When the original Nintendo Entertainment System came out, way back in the 1980s, there were fewer bigger names around than The Legend of Zelda. In many ways one of the first open world games, the tale of brave warrior Link roaming aShow More Summary
Jake Roper (aka “Vsauce3“) shares six facts about the Nintendo Wii U video game console while disassembling it in his new stop-motion video. We previously wrote about his breakdown of the Nintendo Entertainment System, a Game Boy, the Oculus Rift, Xbox One, and PlayStation. music by Jake Chudnow – “Shona” submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Shovel Knight has my number. It's laser-focused on children of the 8-bit era, blending elements of multiple games from Capcom's halcyon days on the Nintendo Entertainment System. The most prominent influences are the Mega Man series and DuckTales,...
Nintendo announced "Mario Maker," a game to be released next year on its struggling Wii U system that allows players to create their own levels in the style of the classic platformer, on Tuesday at the Electronics Entertainment Expo, or E3. The game features an interface specially designed for easy level editing on the Wii […]
Enjoy this for what it is: a bitchin' chiptune cover of the theme song to the nerdgasm, soft porn fantasy-fest that is HBO's Game of Thrones. And, yes that is a "keytar" with a Nintendo Entertainment System attached that YouTuber Theremin Hero is...
I've seen them firing many times, but I've to confess that I've never seen one of these missiles systems getting loaded. It seems as easy as inserting a cartridge in a Nintendo Entertainment system. Read more...
In his new stop motion video, Jake Roper (aka “Vsauce3“) shares six facts about the classic Nintendo Game Boy while disassembling it. We previously wrote about his breakdown of the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Oculus Rift, Xbox One, and Playstation. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Video games in general have come long way since the 16-bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the original Super Mario Kart in 1992. Graphics are more visually stunning by orders of magnitude. The technology from the developer to the user end has evolved considerably, to put it mildly. Show More Summary
Many of those who cut their gaming teeth on Nintendo's original 8-bit console still hold a candle for the Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES (released as the slightly-different but compatible Famicom in Japan). Retro-gaming hardware...Show More Summary
You can’t be a true geek and a gamer till you don’t own an old-school NES (Nintendo Entertainment System). The new generation of gaming consoles including the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.. Behold the most beautiful Nintendo Entertainment System you can buy for $500 is a post from The latest in tech and gadgets - Newlaunches.com.
[Andrew] is developing a game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Emulators are great for this, but [Andy] loves running on the real iron. To help, he’s created a dual port RAM interface for his NES. As the name implies, a dual port RAM is a memory with two separate data and address buses. Show More Summary
The nostalgia of a classic Nintendo Entertainment system is like nothing else. I remember when I first got a Nintendo. I didn't get the bundle with the gun, so no "Duck Hunt" for me, but that didn't stop me from playing "Super Mario Bros." for hours with my friends. Show More Summary
When was the last time you played the original Nintendo Entertainment System? Visiting your parents, perhaps? Huddled in front of an old CRT television, blowing on cartridges in pursuit of one tiny hit of nostalgia? MoreOculus Calls ZeniMax’s Allegations of Theft False, Disappointing and Not Surprising18 Things the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Trailer Tells…
The Analogue Nt plays the same games as a vintage Nintendo would, but is radically overhauled for 2014. When the vintage Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was first released in the United States in 1985, it looked like a two-tone plastic shoebox. Show More Summary
8-Bit Philosophy is a new web series from Napkin Note Productions that explores and explains philosophy through the use of graphics from retro video games like the original The Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The first episode of the series explores Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, which examines the nature of reality.
I was lucky enough to have been given an original Nintendo Entertainment System when it first came out. I was in elementary school and I can still remember the smell of the plastic when I unpacked the console. One of … More » The post Super Luigi Bros. Lets You Play Game Backwards! appeared first on EveryJoe.
In his new stop motion video, Jake Roper (aka “Vsauce3“) shares five facts about the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset while disassembling it. We previously wrote about his breakdown of the Nintendo Entertainment System, Xbox One, and Playstation.
For millions of my generation, Mario Kart was our first introduction to driving. Things have come quite a long way since the original incarnation of this wild racing franchise bowed on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992....Show More Summary
System:Wii U Release Date: Apr 17, 2014 No. of Players: 2 players simultaneous Category: Action, Adventure Publisher: Nocturnal Entertainment Follie has mysteriously crashed on an unknown planet. Solve the mystery and help Follie escape! During...Show More Summary
R.B.I. Baseball, known as the most popular Baseball game to ever be released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, has received a reboot via the modern smartphone. The original game licensed players from the MLB, and the same is true for R.B.I. Show More Summary