We’re Looking For NES Contributors

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The NES Page is a fan-based, fan maintained website and social media community who enjoy bringing relevant, NES related topics, news and overall content to our subscribers, followers and fans. As a NES Page contributor or Guest Writer you will be able to reach a retro gaming audience and community we hold in the highest regard. Our audience is NESRead More …

Interested In a Pi-Cart or Emulator?

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Do you want to learn how you can buy or create your own retro device? First an introduction of who we are: The NES Store opened in February 2014, we bought and sold classic NES, SNES and N64 games through our website and FB page. In February 2016, we closed the doors to our shop. Since then we changed ourRead More …

How To Change The Battery In NES Cartridges

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For the most part NES cartridges are built like tanks. Many of them are still going strong 25+ years later. However, after 25 years some games have lost their ability to save. The games that save have a battery, which by now may have finally checked out. Maybe you’ve experienced this by putting hours into a game like Zelda orRead More …

NESMaker – Create Your Own NES Game

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NESMaker is here! Brought to you by The New 8-bit Heroes. Finally available for public consumption. NESMaker literally lets you create your own NES games and transfer them to an actual playable Nintendo cartridge. Did you always have a game in mind but didn’t have the ability to create it yourself? Maybe you just saw this and want to createRead More …

Nintendo Power Is Back

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Nintendo Power is back! Well…kinda. Nintendo Power has transitioned into a podcast. The full podcast is available below but we want to first mention how it all got started. You may remember when Nintendo released the first issue of Nintendo Power Magazine back in July 1988. The cover featured Mario jumping over a mushroom with his fists in the air.Read More …

Dick Tracy

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Bandai released their version of Dick Tracy in August 1990, which was developed by Realtime Associates. The game was loosely based on the comic strip, and not the movie. The objective is to solve several mysteries without accusing the wrong person or shooting too many unarmed villains. Each level starts out with a case to solve and some possible clues.Read More …

The NES was the most influential game console to ever hit the market, it paved the way for every single gaming system you see today. -- Ultimate Gaming
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