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The Nintendo Entertainment System (also called NES or 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. In most of Asia, including Japan (where it was first launched in 1983), China, Vietnam, Singapore, the Middle East and Hong Kong, it was released as the Family Computer (ファミリーコンピュータFamirī Konpyūta), commonly abbreviated as Famicom (ファミコン Famikon) or FC for short. In South Korea, it was known as theHyundai Comboy (현대 컴보이) and was distributed by Hynix which then was known as Hyundai Electronics.

Nintendo System +Mario Bros, Duck On and Gun
Nintendo Family Computer Entertainment System with controllers Manufacturer Nintendo Type Video game console Generation Third generation Release date JP July 15, 1983 NA October 18, 1985 Media ROM cartridge ("Game Pak") CPU Ricoh 2A03 8-bit processor (MOS Technology 6502 core) Controller input 2 controller portsc 1 expansion slot
Price: $199.99
Power Glove - BRAND NEW!
Everything is in mint condition! Manufacturer Mattel, PAX Type Video game controller Generation Third generation era Connectivity Serial port The Power Glove is a controller accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the first peripheral interface controller to recreate human hand movements on a television or computer screen in real time.
Price: $150.00
Power Glove - \w BOX
Manufacturer Mattel, PAX Type Video game controller Generation Third generation era Connectivity Serial port The Power Glove is a controller accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the first peripheral interface controller to recreate human hand movements on a television or computer screen in real time.
Price: $200.00
Power Glove
Manufacturer Mattel, PAX Type Video game controller Generation Third generation era Connectivity Serial port The Power Glove is a controller accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the first peripheral interface controller to recreate human hand movements on a television or computer screen in real time.
Price: $120.00
Action 52
The cartridge states that it contains 52 "new and original exciting games". The games cover a variety of genres, although the most common are scrolling shooters and platform games.[2] Examples of scrolling shooters include Star Evil, G-Force, Thrusters, and Megalonia. Some of the platform games available are Ooze, Non Human, Alfred N the Fettuc, and Bubblegum Rossie.
Price: $650.00
Blaster Master
Product Information Plunge into the dark underground world of the Blaster Master Nintendo game as you play Jason who jumps down the hidden manhole to find the whereabouts of Fred -he frog. This Nintendo game proceeds through eight levels. In this action adventure plot, you can look out for the secret passages and explore the endless maze of tunnels in the Blaster Master game. With the aid of SOPHIA THE 3RD, an armored tank, destroy the radioactive mutants and their Plutonium boss who is gigantic enough to fill your screen. In this Nintendo game, you go through two modes - when you control SOPHIE in a 2D platform mode, and when you control Jason without SOPHIA in either 2D platform mode or in top-down perspective. With various special weapons such as grenades and guns, your only objective is to destroy the mutants and their boss. Product Identifiers Publisher Sunsoft Game Blaster Master UPC 110068020763 Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating E - Everyone Genre Action, Action, Adventure, Adventure Tech Details Number of Players 1 Release Year 1988
Price: $35.99
Bubble Bobble
Product Information Bubble Bobble has finally come to the NES. The premise is simple: take control of a bubble-blowing dinosaur and blow bubbles to trap a monster. After the monster is trapped, squash the bubble and turn the monster into fruit. Do this to all of the monsters in the stage, collect all of the fruit, and move on to the next stage. All of this easy to learn but very hard to master. If getting an arcade-perfect port of Bubble Bobblein not enough, the sequel to Bubble Bobble, is included as a bonus. Any fan of Bubble Bobble should be able to relive the halcyon days of youth. Product Identifiers Publisher Taito Corporation Game Bubble Bobble Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating E - Everyone Genre Action, Action, Adventure Tech Details ESRB Descriptor Suitable for Persons Ages Six and Older Control Elements Gamepad, Joystick Number of Players 1-2 Release Year 1988 Game Special Features 125 levels of mazes, 8-bit enhanced version of the classic arcade games, 2 player simultaneous gameplay Designer(s) Fukio Mitsuji
Price: $69.99
Bubble Bobble II
Product Information The bubble stomping adventure continues in BUBBLE BOBBLE PART 2. Take control of the Cubby and Rubby descendants of the original Bubby as they travel through multiple levels. In each level, the two heroes will have to capture their enemies in bubbles, and then stomp the trap monsters to collect fruit. Once all of the bad guys are stomped, move on to the next stage and repeat the whole process. To add some challenge, try to stomp more than one bubble at a time to gain a bonus. If Cubby and Rubby can get through all of the stages, they'll be able to rescue a friend in BUBBLE BOBBLE PART 2. Product Identifiers Publisher Taito America Corp. Game Bubble Bobble Part 2 Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating E - Everyone Genre Action, Action, Adventure, Platformer Tech Details Control Elements Gamepad Number of Players 1-2 Release Year 1993 Game Special Features Two playable characters; hundreds of levels; trap enemies in bubbles; stomp bubbles to collect fruit; earn bonuses for multiple traps and stomps Also Available In This Platforms Game Boy Game Series Bubble Bobble
