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Article by Michael Jenkins
There have been revolutionary changes and advancements made since the first Nintendo Entertainment System was introduced. Game choices have increased at light speed and, although never restricted by age or gender, the selection now includes pastime options for almost anyone, from the avid sports, exercise and music fan, to the heroes who battle transformers.
by Tim Zim
Back in the early days of video gaming, let say around mid 1980′s, you had the choice of a personal computer or a game console to play games at home with. PC’s were not as complex as today, but they were changing constantly. Screen resolutions changed, processors changes, processing speeds changed. It all depended on what you could afford, options abound. The PC user had to educated in how to use the PC for every type of software that it used. Advanced users could tune the PC to get better performance from it, as was needed to play most PC games. New PC games pushed the boundaries and required upgrades to play them. Consoles were found on the idea that a user should not need to configure the console to get it to work with each new game as it became available. The average person could buy a console and take it home and be playing it within minutes. This has been the backbone that video game consoles have grown on.
You could always count on your console to play any game that you bought for it by just plugging it in. Consoles usually leaded in sales that stuck to this guide line. Consoles that wandered for this basic principle lost sales or floundered and went out of business.
Article by Jonathan
The following can be considered an informational assessment of the Nintendo consoles right from the original Nintendo Entertainment System to the Nintendo Wii and wii points. There is much information and difference when it comes to console releases in Japan as opposed to North America. This article will focus on the video game information in the North American market.
10. Ninja Gaiden
Ninja Gaiden is an action-adventure game developed by Team Ninja for the Xbox video game console. It went through five years of development before its release by Tecmo in 2004, and has been progressively enhanced with a number of expansion packs and two remakes, Ninja Gaiden Black and Ninja Gaiden Sigma. The game follows the fictional story of Ryu Hayabusa, a ninja, in his quest to recover a stolen sword and avenge the slaughter of his clan.
As far as I can remember, I’ve grown up playing video games all of my life. I remember the first Nintendo entertainment system, otherwise known as the NES… I believe that it is safe to say that the Nintendo company has gone through quite a few wars and came back unharmed. It’s been around to fight off Sonic the Hedgehog and Sega, and now it is currently at war with the XBOX 360 and the PS3, and quite frankly, I feel confident when I say that Nintendo may be the one system that will never be defeated in combat.
Can anyone other than me think back to the ages when the Nintendo 64 had just came out, and the new Rumble Pack was being introduced with the all new Star Fox 64? I remember seeing commercials on TV and videos about how Sony and Sega were trying to torture some of the workers of Nintendo into giving up the secrets to the Rumble Pack. Now I’m not sure about who came up with the first ideas for Memory Cards, but I’m absolutely positive that Nintendo beat everyone to controller vibrations going along with the game. Nintendo is a very original and creative company that did not stop at vibration, but would later on continue on towards wireless controllers and motion sensor games!
Article by Dsikarte
Undoubtedly, Nintendo is one of the most prestigious game console manufacturers the world has ever known. They are the creator of best adventure Game consoles of all time, and is a consistent innovative producer of video consoles. Nintendo is known for a “no tolerance” stance against emulation of its video games and consoles, stating that it is the one largest threat to the intellectual rights of video game developers. Nintendo is bringing Netflix’s online streaming video service to its Wii gaming console, the most popular within the Gaming industry, Nintendo is attempting to create a blue ocean by making a distinctive gaming expertise with straightforward access to a back-catalog of games, while at the identical time creating a product ecosystem, and I for one applaude them for their try, sink or swim.
Article by Alden Jerry
Nintendo DS games are becoming more popular among the game loving people. These Nintendo game consoles are preloaded with world-class features and technologies. Nintendo DS games are redesigned as Nintendo DS lite that is more advanced in applications.
10. Zelda II: The Adventures of Link: NES
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link is an action adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and it is the second installment in The Legend of Zelda video game series. It was originally released in Japan on the Family Computer Disk System less than a year after the release of the original The Legend of Zelda. Nintendo released Zelda II in Japan on January 14, 1987, seven months before the United States saw the release of the first Zelda title.
Nintendo released Zelda II in North America in 1988, one year after its initial release in Japan, converting the game from its initial Disk System format to the NES cartridge. The Adventure of Link is a direct sequel to the original The Legend of Zelda, again involving the protagonist, Link, on a quest to save Princess Zelda, who has fallen under a sleeping spell.
The Adventure of Link’s emphasis on side-scrolling and RPG-style elements, however, was a significant departure from its predecessor. The game was highly successful at the time and introduced elements that would become commonplace in future Zelda games. It was followed in 1992 by The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the Super NES. -Wikipedia.org