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The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), known in Japan as the Famicon, is the first home video game console manufactured by Nintendo.
The Nintendo Entertainment System (also abbreviated as NES or simply called Nintendo) is an 8-bit video game console that was released by Nintendo in North America during 1985, in Europe during 1986 and Australia in 1987.
It was succeeded by the Super Nintendo Entertainment System about five years later.
On Game GrumpsEdit
The Game Grumps do not seem to be fond of the NES; the handful of games featured are usually never completed due to difficulty. However, after Jon played Castlevania, he began to enjoy the NES and its games more. After Danny joined the show, the first eleven games they played on the show were NES games. Danny seems to be more fond of the NES than Jon, and remembers many NES games he plays on the show from his youth.
|Nintendo|| Nintendo Entertainment System • Super Nintendo Entertainment System • Nintendo 64 • GameCube • Wii • Wii U • Nintendo Switch|
Game Boy • Game Boy Color • Game Boy Advance • Nintendo DS • Nintendo 3DS
|Sony||PlayStation • PlayStation 2 • PlayStation 3 • PlayStation 4|
|Microsoft||Xbox • Xbox 360 • Xbox One|
|Sega||Genesis • Sega CD • Saturn • Dreamcast|
|Other||Commodore 64 • Personal computer • Philips CD-i • Ouya • Tabletop|