A brilliant inventer who came up with the first proto-type home video game system, titled "The Brown Box", later remodeled and mass produced in 1973 as the "Magnavox Odyssey". Ralph Baer is widely considered by some as "The father of video games" even though pioneers like Nolan Bushnell and Steve Wozniak pioneered some of the earliest coin-op games; some of which existed before the Brown Box.
Ignorant gamer: "Who the heck is "Ralph Baer??"

Educated gamer: "............................."
by T.Ractorhead November 25, 2006

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