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Wellness & Gaming: How To Be Happy, Healthy, And Gaming

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We’re excited to announce we’ve added a new contributor to our ranks. Introducing Jeff Marmar from MarMax Gaming, an avid gamer, collegiate athlete, businessman, and YouTube personality. The NES Page is now featuring MarMax Gaming videos on the website under the reviews tab. One of Jeff’s latest videos talks aboutRead More …

Break the Con Down : SouthEast Game Exchange

Break the Con Down: SouthEast Game Exchange Convention season is upon us! If you’re like me, you go to a few conventions a year and are always on the lookout to add more to the rotation and want to know which ones to avoid. It’s always the worst to travelRead More …

2019 NESMaker Byte-Off

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[Updated 6/20/2019] – See the video award show of all the finalists and winners of the 2019 Byte-Off competition below. Joe Granato and the team at NESMaker are hosting the first official game design competition called Byte-Off! The competition is open to all skill levels of game design. The designersRead More …

Convention Do’s and Dont’s

With convention season around the corner, I wanted to take a break from my usual style of articles here on The NES Page and share some tips for all these upcoming video game conventions! So, without further ado, here are some Do’s and Dont’s for convention attending! These aren’t hardRead More …

Mike Tyson’s Punchout Cheats

Mike Tyson’s Punch-out Note: This game is also titled Punch-out. Extra bout: Enter 135 792 4680 as a password, then press A + B + Select to access “Another World Circuit”. Busy signal: Enter 800 422 2602 as a password to hear a busy signal. Note: This was Nintendo’s customerRead More …

25 Facts We Learned from Nintendo Power According To Mental Floss

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Do you remember Nintendo Power? It may have been the one thing we looked forward to getting in the mail besides birthday cards or those BNI cd packages where you could buy 12 cd’s for a dollar. Nintendo Power was how you learned about new secerts in the games thatRead More …

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