Poll: RIP Ralph Baer, inventor of video game consoles

TheVerge.com - The man largely credited as "the father of video games" has died at age 92, according to a report from Gamasutra. Ralph Baer, a German immigrant and inventor, created the very first home video game console in the late ‘60s. It was simply called the "Brown Box," and it later came to be known as the Magnavox Odyssey in 1972 after he licensed out the design. In honor of this great innovator (consider how different life would be today if he had never carried out this work), which of these 35 most popular video games on IMDb do you play most often? Discuss the list here