|Nintendo NES Deluxe Gray Console (NTSC)|
Selden, NY, USA
|Original NES Nintendo System - new 72 Pin All Hookups!|
Miami, FL, USA
|Nintendo NES Gray Console (NTSC) 3 Controllers, Mario/duckhunt, Cords|
Mount Pleasant, MI, USA
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|The Nintendo NES Deluxe gaming system console is one of the most advanced video game consoles of all times. This Nintendo gaming console keeps you on the edge of your seats with an amazing gaming experience, wherever you go. On the whole, this Nintendo gaming console opens up exciting gaming possibilities for you. Ideal for gamers of all ages, the Nintendo NES Deluxe will also make a great gift for any hard core gaming enthusiasts.|
|Product Name||Nintendo NES|
|UPC||011152403427, 045496881085, 45496610012|
|Product Line||Nintendo Entertainment System|
Average review score based on 79 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), the best-selling video game system of all time, has countless gems for fans of classic video games. Thanks to the comic reviews of the Angry Video Game Nerd, the NES system has seen something of a revival in recent years. While he focuses on the most heinous and unplayed of Nintendo games, nearly every prevalent Nintendo character can trace his, her, or its origins to this console. Link. Mario. Samus. Ice Climbers. Solid Snake. Kirby. Donkey Kong. All either originated in a NES cartridge or were popularized in a NES game. Owing to the relative simplicity of the graphics and controller, programmers focused on engrossing and imaginative gameplay. Younger gamers may scoff at the crude graphics and two, count 'em, TWO buttons on the controller, but given a chance, most NES games still hold up to modern scrutiny. Many go a step beyond this: they're actually fun to play. If you never played the NES and enjoy contemporary Nintendo games, you owe it to yourself to try one out.
The NES system is known to be finnicky and error-prone, a consequence owing primarily to the slot used to insert its cartridge-based games. This slot and its so-called 72-pin connector--literally 72 metal pins that connect to the pins in the cartridge games--is the most often damaged item in the entire componentry. If your NES system flashes a blinking red light when plugged in, odds are very high that you simply need to open your NES and replace the 72-pin connector with a new one. This is a relatively easy fix as you'll only need a screwdriver and 10 minutes. These 72-pin connectors are always available on eBay.
The controller on the NES began the long tradition of detachable plug-and-play accessories in home consoles. Consisting of two buttons and a digital movement pad, the NES controller is the epitome of simplicity. Yet even these two buttons allowed for relatively sophisticated gameplay.
The NES game library is very large, so collectors will have a hobby for years. Nearly every game is a classic. Try one out and marvel how far we've come in such a short time. You can't truly appreciate your modern shooting and puzzle games without understanding the complexity of Contra and Zelda. Get N or get out!
I had one of these when they first came out in 1985. Back then they were considered state of the art. Now they're more of a novelty item, but my son is into collecting retro gaming consoles and he wanted one for Christmas. He loves all the old games and this will really make his day. So my rating might be somewhat askew, but only because after 26 years the ease of use of this product without changing the 72 pin connector, well it makes getting it to work properly somewhat challenging. Games should be cleaned too which helps in making these old units work. Remember blowing on the cartridges? Well q-tips and high grade Isopropyl rubbing alcohol works quite well. As for the value for the money, I'm rather shocked by some of the prices these things are going for, but good deals are out their and even heavily used ones are easily put back into working order with parts readily available here on eBay and how-to videos on Youtube.
This product is decent if you or a loved one likes theold school games but doesn't compare to the new fangled, HD goodness of the xBox 360 or the PS3. Hope this review helps some!
That classic 8-bit console that started it all. The Nintendo Entertainment System is a fantastic entry level system in the video game world. Many tough and entertaining games that are still one of the most popular and most played games of today. Super Mario Bros, Zelda, Metroid, Duck Hunt, CastleVania, Excitebike, just to name a few. A very easy system to use, you can either hook it up through your TV's coaxial input or more popular composite in your CRT or LCD TV. It's more recommended to play an older game console like this on a tube or CRT TV so that quality of the image is pleasant to the player, and so that you do not experience any sort of lag with the gameplay.
The "Nintendo" is a classic console. I am really not sure why I have to tell you that. If you are a gamer the is the holy grail and creator of your gaming. If you were born in the 80's - early 90's you owned one. Everybody who's is anybody has played this system. Mario Brothers/Duck Hunt, Captain Skyhawk, Tetris, Tecmo Bowl are just some of the classics we grew up to enjoy. I bought this nintendo because it was a very good deal, looked clean (no yellowing) and no physical damage that I noticed. The only thing I do not like about it is my favorite games are becoming harder and harder to find. If you do find them it will ,most likely be on ebay and you will pay a ton for them.
I have been collecting Nintendo NES for about 20 years. The R.O.B. and stack ups are very nice to use for the NES system. Since I opened me store, and started sharing my items. It has been a blast to buy and sell. I sell all my over stock items and then have a chance to get the items i always wanted to get my whole life. I SEANBIGBLUE think Nintendo NES is the best old school system out there, and many people on EBAY think the same. If you are an 80's kid like I was, this is the stuff.