Price: $350.00
Castlevania
Product Information You are Simon Belmont of the Belmont clan. Count Dracula has appeared and it's your job to rid the world of him. You are armed with your trusty whip and have the ability to pick up an item that you find in the game as a secondary weapon. The secondary weapons include a throwing knife, axe, and boomerang as well as a stopwatch to freeze enemies and holy water that has the ability to make multiple hits very quickly. The game plays through in a linear fashion with no multiple paths to choose from. The screen scrolls in many different directions though it is limited to the basics of moving either left or right and the occasional tower climb. Castlevania offers a mighty challenge to any gamer as the difficulty increases exponentially from level to level. Product Identifiers Publisher Konami Game Castlevania Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating T - Teen Genre Action, Action, Adventure, Adventure, Platformer Tech Details ESRB Descriptor Animated Violence Control Elements Gamepad, Joystick Number of Players 1 Release Year 1987 Game Special Features Pack your favorite knife, ax, holy water, and cross, because there’s noting much else that’ll work when you’re going up against a vampire
Price: $89.99
Castlevania 2: Simon Quest
Product Information Right before Count Dracula was killed in the first game he placed a curse on the cities near his castle. In the evenings the cities are littered monsters and the evil creatures set loose in the other surrounding areas become much stronger. To remove the curse you take on the role of Simon Belmont to find the parts of Dracula, resurrect him, and then kill him. Product Identifiers Publisher Konami Game Castlevania II: Simon's Quest Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating E - Everyone Genre Platformer Tech Details Number of Players 1 Release Year 1988
Price: $39.99
Castlevania 3: Dracula's Curse
Product Information The third game in the Castlevania franchise is set 100 years before the first outing for Simon. Count Dracula is building up an army of evil that is set to conquer the land. Since Simon isn't born yet, a new Belmont by the name of Trevor is introduced. But Trevor isn't alone. During certain parts of the game you will meet up with other characters that once beaten will offer to join your party. You can only have one of these characters with you at any one time so choosing a new partner causes you to loose the old one. These other people include Grant DaNasty (Dynasty), Syfa (Sypha) Belnades, and Alucard Tepes. Unlike the first game, but like the second, this one offers passwords for the levels when you die. So you're not forced into starting over in the even that you lose all life. Product Identifiers Publisher Konami Game Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating T - Teen Genre Action, Action, Adventure, Third-Person Tech Details Number of Players 1 Release Year 1990 Platforming, action-adventure Nintendo
Price: $89.99
Commando
Publisher(s) Capcom Distributor(s) Data East Designer(s) Tokuro Fujiwara Composer(s) Tamayo Kawamoto Platform(s) Multiple (see text) Release date(s) May 1985
Price: $10.00
Contra
Designer(s): Shigeharu Umezaki (director) Shinji Kitamoto (director) Release Date: February 20, 1987 Genre(s) Run and gun Mode(s) Single-player, cooperative
Price: $75.00
Contra II (Super C)
Publisher(s) Konami Designer(s) Arcade version Hideyuki Tsujimoto (director) Koji Hiroshita (producer) NES version Shigeharu Umezaki (director) Composer(s) Kazuki Muraoka Motoaki Furukawa Genre(s) Run and gun Release date(s): NA 1988 Mode(s) Single-player, Cooperative Nintendo, Konami
Price: $49.99
Dragon Warrior
Developer(s) Chunsoft Publisher(s) JP Enix NA Nintendo Director(s) Koichi Nakamura Producer(s) Yukinobu Chida Designer(s) Yuji Horii Programmer(s) Koichi Nakamura Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Composer(s) Koichi Sugiyama Series Dragon Quest Genre(s) Role-playing game Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Square Enix
Price: $29.99
Dragon Warrior II
Developer(s) Chunsoft Publisher(s) Enix Designer(s) Yūji Horii Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Composer(s) Koichi Sugiyama Series Dragon Quest Release date(s) December 1990 Genre(s) Role-playing game Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Enix
Price: $50.00
Dragon Warrior III
Developer(s) Chunsoft Heartbeat (SFC) TOSE (GBC) Publisher(s) Enix Square Enix (Wii) Designer(s) Yūji Horii Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Composer(s) Koichi Sugiyama Release date (s): June 12, 1991 Genre(s) Role-playing game Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Enix
Price: $119.99
Dragon Warrior IV
Developer(s) Chunsoft Heartbeat, ArtePiazza (PS) ArtePiazza[1] Cattle Call[2] (NDS) Publisher(s) Enix Square Enix (NDS) Designer(s) Yūji Horii Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Composer(s) Koichi Sugiyama Series Dragon Quest Release date (s): October 1992 Genre(s) Role-playing game Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Enix
Price: $159.99
Dragon Warrior Bundle (1,2,3,4)
Bundle of all Dragon Warrior on NES Genre(s) Role-playing game Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Enix
Price: $150.00
Final Fantasy - BRAND NEW!
