on the Moon Shuttle arcade game.
1995 – Sony announces sales of the PlayStation video game system in the US to date: 300,000 units. Sales of the Sega Saturn video game system in the US to date: 130,000.
1996 – Enix releases the Dragon Quest III Remix video game for the Super Famicom in Japan.
2004 – Auction sales begin for final assets of Acclaim Entertainment.
2004 – Nintendo releases the Mario Party 6 video game for the GameCube in the US.
2004 – LucasArts releases the Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords video game for the Xbox in the US.
2006 – Ubisoft releases the Star Wars: Lethal Alliance video game for the PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS in the US.

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