The original NES (Nintendo Entertainment System), or Famicom in Japan, is one of the most popular gaming system ever made, and, as a result, is the most written about console system. There are dozens of books about the system, it’s games, it’s re-release as a Mini unit, and more! But none of them that I have ever read has covered the “oddities”, as Jeffrey Wittenhagen has called them, and he has covered them very well in his new book that was “Kickstarted” in 2017 (and available now to the general public.

This book is a follow up to his “The Complete NES: Officially Licensed US Releases”, which was published in the same manner in 2015. That book covered all of the games that most people are familiar with, including the rare games that were licensed but didn’t sell well or were on the market for no more than a couple weeks (in at least one instance).  Read the rest of the article here from Old School Gamer

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