Nintendo has the largest number of game consoles which date back to the 1980s. In fact, there have been more Nintendo consoles than Sony & Microsoft consoles combined! Some of these have been influential consoles, and in this article the top five Nintendo game consoles are covered in greater detail.
This Nintendo console timeline traces the history of Nintendo’s video game consoles from the ‘80s to the present day. As such, all of Nintendo’s non-handheld game consoles are covered here with dates provided.
Understanding the past can help you understand the future. This is true in nearly every kind of history. Video game history is no exception. Understanding the past in classic video games can help you understand where they will be going in the future.
The Game Boy is one of the oldest consoles in existence. However, it has gone through many changes over the years, evolving into one of the most successful handheld console systems ever created.
Super Mario video game remakes are just the tip of the iceberg here. Nintendo is making millions of dollars selling games many of us have purchased four or more times already. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D is just the latest re-release. Why do we keep paying for the same games?
SNES emulation can be a complicated subject, with the issue of what emulator to use lying at the center. While many emulators vie for attention, however, ZSNES comes out on top due to its compatibility, speed and functionality, focusing first and foremost on the game experience.
A collection of websites where you can find free Nintendo sheet music to add to your own collection. Find your favorite songs from video games released for Nintendo consoles at these fantastic sites.
The Nintendo 64 section of the Wii’s Virtual Console is sorely lacking in terms of variety. These are the top N64 games that should make their way to Nintendo’s download service. If not now, then at least someday.
Gaming on the NES game console takes you back to an earlier time when it wasn’t all about how good the graphics were or how loud the sound was. The RetroMini-X brings back nostalgia even as it makes playing NES games a portable experience.
In the late 80s and early 90s, just like today, the holidays were the prime time to get the hottest new game. Thanks to the Virtual Console, we can still enjoy these classics. Here is a run down of some of the Nintendo Entertainment System’s best titles released during the holiday season.