The Famicom (and the NES that followed) was a game-changer. Take it from someone who was there.
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Our comprehensive look back at the coming-of-age of Japanese console games 30 years ago.
30 years ago Nintendo, Sega, and Microsoft entered the Japanese console race. In doing so, they reshaped the future of games.
Jeremy Parish explores the many ways in which the NES continues to affect gaming and gamers 30 years after the system's debut.
Three decades ago, Nintendo parlayed a single arcade hit into a home gaming dynasty that remains strong to this day. Their secret? A strong belief in quality, the cutthroat pursuit of profit, and an occasional dash of humility.