|Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Total Games||1580 (440 present)|
|← (none)||SNES →|
The Nintendo Entertainment System is an 8-bit gaming system that was released in various countries. The Japanese rendition of the NES is named the Nintendo Family Computer, which is often shortened to Nintendo Famicom.
The manufacturer was Nintendo, and it was first released in 1983 in Japan. It used a cartridge system, and had two controller slots. Numerous peripheral devices, such as the Power Glove, were released for the system but most failed to attain any substantial appeal in the market. It was the precursor to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
There was a redesign of this system, known as the AV Famicom or the Top Loading NES. This NES is much more expensive then the original NES now.
NES with gun controller.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 6 total.
The following 198 pages are in this category, out of 434 total.