FM radio , which was the successor to the failed Apex band (also known as ultra-shortwave) experiments of the 1930s, arrived in the United States after 1945, but it was not until the 1960s that it became widely popular. In 1945 the Federal Communication Commission shifted FM's allocation of frequencies from 42-50 MHZ to 88-108 MHZ. This allowed FM much more room for growth when listeners arrived after 1960. The FCC later decided to reduce program duplication on AM and FM sister stations, giving the younger medium space to grow. The better sound fidelity of FM, the less static, dated a natural for musical programming. The first FM stations were primarily instrumental, featuring formats that would come to be known as easy listening and beautiful music , and were targeted at shopping centers. Other, later FM sign-ons became known for experimentation; the early freeform stations eventually evolved into progressive rock , the first radio format designed specifically to showcase rock music . From progressive rock came album-oriented rock , which in turn spawned the modern formats of classic rock , active rock and adult album alternative . 
( Also Known As: Kasutamu Robo)
“Wait,” a few of you might say, “I distinctly remember playing Custom Robo before. I had it for the GameCube and/or Nintendo DS.” Ah, but there were actually two installments for the N64 before all that (plus a silly 2D version for the Game Boy Advance). At a time when the PlayStation and Sega Saturn had games like Armored Core and Robo Pit , N64 owners could’ve been having customizable robo battles of their own, in a game that played like a Nintendo version of Virtual On at that.