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The Absolute Best NES Platformers of All Time

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If you grew up playing video games in the late 80s and early 90s, you know that the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was the console of choice. Consequently, the NES library is one of the most impressive in video game history. Platformers, action-adventure, RPGs, and side-scrolling shooters have been among the most popular genres of […]

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The Absolute Best SNES Action Games of All Time

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Nintendo’s SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System), released in 1991, was the successor to their original home console, the NES. The SNES competed primarily with offerings from Sega and NEC in the form of the Genesis and TurboGrafx-16, respectively. Although NEC’s console was the first of the fourth generation to be released, sales were dominated by […]

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The Absolute Best Game Boy Color Action Games of All Time

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The Game Boy Color (GBC) release in 1998 introduced a new world of gaming possibilities. Its vibrant colors and improved graphics allowed players to experience games in an entirely new way — especially action games. The console featured interchangeable color cartridges and built-in rechargeable batteries that brought endless hours of play. Today, we have the […]

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Unreleased NES Games Sell for Thousands on eBay After Rare Auctions

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The Nintendo Entertainment System is one of the best-selling consoles of all time. With over 60 million units sold, it remains unchallenged as its generation’s highest-selling video game system. There are over 700 licensed titles for the NES, many of which are becoming increasingly scarce as collectors snap them up. Recently, prototypes for two unreleased […]

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The Absolute Best Game Boy Party Games of All Time

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Creating a good party game on the Game Boy is no easy feat. The Game Boy has some of the most limited hardware and graphics, but it still manages to carry some solid titles. You can even use a cable to connect multiple Game Boys together for select multiplayer titles. However, the best way to […]

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Nintendo's First M-Rated Game

Nintendo’s First M-Rated Game: The History of the Mature Rating

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Nintendo Co., Ltd. began as a handmade playing cards company in 1889. Then, when video games began to boom more than 75 years later, Nintendo switched gears and got to work on their first ever home console: the Color TV-Game. The rest, as they say, was history. Nintendo quickly became known for some of the […]

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The 7 Absolute Best SNES Party Games of All Time

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The release of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1991 was a turning point for the gaming industry. Nothing quite compared to the SNES, from its 16-bit graphics and a massive library of games to its revolutionary controller design. Think of it as the golden age of gaming: the system was the go-to for […]

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Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong: Complete History, Every Game in Order, and More

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Key Points: Donkey Kong was Nintendo’s first mega-hit – allowing the company to gain a foothold in the North American arcade market and to pave the way for Mario. Originally intended as a Popeye arcade game, Nintendo couldn’t secure the rights, so Donkey Kong, Mario (originally Jumpman), and Pauline were created. Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator […]

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