The KIM-1 was the first computer to use the 6502, a CPU that would later be found in the Apple, Ataris, Commodores, and the Nintendo Entertainment System. Being the first, the KIM-1 didn’t actually do a whole lot with only 1k of ROM and a bit more than 1k of RAM. Show More Summary
The folks at Analogue Interactive know that making a good looking game console only goes so far, and that it's what's on the inside that truly counts. It's with that in mind that the solid aluminum Analogue Nt -- the outfit's take on the original Nin...
An ultra-rare video game from the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is currently going for $99,850 on ebay, but there is a good possibility the seller might never see that money. The rare game is Stadium Events, an early exercise game … Continue reading ?
In the latest episode of their Teens React: Retro Gaming (previously) series, Benny and Rafi Fine of The Fine Brothers show a group of teens the original 1987 Mega Man video game and capture their reactions as they try to play it on the classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
Sometime in the late 80s, the vast collective consciousness of 8-year-olds discovered a Nintendo Entertainment System could be fixed merely by blowing on the cartridge connector. No one knows how this was independently discovered, no...Show More Summary
If you’re still looking for that Christmas stocking filler and you’re a fan of the original Nintendo Entertainment System, you might want to get in touch with Nate Duke who is selling his incredible collection. It includes over 800 different games including rarities and misprints: the result of a five year quest to collect every […]
“It is a very expensive hobby, but I wanted to set this record to give a message to the world that Arabs are not only interested in speeding cars and flashy things." - Guinness World Record holder, Ahmed bin Fahad Full interview here Link
Logan Miller of MillerWoodshop has created an impressive and fully functioning NES game controller coffee table designed after the classic Nintendo Entertainment System controller from the 1980s. The table, which is available to purchase online from Miller’s Etsy store, comes equipped with a built-in retractable cable for plugging into any original NES console. This table […]
This geektastic coffee table is a fully functional NES controller and an awesome reason to dig out your old Nintendo Entertainment System. MillerWoodshop designed and built the enormous controller to scale with the original handheld NES controller. Show More Summary
If you were a child of the 1980’s, you probably have a few fond memories. One of them would undoubtedly be playing rad video games on your Nintendo Entertainment System. The NES controller was, in particular, a joy to use. … Read mo...
Dark Roast Entertainment announced today that Lucadian Chronicles is coming soon to North America, available exclusively in the Nintendo eShop on the Wii U system. In Lucadian Chronicles you recruit heroes and assemble teams to take on a variety of strategy challenges. Show More Summary
Duck Hunt, a classic game for the Nintendo Entertainment System, is coming to Wii U Virtual Console.
Final Fantasy, born in 1987 on the Nintendo Entertainment System, is Square-Enix's most successful franchise with over 100 million units sold in its 27-year history. Final Fantasy is essentially a constant in the games industry; there is always a current Final Fantasy game, and there is always an anticipated Final Fantasy game. Show More Summary
Square Enix has released a port of its classic 1993 Super Nintendo Entertainment System fantasy RPG game Secret of Mana to Android devices. It's available to download now via Google Play for $9.
Any proper child of the 1980s will tell you that Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out was pretty much the best Nintendo Entertainment System game, at least until you got to the title character and got beat down, quickly. Tyson himself learned that lesson Tuesday night on “The Tonight Show,” failing to land even a punch.
If you’re over 25, there’s a good chance you feel pretty nostalgic about the GameBoy and the Nintendo Entertainment System. These were staples of our childhood, and there’s nothing wrong The post Deal of The Day: 30% Off On Retro Classics Nintendo & Gameboy iPhone 6/6+ Cases appeared first on OhGizmo!.
First arriving on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) way back in 1992, Final Fantasy V is one of the greatest RPGs ever made — and thanks to a new update by Square Enix, its iOS port is now more playable … Read more ›
If Industries has created a great series of conceptual images featuring clever video game-themed cat scratching posts and boards. They successfully turned an Etch A Sketch (Etch A Skratch) and original Nintendo Entertainment System controller (Ninelives) into a board, while the classic Atari joystick (Catari) makes for a great scratching post. images via If Industries […]
The Nintendo Entertainment System, guys, amirite? At age thirty I still don’t know what a “bit” is, but apparently you only need eight of them to create an infinite number of infinitely deep, dark hellscapes; vivid worlds cloaked inShow More Summary
The Power Glove was the quirkiest little peripheral ever devised for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Although if found only limited use on that platform, modern day tinkers with access to cheap and simple microcontrollers can now turn these 25-year-old video game artifacts into futuristic wearables. Read more...