This day in Videogame History – November 29th

This day in Videogame History – November 29th

1982 – Atari files a copyright infringement suit against Imagic, claiming Demon Attack is a copy of Centuri’s Phoenix video game, which Atari has the exclusive right to produce for the home game market.
1993 – Sega releases the Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine video game for the Genesis in the US.
1994 – The American Broadcasting Company airs the Full House TV show in the USA. The family is playing the Super Nintendo using a NES Max controller.
2005 – Nintendo releases the Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time video game for the Nintendo DS in the US.
2005 – Sony releases an update for the PlayStation Portable in the U.S., via Internet connection or installed from a Memory Stick or UMD disc. The update allows Really Simple Syndication version 2.0 for audio streams, and Windows Media Audio file playback.
2005 – The National Institute on Media and the Family release a report calling the video game industry-operated rating system “beyond repair.”
2009 – The Fox Broadcasting Company airs The Simpsons TV show in the USA. Someone asks “So, you guys have any video games?”

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