The beginning of the console wars, the release of the original "Super Mario Bros.," home computing changing forever with the Amiga. 1985 was big.
The battery-chugging handheld is 25, and while it failed to match the sales of the Game Boy, it remains a special piece of SEGA history.
Today's systems are so alike that boasts of power are purely hollow. But back in the 90s, things were different.
Microsoft's machine was soundly thrashed by Sony's PS4 last year, so what can it do this year to claw itself back into the game?
And Sony are currently massacring Microsoft.