Retro gaming made a major resurgence this past holiday season, with the release of Nintendo’s ultra-hyped NES Classic, a scaled down clone of the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Out of the box, the NES Classic has thirty preloaded game titles, though some recent hacks exposed a method for uploading more if you're willing to mess with...
On July 15, 1983, the Famicom was released in Japan. The console, later rebranded in the West as the Nintendo Entertainment System, would go on to change video games forever. Did you know, though, that the Famicom wasn’t the only gaming system released on that day? It was joined on shelves by the SG-1000, the very… Read more...
I’ll be completely upfront with all of you wonderful readers: I’m not a fan of Nintendo. Sure, I loved the Nintendo Entertainment System and the Super Nintendo, but after that, the company lost […] The post 9 Ways Nintendo Can Make the Switch a Success appeared first on Geek.com.
The Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition launched with 30 games out of the box, but some gamers weren't pleased with what the system contained right out of the box, so they hacked the NES Classic to add more games.
Kung Fu, or Kung Fu Master as it's better known here in Blighty is one of my very favourite video games. Not just because it comes with a dollop of nostalgia - I spent many a happy afternoon round my mate's place with his Amstrad 6128 in the mid-80s - but because it is a simple, compulsive game. Show More Summary
If you grew up a Nintendo fan, chances are you played The Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo Entertainment System. You probably remember its gorgeous gold-toned box and metallic cartridge hanging out all […] The post This 3D-Printed Map From The Legend of Zelda Is Awesome appeared first on Geek.com.
It took five years but I finally found it: the very first advertisement for what became the Nintendo Entertainment System, from late 1984! pic.twitter.com/6r4sv7vSst — Frank Cifaldi (@frankcifaldi) December 17, 2016 Frank Cifaldi isShow More Summary
A neat little piece of gaming history has been archived in full thanks to preservationist efforts. The original advertisement for the Nintendo Entertainment System has been catalogued after a five year search. Read more...
It took five years but I finally found it: the very first advertisement for what became the Nintendo Entertainment System, from late 1984! pic.twitter.com/6r4sv7vSst — Frank Cifaldi (@frankcifaldi) December 17, 2016 They've got it under a cloth like it's a surprise but there was a picture of it like five pages ago. Show More Summary
Super Mario Run is available now on iPhone and iPad, and many of you are already running and jumping your way through the 24 brand new courses. From Super Mario Bros. all the way back on the Nintendo Entertainment System to New Super Mario Bros. Show More Summary
Black Sheep Arms were the first to customize a Glock to resemble the Nintendo Entertainment System Zapper light gun. Click here to see it. There have been a few people who replicated that theme. This one caught my eye due to the custom painted bullets made to look like the Super Mario Bullet Bill character. Show More Summary
Hyperkin has unveiled a new mechanical keyboard with purple keys inspired the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Before the Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES, there was the Family Computer, or Famicom. Much like the NES Classic Edition in the West, Nintendo has released a similar micro console in Japan called the Famicom Mini and I recently managed to pick one up.
With Nintendo's $60 NES Classic Edition in such short supply, there are going to be a lot of disappointed people this holiday season. You could turn to eBay, where the adorable, miniature Nintendo Entertainment System is selling for over $200 apiece. But you shouldn't do that. Show More Summary
Amazon is up to something, and it is probably of interest to anyone who is interested in Nintendo’s throwback console. The NES Classic Edition, a tiny $60 gaming box that looks like the original Nintendo Entertainment System and features 30 of that console’s games (read our review), is nearly impossible to find, but that’s not stopping […]
The NES Classic is an easy sell: It's a $60 device that looks and feels like the original Nintendo Entertainment System, with a library of 30 popular games pre-loaded. It's also easy to set up -- all you need is a spare USB port on your TV. Show More Summary
For those who actually managed to get one of the notoriously under stocked units, the NES Classic Edition is a great way to replay some of the Nintendo Entertainment System’s most memorable titles. […]
For those who grew up in the 1980s, three words will conjure up the very best memories: Nintendo Entertainment System. Shortened to NES, this cartridge-based machine became the best-selling gaming console of its time, and was voted the best console ever by IGN in 2009. Show More Summary
I'm not sure if you've heard, but Nintendo released this tiny new version of the legendary Nintendo Entertainment System. The NES Classic costs $60, comes pre-loaded with 30 of Nintendo's best games, and as you'd expect, it's been a massive flop. Yeah, no. Show More Summary
FamiConnichiwa, everyone! I’m Akinori Sao, a writer in Kyoto. This is my third interview with video game developers to commemorate the release of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System. The topic this time is SuperShow More Summary