Genres Role-playing game Developers Square Enix (formerly Square) Publishers Square Enix (formerly Square) Creators Hironobu Sakaguchi Platform of origin Nintendo Entertainment System First release Final Fantasy December 18, 1987 Nintendo, Nes
Price: $1,500.00
Final Fantasy
Genres Role-playing game Developers Square Enix (formerly Square) Publishers Square Enix (formerly Square) Creators Hironobu Sakaguchi Platform of origin Nintendo Entertainment System First release Final Fantasy December 18, 1987 Nintendo, Nes
Price: $100.00
Flintstones
Developer(s) Taito Publisher(s) Taito Series The Flintstones Platform(s) Family Computer, Virtual Console Release date(s) NA August 1994 EU February 24, 1994 Genre(s) Platformer action Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $1,000.00
Galactic Crusader
Developer(s) Bunch Games Publisher(s) NA Bunch Games Distributor(s) Bunch Games Engine Proprietary Platform(s) NES Release date(s) NA 1990 Genre(s) Shooter[1] Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $100.00
Godzilla 2
Series Godzilla Release date(s) NA February 1992 Genre(s) Turn-based strategy Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Toho
Price: $150.00
Kid Icarus
Developer(s) Nintendo R&D1 Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Satoru Okada Producer(s) Gunpei Yokoi Designer(s) Toru Osawa Yoshio Sakamoto Composer(s) Hirokazu Tanaka Release date(s) December 19, 1986 Genre(s) Action, platforming Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $59.99
Kirby's Adventure - BRAND NEW!
Developer(s) HAL Laboratory Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Masahiro Sakurai Producer(s) Satoru Iwata Shigeru Miyamoto Takao Shimizu Designer(s) Masahiro Sakurai Composer(s) Hirokazu Ando Jun Ishikawa Release date(s) March 26, 1993 Genre(s) Platforming Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $60.00
Little Samson
Developer(s) Takeru / Sur de Wave Publisher(s) Taito Designer(s) Shinichi "Yossan" Yoshimoto Platform(s) NES Release date(s) JP June 26, 1992 NA October 22, 1992 EU March 18, 1993 Genre(s) Action Mode(s) Single-player The game begins simply enough - a dark prince is freed from his seal by a thunderstorm, and begins to try and take over the world. The kingdom is in peril, and the King orders that the four heroes receive a summon. Four pigeons fly off to meet these heroes, and each reads the summon. From here, the player must navigate all four of these players through an introductory course (all fairly simple).
