Odyssey Takes You On A Trip Through Gaming Console History

Odyssey
So with the release of the next-gen consoles behind us now and a distant memory, have you ever wondered how we’ve got to where we are?  Well you can now take an Odyssey through console gaming history with a fun little game…

Well the people at Ebuyer thought they’d educate us all a bit and released Odyssey, a game that takes the player through the history of gaming.  With a total of 102 consoles to collect in the game there are sure to be many that you’ve never heard of before.

Here’s the breakdown:

Odyssey tells the story of a young protagonist who is offered the chance to playtest a virtual reality headset, but when a glitch causes the computer’s AI to degenerate into primitive fragments it’s up to the Player to collect pieces of its memory in the form of past games consoles.

The run-and-jump platformer features seven unlockable levels, each corresponding to a console generation, going from simple Atari aesthetics all the way to the lush hand-painted graphics of seventh generation games. Throughout the game the player will collect consoles, which will be added to an inventory where you can learn more about each one.

Stuart Carlisle, Managing Director from Ebuyer commented:

“We’re all gamers at heart and we all remember the amazing consoles from our childhood. At the same time, we’re excited about the innovative new Xbox One and PS4, so we wanted to create something special to celebrate everything we love about console gaming. We want players to be able to have fun with Odyssey and at the same time learn more about the history of gaming.”

“We’ve been having a lot of fun playing it around the office, and I have to say that we’ve got quite good at it. We’re looking forward to seeing whether players around the world can match up to our skills and collect every console.”

Can you collect all of the gaming consoles? – Go play Odyssey here: http://www.ebuyer.com/odyssey

Reporter: JMS1701

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