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Sega Master System Encyclopedia

Author: Derek Slaton

Publisher: VGA

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Page: 436

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The Sega Master System Encyclopedia aims to be the definitive publication on the USA releases for the system. Over the course of 435 pages you'll find that every game has an in depth review, multiple screen shots, and cover scans. The goal with this is to make sure that the memory of the games from this era lives on for future gaming generations. Granted not all of the games within these pages deserve to be remembered fondly, but they do deserve to be remembered nonetheless. The reviews are equal parts informative and entertaining. While the purpose of encyclopedias isn't to be entertaining, the purpose of gaming is, so there was a great effort to make reading about games fun.

Encyclopedia of Video Games: A-L

Author: Mark J. P. Wolf

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

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Category: Social Science

Page: 763

View: 935

This encyclopedia collects and organizes theoretical and historical content on the topic of video games, covering the people, systems, technologies, and theoretical concepts as well as the games themselves. * More than 300 A–Z cross-referenced and integrated entries, from Atari to Zelda * Dozens of screenshots and photographs * A "Further Reading" bibliography section is included with many entries

The NES Encyclopedia

Every Game Released for the Nintendo Entertainment System

Author: Chris Scullion

Publisher: Pen and Sword

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Category: Games & Activities

Page: 264

View: 501

The NES is one of the most iconic video game systems of all time, and is credited with ‘saving’ the American video games industry in the early 80s when it looked likely to collapse. The NES Encyclopedia is the first ever complete reference guide to every game released on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo's first industry-defining video game system. As well as covering all 714 officially licensed NES games, the book also includes more than 160 unlicensed games released during its lifespan, giving for the first time a definitive history of this important console's full library. Written by a retro gaming expert with 30 years of gaming experience and a penchant for bad jokes, the NES Encyclopedia promises to be both informative and entertaining. The NES continues to enjoy a strong cult following among Nintendo fans and gamers in general with wide varieties of officially licensed merchandise proving ever popular: both for older fans who remember it the first time around, and younger gamers discovering the system for the first time through Nintendo’s regular re-releases of its older games. Nintendo’s most recent console, the Switch, is the fastest selling video game console of all time in the United States and Japan. Nintendo will be launching a variety of classic NES games for download on the system later in 2018, meaning a new audience of gamers is due to discover the NES for the first time.

The SNES Encyclopedia

Every Game Released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Author: Chris Scullion

Publisher: White Owl

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Category: Games & Activities

Page: 272

View: 753

Following on from the previously released NES Encyclopedia, The SNES Encyclopedia is the ultimate resource for fans of Nintendo's second home video game console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Containing detailed information on all 780 games released for the SNES in the west, this enormous book is full of screenshots, trivia and charmingly bad jokes. It also includes a bonus section covering the entire 22-game library of the Virtual Boy, Nintendo's ill-fated 3D system which was released at the end of the SNES's life.

Encyclopedia of Consumer Brands: Durable goods

Author: Gale Group

Publisher: St James Press

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Category: Reference

Page: 690

View: 281

Looks at the history, evolution, and market status of more than six hundred brand name products.

The World Encyclopedia of Christmas

Author: Gerry Bowler

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart

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Category: Religion

Page: 288

View: 110

At last, a truly comprehensive look at Christmas and all of its customs with its long history around the world. The World Encyclopedia of Christmas contains articles on the history of Christmas baking, drinking, and merrymaking, and Christmas dramas, music, literature, art, and films. It includes entries on the evolution of the Christmas tree and the Christmas card, gift-giving, and decoration of church and home. There are profiles of the many gift-bringers, from Santa Claus to Babouschka, and miraculous tales of the numerous saints associated with the season. And there are histories of seasonal celebrations and folk customs around the world, from the United States to Japan, from Egypt to Iceland. Who, for example, knew the links between the Punch and Judy show and Christmas? That the medieval Paradise tree hung with tempting apples was the forerunner of the Christmas tree? About the Peerie Guizers, who terrorized the Shetland Islands, going door-to-door for Christmas charity? Or what Freudians make of our interest in Christmas stockings and Santa’s entrance through the chimney? There are detailed accounts of Wren Boys and Star Boys, mumming and wassailing, the Feast of Fools and the origins of eggnog. And of course stories of the Nativity and legends of the Magi. With beautifully illustrated accounts ranging from the pagan roots of Yuletide, through the birth of Christ, and the long and fascinating history of the festival ever since, The World Encyclopedia of Christmas, is a rich and continually surprising array of religious and secular history, trivia, literature, and art. This wonderful book deserves to find a home with every family that celebrates Christmas.

Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies

Author: Mona Baker

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 872

View: 324

The Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies remains the most authoritative reference work for students and scholars interested in engaging with the phenomenon of translation in all its modes and in relation to a wide range of theoretical and methodological traditions. This new edition provides a considerably expanded and updated revision of what appeared as Part I in the first and second editions. Featuring 132 as opposed to the 75 entries in Part I of the second edition, it offers authoritative, critical overviews of additional topics such as authorship, canonization, conquest, cosmopolitanism, crowdsourced translation, dubbing, fan audiovisual translation, genetic criticism, healthcare interpreting, hybridity, intersectionality, legal interpreting, media interpreting, memory, multimodality, nonprofessional interpreting, note-taking, orientalism, paratexts, thick translation, war and world literature. Each entry ends with a set of annotated references for further reading. Entries no longer appearing in this edition, including historical overviews that previously appeared as Part II, are now available online via the Routledge Translation Studies Portal. Designed to support critical reflection, teaching and research within as well as beyond the field of translation studies, this is an invaluable resource for students and scholars of translation, interpreting, literary theory and social theory, among other disciplines.

The Sega Mega Drive and Genesis Encyclopedia

Every Game Released for Sega's 16-Bit Console

Author: Chris Scullion

Publisher: White Owl

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Page: 256

View: 325

The third book in Chris Scullion's series of video game encyclopedias, the Sega Mega Drive and Genesis Encyclopedia is dedicated to Sega's legendary 16-bit video game console. The book contains detailed information on every single game released for the Sega Mega Drive and Genesis in the West, as well as similarly thorough bonus sections covering every game released for its add-ons, the Mega CD and 32X. With nearly a thousand screenshots, generous helpings of bonus trivia and charmingly bad jokes, the Sega Mega Drive and Genesis Encyclopedia is the definitive guide to a legendary gaming system.

Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction

Author: Claude Ghaoui

Publisher: IGI Global

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Category: Computers

Page: 738

View: 695

"This encyclopedia presents numerous experiences and insights, of professional from around the world, on human computer interaction issues and perspectives"--Provided by publisher.

Encyclopedia of Recreation and Leisure in America

Author: Gary S. Cross

Publisher: Gale Cengage

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Category: Leisure

Page: 1036

View: 375

Discussed how Americans spend their free time and entertain themselves. Essays present perspectives in the fields of American and cultural studies, sociology, recreation, sports, leisure studies, auctions, bloodsports, shopping malls, and theme parks.

The Software Encyclopedia

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Category: Computer industry

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Facets Video Encyclopedia

Author: Catherine Foley

Publisher: Academy Chicago Publishers, Limited

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 1030

View: 497

Calling it 'a virtual cinemath'que on video', the Telluride Film Festival gave its coveted Silver Medallion award to Facets Video Encyclopedia. The Encyclopedia lists more than 35,000 rare films on video, laser disc and DVD. Included are foreign, independent, classic American, silent, documentary, experimental, cult and children's films. Each is carefully described and lists director, country of origin, year and running time credits and is categorized and cross-referenced by director and country. All films are available for sale or rent from Facets Multimedia.

The New York Times Encyclopedia of Film: 1964-1968

Author: Gene Brown

Publisher:

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Category: Motion pictures

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View: 293

The World Book Encyclopedia

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Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

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View: 114

An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.

Official Encyclopedia of Bridge

Author: Crown

Publisher: Crown

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View: 819

Phoenix

The Fall & Rise of Videogames

Author: Leonard Herman

Publisher:

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Category: Advertising photography

Page: 312

View: 609

Ultimate Sega Game Strategies

For the Master and Genesis Systems

Author: Corey Sandler

Publisher: Random House Information Group

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Category: Sega Genesis video games

Page: 266

View: 411

Complete descriptions, insider's tips and winning strategies for every Genesis game--categorized and rated according to subject matter, difficulty and target age level. 80 line drawings; 10 halftones.

CD-ROMs in Print

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Category: CD-ROMs

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The Hutchinson Dictionary of Science

Author: Peter Lafferty

Publisher:

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Category: Science

Page: 718

View: 598

Second revised edition with over 2,000 additional entries. An A-Z of the world of science, with diagrams, topical feature essays, tables and up-to-the minute chronologies. Includes great discoveries and experiments, over 80 tables and chronologies, progress reports on major areas of science, appendices on Nobel prize winners and a thematic index.

The Mennonite Encyclopedia: O-Z. Supplement

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Category: Anabaptists

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Comprehensive reference work covering 400 years of the history, faith, life, culture of Anabaptism-Mennonitism.

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