Price: $900.00
Megaman
Genres Action/Platform Developers Capcom, Inti Creates Creators Tokuro Fujiwara Keiji Inafune First release Mega Man December 1987 Nintendo, Capcom
Price: $109.00
Megaman II
Producer(s) Tokuro Fujiwara Designer(s) A.K Artist(s) Keiji Inafune Composer(s) Takashi Tateishi Release date(s) December 24, 1988 Genre(s) Action, platform Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Capcom
Price: $40.00
Megaman III
Producer(s) Tokuro Fujiwara Designer(s) A.K Artist(s) Keiji Inafune Composer(s) Takashi Tateishi Release date(s) September 28, 1990 Genre(s) Action, platform Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Capcom
Price: $40.00
Megaman IV
Producer(s) Tokuro Fujiwara Designer(s) A.K Artist(s) Keiji Inafune Composer(s) Takashi Tateishi Release date(s) December 6, 1991 Genre(s) Action, platform Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Capcom
Price: $40.00
Megaman V
Release date(s) December 4, 1992 Genre(s) Action, platform Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Capcom
Price: $80.00
Megaman VI
Producer(s) Tokuro Fujiwara Designer(s) Ichirou Mihara Artist(s) Keiji Inafune Composer(s) Mari Yamaguchi Genre(s) Action, platform Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Capcom
Price: $149.99
Metroid
[Director(s) Satoru Okada Producer(s) Gunpei Yokoi Artist(s) Hiroji Kiyotake Hirofumi Matsuoka Yoshio Sakamoto[3] Writer(s) Makoto Kano Composer(s) Hirokazu Tanaka Nintendo, Intelligent System
Price: $34.99
Ninja Turtles
Product Information Based on the hit cartoon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has players go up against Shredder and his Foot Clan followers. Leonardo's weapon are the Katana Blades, which makes it easy to strike far and fast. Raphael carries a Sai in each of his three fingered fast hands. His striking range is short but a little more powerful than Leonardo. Michaelangelo uses Nunchuks, and Donatello, a master of the Bo has some serious reach and power though he is a bit slow to strike. Unlike most games, rather than just give the plot at the beginning, here the story unravels throughout the adventure. First Shredder gets Beebop and Rocksteady to capture the Turtles friend April O'Neal. Once April is rescued it turns out that Shredder has set eight bombs around the local dam. The dam though was a ploy to lure the Turtles away from their lair so that Mechaturtle, another of Shredder's minions, could kidnap Splinter. Product Identifiers Publisher Ultra Game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles UPC 083717120032 Key Features Platform Nintendo ESRB Rating E - Everyone Genre Action, Adventure Tech Details Control Elements Gamepad, Joystick Number of Players 1 Release Year 1989 Game Special Features Based on the comic book series Play as any of the four heroes in a half-shell Use pizza to replenish your strength All kinds of weapons and special moves to master One player only
Price: $10.00
Power Blade 2
Developer(s) Natsume Composer(s) Kinuyo Yamashita Release date(s) NA September 1992 Genre(s) Action/Platformer Mode(s) Single-player Nintendo, Taito
Price: $1,200.00
Rambo
Publisher(s) Acclaim[1] Platform(s) NES[1] Release date(s) JP December 4, 1987 NA May 1988 Genre(s) Action/Platformer[1] Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $30.00
Super Mario 2
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Kensuke Tanabe Composer(s) Koji Kondo Series Mario Release date(s) September 1, 1988 Genre(s) Platforming Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $25.00
Super Mario 3
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Publisher(s) Nintendo Designer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto[1] Takashi Tezuka[1] Composer(s) Koji Kondo[1] Series Mario Release date(s) October 23, 1988 Genre(s) Platforming Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Price: $25.00
The Lone Ranger
Developer(s) Konami Publisher(s) Konami Director(s) Team "Kuu Neru Asobu" (TEAMくうねるあそぶ?) Release date(s) NA July 1991[1] Genre(s) Action-adventure[1] Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $80.00
Zelda - BRAND NEW!
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Takashi Tezuka Producer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Writer(s) Takashi Tezuka Composer(s) Koji Kondo Series: The Legend of Zelda Release date(s): February 21, 1986 Genre(s) Action-adventure Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $1,000.00
Zelda
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Takashi Tezuka Producer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Writer(s) Takashi Tezuka Composer(s) Koji Kondo Series: The Legend of Zelda Release date(s): February 21, 1986 Genre(s) Action-adventure Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $40.00
Zelda 2
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Publisher(s) Nintendo Producer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Writer(s) Takashi Tezuka Composer(s) Akito Nakatsuka Series The Legend of Zelda Release date(s) January 14, 1987 Genre(s) Action RPG Mode(s) Single-player
Price: $40.00
Cartridge 190 in 1 GAMES
Play all your favorite game sin one cartridge without changing it to play the next game!
Price: $89.99
Panic Restaurant
Nintendo
Price: $499.99
Nintendo NES Advantage Game Controller
Nintendo
Price: $14.99
NINTENDO 8 BIT CONTROLLER PAD
Nintendo
Price: $7.99
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