Video games are electronic games that are played via a video device. Video games include games played on computers, home game consoles, hand held games, arcade games, and more.
Wolfenstein 3D (1992) popularized the First Person Shooter (FPS) genre, building on mechanics of earlier 3D maze games like Maze War (1974), Spasim (1974), and MIDI Maze (1987).
Nintendo’s Power Glove, released in October 1989, was the first mass marketed gesture-based gaming controller.
The main playable character in the Legend of Zelda franchise is a boy named Link who often attempts to save the title character a girl named Princess Zelda.