The following review has been approved by Lord garnered and the best of classic game room welcome to classic; game room where I’m armed and ready to reviews the Nintendo entertainment system power up released in 1985 the Nintendo Entertainment system was the hot game system in the mid to late eighties at least in the United States its iconic shape flip-up door and;
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ejecting games are what an entire generation remembers as its first game console which can forget this design just look at it nothing else looks remotely like the ones I think that it’s Nintendo’s best-looking game console by far, in fact, it’s even better looking than the Wii did I love the type font on the buttons .
I like the look of the controller ports like I like everything about the new especially contra and bionic commando it will work with line out audio and video or an RF adapter many of us just refer to this thing as the Nintendo but this is not my ;
Nintendo I’m actually borrowing Derek’s for this review because my Nintendo is broken a common problem with these after about 30 years what made the ones worth owning back in the day was it’s amazing collection of games releases started out slowly in 1985 as the US was emerging from a video game recession in a few years –
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time the NES library would boast hundreds of titles many of which remain iconic classics to this day here’s a look at just a few of them and apparently Nintendo was more selective about what games would end up on it system unlike Atari.
Always look for the official Nintendo seal of quality but wait did you know the news wasn’t always the ones in- 1983 Nintendo released the 8-bit family computer which is the ones accept it looks like this I like the styling on the NES a lot better.
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when I do admire these controllers are kind of cool it’s too bad they got rid of that little ejecting thing for the news but at least it returns on the Super Nintendo if you were a kid in u.s. in the mid eighties there was only one game system to own the Atari 7800 Pro system when I was a kid I chose Atari because; I loved Atari and it was cheap in about nineteen eighty-seven 1988 because nobody wanted one the news was expensive but wait a lot of you chose another option the 8-
bit Sega Master system commercially at least in the United States the news destroyed them all thanks largely; in part to third-party support and amazing games like oh no this one came out many years later disregard that what i like about the ones in addition to the games are its cool peripherals like the ones advantage the NES zapper even the gamepad”
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is pretty nice how -about the power glove and rob the robot I don’t have Rob the robot and the power glove that we do have around here doesn’t work .
I mean just-just imagine a future dominated by roaming rob the robots and power gloves that actually worked it would be amazing it would be the ones advantage so let me get this straight you want any has been boy Mark to sit here and play twin Cobra with the new advantage all day
ok before you just downloaded video games from the internet playing ones was an experience because the cartridges themselves were cool many of them had ;nice artwork they had those cool ridges and you would push them into the NES and then lock them down into place don’t forget to close the blast shield; to protect yourself from all the 8-
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bit power but is it worth owning today; since there’s a wide variety of ways to play these games while purists will say yes just be prepared to replace that 72 pin- connectors if they go bad if you want the real news experience and you’re going to play with the zapper and the advantage you want the real NEX performance wise it’s it’s great it’s the new.
I think most of you watching have played it before it’s good no question of course also depends on what game you’re playing.
I’ve seen sea beans burning off the coast of San the best thing about the new is its enormous collection of games we’ve got everything from Super Mario Brothers & duck hunt to; Twin Cobra and world games and bionic commando;
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and Operation Wolf and so many more great games great peripherals great design great performance what’s not to love about the NES sure; it might be prone to breakage after about three or four decades but what isn’t couldn’t resist that one c’mon sure there are other ways to enjoy the Nintendo games these days but there’s only one news actually there is more than one but this is the original Nintendo entertainment system happy hunting because they still hold their value at-
least the ones that are still working after all these years you’ve got to have respect for antique, obsolete technology that still functions I think that last comment was aimed at me I’m I’m obsolete.