Ultimate nintendo guide to the nes library

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ultimate nintendo guide to the nes library

Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library, 1985–1995 by Pat Contri

Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library 1985-1995 is an expansive and thorough look at one of the greatest video game libraries of all time - the Nintendo Entertainment System. This 450 page book covers all licensed and unlicensed games released during the systems lifespan, and features information and reviews on hundreds of classic (and not so classic) 8-bit games.

The NES had nearly 800 unique game cartridges released for it during its lifetime. While almost every video game fan has played or at least heard of the more famous titles, there were many, many games that weren’t as popular or well-known. This book features all of them, with detailed information such as the release date, developer, publisher, genre, availability, and more, as well as a review and rating for each title. Theres also a separate Reflections section for each game where the author of that review can expound upon the game more, comment on interesting aspects of the game, or even go off on a tangent about video game history, or muse about childhood memories or a humorous anecdote the game may have conjured up.

Foreword: graciously written by Blake Harris, author of the hit video game history/drama book Console Wars!
750+ North American game reviews and reflections
30+ PAL exclusive reviews
10 HES exclusive reviews
Test cart overview
Promo/special game carts
North American game cart variants
Popular NES controllers and accessories
Unreleased NES Game Examples
Supplemental Articles:
Horror on the NES by James Rolfe
How the NES Zapper Works by Joey Desena
In Their Words - The NES Launch by Frank Cifaldi
Color Dreams and Wisdom Tree by Karen Niemla
Tengen and the Nintendo Lawsuit by Norm Caruso
The Dragon Warrior Giveaway by Pat Contri
Nintendos Censorship Hypocrisy by Pat Contri
From Plastic to Pixels by Dan Eardley
Why Was Music So Good on the NES? by Brent Black
The Licensed Property NES Game Addiction by Andre Meadows
File Name: ultimate nintendo guide to the nes library.zip
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Published 24.09.2019

Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library is Printed! #CUPodcast

Like that first book, this sequel will examine the game library of a legendary Nintendo console - the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Pat Contri

Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library, 1985–1995

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Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library is an expansive and thorough look at one of the greatest video game libraries of all time - the Nintendo Entertainment System. This page book covers all licensed and unlicensed games released during the system's lifespan, and features information and reviews on hundreds of classic and not so classic 8-bit games. The NES had nearly unique game cartridges released for it during its lifetime. This book features all of them, with detailed information such as the release date, developer, publisher, genre, availability, and more, as well as a review and rating for each title. There's also a separate "Reflections" section for each game where the author of that review can expound upon the game more, comment on interesting aspects of the game, or even go off on a tangent about video game history, or muse about childhood memories or a humorous anecdote the game may have conjured up.

Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library is an expansive and thorough look at one of the greatest video game libraries of all time - the Nintendo Entertainment System. This page book covers all licensed and unlicensed games released during the system's lifespan, and features information and reviews on hundreds of classic and not so classic 8-bit games. Super Mario Bros. They were all great games released on a single system. And many great game franchises still around today, had their start way back on the NES!

This review ran on my old blog back in September but since it was impossible to find…no one read it. I already talked about this book being one of my Favorites of click here to read and nothing has changed. In a word? It is just a magnificent work. I just got into YouTube a few years ago when I was home sick.

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