Technologies: ART EEPROM burner, DASM 6502 BSD, data projectors, NBASIC BSD, Nintendo Entertainment System, RockNES, Super Mario Brothers Nintendo cartridge, video distributor Current URL: http://www.coryarcangel.com/things-i-made/SuperMarioClouds Wikibook...Show More Summary
Satoru Iwata has updated his 'Message from the President' statement, which you can see in full below. Since the launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1983, Nintendo has been offering the world unique and original entertainment products under the development concept of hardware and software integration. Show More Summary
Imagine playing the original version of The Legend of Zelda in virtual reality mode using Oculus VR’s Rift headset. Never mind that no such mode’s ever existed, or that so much of the original 1986 Nintendo Entertainment System version’s...Show More Summary
"This is a VR clone of The Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The gameplay and artwork are virtually identical to the original NES classic, however in this version you see the world through Link's eyes, in all of it's virtual 3D 8-bit glory."
YouTube user NotEntirelySure has posted a video of their run through the first Super Mario Bros. video game, originally for the Nintendo Entertainment System, where they earn the lowest score possible — 500 points — without continuing. This is only possible by not killing any enemies, gathering any coins, and intentionally running out the game’s [...]
After releasing LEGO miniature kits for the Atari 2600 and the Commodore 64, Chris “Powerpig” Mcveigh takes on the king of 8-bit consoles. His mini NES is made of 220 LEGO pieces, including two controllers and…
Gamers were blown away by the surprisingly detailed pixel art graphics created for the intros and cutscenes used in Nintendo Entertainment System games, especially the adaptations of movies and TV shows. Players weren’t staring at an...Show More Summary
Amongst all of my past console excursions, the one that I remember with the most fondness was my time spent playing my Nintendo Entertainment System. A franchise that kept me entertained if not a bit frustrated was Ninja Gaiden, the tale of a ninja named Ryu that kicked butt and liked to do back flips. [...]
Square Enix has released a trailer for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, the second sequel to Final Fantasy XIII, that recaps the narrative arc so far in the style of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Join us as we look back on the stories of FINAL FANTASY XIII and FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 that shaped Lightning [...]
From [Basami Sentaku] in Japan comes this 8bit harmonica. [Basami] must remember those golden days of playing Famicom (or Nintendo Entertainment System for non-Japanese players). As the systems aged, the contacts would spread. In the case of the NES, this would often mean the infamous blinking red power light. Show More Summary
Why did humans reach the moon or climb Everest? Because they are there. Why would someone bother to curate all the start screens of every game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System? Well, because they're out there, too. Read more...
If you pride yourself on being a devoted Nintendo fan, a rare video game has popped up on eBay that may pique your interest. Nintendo collectors are racing over to eBay to bid on an auction for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)...Show More Summary
We’re a funny little species, valuing one thing just because there’s less of it than some bunch of other things. Like the Nintendo Entertainment System game Nintendo World Championships, manufactured for a contest with that same name and held back in 1990. Show More Summary
If you know your NES history, then you’ll definitely know about Nintendo World Championships. It was a custom game that was created for a nationwide Nintendo Entertainment System tournament back in the year 1990. Only 116 cartridgesShow More Summary
NicksplosionFX has put together “Press Start,” an amazing three-hour collection of every single title screen for video games on the Nintendo Entertainment System. All of the “Press Start” screens are organized in alphabetical order with snippets of each game’s title screen music. via Wired
Here's something you needed that you never thought of before: Nearly three hours worth of title screens from every Nintendo Entertainment System game ever. In alphabetical order too! (Via GoNintendo)
YouTube user NicksplosionFX has put together a supercut of every title screen of every game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Nightmare Busters is a brand new game for the decades-old Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Even if the original Nintendo Entertainment System was well before your time, you're probably still aware of a well-known issue that prevented games from working until you blew into the cartridges to clean off the contacts. Taking that...Show More Summary
This is the coolest classic Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) hack we’ve seen in quite a while. What you’re seeing is called “Super Mario World (Total Control)” by [Masterjun]. Our first recommendation is that you watch the video, then come back here for an explanation. Show More Summary