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Hackaday Links: March 26, 2017

PoC||GTFO 14 is now out. It’s a 40 MB PDF that’s also a Nintendo Entertainment System ROM, and a Zip archive. Pastor Laphroaig Screams High Five To The Heavens As The Whole World Goes Under. Download this, but don’t link – host it yourself. Show More Summary

Capcom will launch The Disney Afternoon Collection of six Nintendo classics on April 18 (update)

Let’s get retro dangerous. Capcom announced The Disney Afternoon Collection today. It’s a bundle of six games from its back catalog from the Nintendo Entertainment System (the console that revived the home gaming business in the mid-1980s), all tied to beloved slate of cartoons that started their run with Ducktales in 1987. The package features high-definition 1080p […]

Nintendo's new console nails a crucial aspect that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One whiffed on

Each "generation" of video game consoles has a theme. With the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), it was the promise of arcade-quality graphics and gameplay at home. With the Nintendo 64 / PlayStation 1 generation, it wasShow More Summary

Raspberry Pi-Based Game Boy Emulator

The most popular use for a Raspberry Pi, by far, is video game emulation. We see this in many, many forms from 3D printed Raspberry Pi cases resembling the original Nintendo Entertainment System to 3D printed Raspberry Pi cases resembling Super Nintendos. Show More Summary

Shakedown Hawaii aimed to be released this year, will run at 60 FPS on all systems

Shakedown Hawaii is an upcoming indie game being developed for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Nintendo Switch. The developers, Vblank Entertainment, stated that the game will run at 60 FPS on all systems, including all models of the 3DS. Show More Summary

DF Retro Hardware: Analogue Nt Mini review

The Analogue Nt Mini is a contemporary interpretation of the Nintendo Entertainment System, housed in a block of aluminum. It starts at $449, supports both digital and analogue video output and plays the entire library of NES and Famicom games with remarkable accuracy. Show More Summary

Nintendo's Switch re-imagines the home console for the mobile era

Not since the debut of its original Nintendo Entertainment System has the Japanese company released a home video game console with as much potential to shake up how we play as the Nintendo Switch, which is out Friday. Thirty years ago, Nintendo reinvented the the video game medium. Not only did...

Classic NES Box Art Now on Canvas

I’m a sucker for old video game box art. My favorite systems when it comes to art were the Atari 2600 and the Nintendo Entertainment System. Back in those days they were able to sell the…

Nintendo Switch review: Meet the Game Boy Entertainment System

Hybrid system merges an amazing portable experience with a middling TV console.

Streamer Finishes All 714 NES Games After 3 Years

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For the past three years, Piotr Delgado Kusielczuk AKA “The Mexican Runner” has been on a mad quest to stream himself playing and finishing every Nintendo Entertainment System game. After all of this […] The post Streamer Finishes All 714 NES Games After 3 Years appeared first on

Will Nintendo Switch support GameCube controllers?

Will you be able to use your GameCube controller with Nintendo Switch? Maybe... Since the very first Nintendo console (Nintendo Entertainment System) all the way to the soon-to-be-released Nintendo Switch, the gaming company has drastically changed their controller each generation. Show More Summary

A Speedrunner Has Beaten Every Game For The Nintendo Entertainment System

Speedrunning is a culture that has become extremely popular the world around thanks to the ability to live-stream the event and broadcast to everyone. Well, One particular speedrunner has been gaining attention because he's beaten every single game made for the original Nintendo Entertainment...

John Cena on his love for the NES and its games, being floored by Switch, Zelda: BotW exceeding expectations

Coming from a Sports Illustrated interview with John Cena... “I am a certainly a child of the original Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES, as the gamer Hall of Famers attribute it. That eight-bit graphical interface has truly stood the test of time, and now you see so many vintage designs and content available in eight-bit. Show More Summary

Contra enters the real world on its 30th anniversary

Contra (or Probotector, depending on what part of the world you hail from) was one of the Nintendo Entertainment System's most iconic games, one that strongly resonates with people who grew up with it even today. The series just celebrated its 30th anniversary, as the arcade version began appearing in arcades in late February, 1987. Show More Summary

Unconfirmed - Switch eShop downloads can't be shared across multiple Switch units

Question: "if I want to take my system with me... if I were to buy a digital game, could I buy it once, or would I have to buy it multiple times so they can use those games?" Translated answer from Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development...Show More Summary

Dragon Ball Fusions releases in Europe

Richmond, LONDON - February 17th, 2017 – BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe, the premier publisher of anime videogames, today releases DRAGON BALL™ FUSIONS, a new portable Dragon Ball™ experience for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system.Show More Summary

An SNES Fan Is Now On The Hook For $10,000 Worth Of Classic Cartridges

It looks like a major preservation project for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System has come to a grinding halt after games valued at as much as $10,000 have disappeared

Our videos of Alwa's Awakening

Alwa's Awakening is taking us back in time, back when the Nintendo Entertainment System was at its best and 2D platform-adventure games started to become popular. Elden Pixels' title undeniably conveys a sense of nostalgia with its Metroidvania structure, its simple visuals and its excellent chiptune music. Show More Summary

Remake of classic NES game “A Boy and His Blob” now available on Android

A Boy and His Blob is an interesting game that was originally launched on NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) in 1989 and is now available on Android in remade form.

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