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Super Mario Tunes Played on an NES Piano: Super Mario Bach?

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

You have probably listened to the Super Mario Bros. soundtrack hundreds of times, but have you ever listened to a piano medley of the game’s greatest hits played on a giant Nintendo Entertainment System? Now you…

The NES just got a brand new competitive shooter

The Nintendo Entertainment System's last officially licensed title released in December of 1994 (name that game!), but that hasn't stopped chiptune artist and now homebrew NES game dev Dustin Long from releasing a new title. Star Versus...Show More Summary

Review: Single Board 65C02 and 65C816 Computers

The 6502 is a classic piece of computing history. Versions of this CPU were found in everything from the Apple ][, to the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Commodore 64. The history of the 6502 doesn’t end with video games; forShow More Summary

It's Not A NES, It's A Gaming PC

In decades past, this casing may indeed have housed a Nintendo Entertainment System, but these days it’s home to a decent little gaming PC. Read more...

This is the Nintendo PlayStation that almost was

It might seem crazy today, but in the early '90s Nintendo and Sony were working together on a video game accessory that'd add CD capabilities to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. There would also be a separate Sony console that'd play SNES cartridge games and titles for the SNES CD system dubbed the PlayStation. Show More Summary

Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts for Gamer Dads

For the dad who takes his entertainment on the go: Nintendo 3DS XL (Nintendo) Nintendo’s new-and-improved 3D XL system (called, simply enough, 3DS XL) sports more gaming power, faster hardware, and even a few new buttons for more precise control. Show More Summary

Screentendo turns your desktop into Super Mario Bros.

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Let’s be honest, anyone who spent the better part of the ’80s and ’90s playing Mario games on the Nintendo Entertainment System at some point just started seeing the world as a series […]

14 ‘Star Fox’ Facts That Will Make You Do a Barrel Roll

2 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Nintendo’s 1993 Super Nintendo Entertainment System rail shooter Star Fox and the 1997 follow-up for Nintendo 64 taught a generation of gamers a host of things about fighter jet skirmishes—particularly that you can’t trust a toad to pull his weight in one. Show More Summary

Soda-Scented Designer Soap Shaped Like Original Nintendo Controllers

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

DigitalSoaps has created soda-scented designer soaps shaped like original the Nintendo controllers for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The nostalgia-inducing soaps are scented like Dr. Pepper and Mountain Dew sodas, and recreate the controllers in meticulous detail. For a limited time, a package of two controller soaps are available in our Laughing Squid Store at a 16% […]

That time Sharp built an NES into a television

A television set with a built-in Nintendo Entertainment System sounds like the sort of extravagant purchase I'd make if, as a youngster, I was nearly run over by a bad man and he handed me a blank check that I could then proceed to cash for a million dollars, sight unseen. Show More Summary

Tweeting From The NES Expansion Port

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

[Trapper] is an 80’s kid, and back in the day the Nintendo Entertainment System was his jam. One fateful night, he turned over his favorite gray box, removed a small plastic guard, and revealed the mythical expansion port. What was it...Show More Summary

2015 World Video Game Hall of Fame finalists announced

Super Mario Bros. This game for the Nintendo Entertainment System vaulted Mario—the plucky plumber— to such fame that a 1990 survey of American children rated him more popular than Mickey Mouse. Created by famed Nintendo designer Shigeru...Show More Summary

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past graphic novel hits Australia on June 10th

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is an adaptation of the beloved, internationally bestselling video game originally released for Nintendo's Super Entertainment System. Long out of print, this stunning, full-color graphic novel...Show More Summary

More details on GameStop's upcoming program for buying/trading in legacy consoles/software

- GameStop will take in any game, console, and first-party accessories - supported platforms include Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 - there will be a power-up test on the hardware and a visual inspection on...Show More Summary

Oh noes! Pirate Bay co-founder has his NES taken away in prison

Fredrik Neij, co-founder of the copyright-free zone known as the Pirate Bay, has had his Nintendo Entertainment System taken away by prison officials. The Swedish Prison and Probation Service said the console couldn't be opened without being smashed and could possibly harbor prohibited items. Show More Summary

GameStop to Start Buying, Selling Retro Consoles and Games

4 months agoTechnology : Yahoo: Tech

GameStop shoppers in the test regions will be able to trade in and buy consoles dating all the way back to 1985’s Nintendo Entertainment System.

Project X Zone 2 coming worldwide Fall 2015

View post on imgur.com Direct link BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, CAPCOM and SEGA Interactive Co., Ltd./ SEGA Games Co., Ltd are back for some more with Project X Zone 2 for the Nintendo 3DS system! The second episode of this ultimate cross-over...Show More Summary

Retro City Rampage DX gets a boxed edition for PS Vita

When Retro City Rampage was earlier in development, its creator Brian Provinciano printed up some promotional materials that looked like Sega Master System and Nintendo Entertainment System boxes. That wasn't just a cute marketing ploy. Show More Summary

The SNES Is Getting A Brand New Game

Thanks to the power of crowd funding, a 24-year-old console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, is getting a brand new game.Click To Continue Reading

Nintendo's Most Famous Secret Code Returns On PlayStation

Nintendo gamers of a certain age knew the trick: type “Justin Bailey” into the password screen of Nintendo Entertainment System classic Metroid and the game’s hero would change outfits. Fast forward—oh my god, I’m old—twenty-nine years later. Read more...

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