On the other hand, Wii is launched more recently as a seventh-generation game console and is recognized tagged as the most popular in its era. Looking closely, these two game consoles embody evolution in the gaming industry through their differences in memory, controllers, and other features.
Being built during the late 1970s, Atari 2600 can be referred to as primitive because it is only able to utilize the available technology in the period. Memory is still very expensive at that time that the manufacturer is only able to provide 8KB maximum external memory to run the system. In effect, the game console has no frame buffer because the necessary RAM will require huge additional cost to the manufacturer. These hardware limitations post some visual artifacts yet these did not hinder gamers to have an engaging experience. In order to facilitate control over the games, the Atari 2600 come with two joystick controllers and a conjoined pair of paddled controllers.
As a seventh-generation game console, Wii represents the most advanced technology in the gaming industry. The technological development has allowed the production of smaller Wii compared to the previously more bulky Atari 2600. The cost of memory has also gone done as production efficiency is now reaped by huge manufacturers. Compared to its predecessor,