In 1983, video game revenues were $3.2 billion dollars. In just two years, revenues had dropped to $100 million, a 97% drop. Enter Masayuki Yukawa and a team of crack Japanese inventors.
They developed the next generation of video game consoles, featuring a reliable and iconic front-loading cartridge system and a new set of design parameters. By 1988, sales of their cartridges eclipsed the total combined sales of all other home computer software, and Japan was cemented as the dominant force in video game design.
Printed on 100% cotton Next Level 3600 and 3900 tees with printed interior label. Available in red in unisex sizes S-3XL and maroon in women's sizes S-2XL.
This item is custom made and therefore cannot be returned or exchanged.