The Family Computer, commonly referred to as the Famicom was released in 1983 as Nintendo's first cartridge-based gaming console. It became the best selling game console in Japan by the end of 1984.
January 25, 2014

All NES intro screens in one video

July 15, 2013
May 30, 2013
nintendroid:

The glory days.
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nintendroid:

The glory days.

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June 3, 2012

(Source: -clu-)

May 29, 2012
May 25, 2012

saveroomminibar:

Okami (8-Bit)

Around the time of Okami’s release, Clover Studio mocked up an 8-Bit world map as well as some 8-bit versions of selected tracks from the Okami soundtrack. There’s a link of an 8-Bit Ammy from the official Okami site that leads to a splash screen (shown above), the other image is from the Okami Art Book which displays the 8-Bit world Map.

May 11, 2012
gameandgraphics:

Japanese box art for Tetris (Famicom, 1988).

gameandgraphics:

Japanese box art for Tetris (Famicom, 1988).

May 6, 2012
May 4, 2012

tinycartridge:

“Famitte” message cards by Maniackers Design. For when you really want to say, “title of game.” Or at least look like that’s what you’re saying.

These Famicom cartridge-themed message cards come in packs of 25 for ¥1,000, and will be sold from May 11 through May 20 at Cafe Bar 303 in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture.

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