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Category:NES games

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An ugly grey box with oversized cassette-like cartridges, the Nintendo Entertainment System was specifically designed not to look like a video game console, in a desperate attempt to revive the US video game market which Atari had nearly killed in 1983. Debuting in the US in October 1985, the unit was marketed less as a game console and more like a toy, to the point of advertising the included toy robot peripheral that only (barely) worked with two games more heavily than the system itself. Fortunately, it worked out in the end, thanks in no small part to a library of great games.

Known as the Family Computer (or Famicom for short) in Japan, where it did look very much like a video game console.


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