Mitchell
2018-05-30T05:28:42Z

https://www.cnet.com/new...eo-game-console-in-2018/ 

Intellivision Entertainment announced that it's unveiling a new console on Oct. 1. The Intellivision system, which was released in 1979 by Mattel Electronics, played 16-bit games -- although graphically speaking, they were more in league with the Atari 2600 as opposed to the Sega Genesis or SNES -- and was the first to run a video game with voice/speech (Intellivision's Major League Baseball in 1979).

Dave_HH
2018-08-14T15:10:03Z
Originally Posted by: Mitchell 

https://www.cnet.com/news/new-intellivision-video-game-console-in-2018/

Intellivision Entertainment announced that it's unveiling a new console on Oct. 1. The Intellivision system, which was released in 1979 by Mattel Electronics, played 16-bit games -- although graphically speaking, they were more in league with the Atari 2600 as opposed to the Sega Genesis or SNES -- and was the first to run a video game with voice/speech (Intellivision's Major League Baseball in 1979).

Ha! Just seeing this. I gotta check that out.