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Submitted by Duddyroar 2639d ago | article

Hardware Focus - Nintendo Entertainment System

Fingerless gloves, in-ear headphones, Michael Jackson, The Cosby Show, Transformers action figures and the Back to the Future movie are just a few of the things people think of when reminiscing about the mid 80s. Many things were fads to be forgotten forever, others live on as icons of the generation. The Nintendo Entertainment System (or NES to its friends) is one such iconic figure, living on in the hearts and minds of gamers everywhere and securing its place in popular culture forever. (Culture, Wii)

ChickeyCantor  +   2639d ago
That NeS had a microphone in one controller......but i still dont know for what they used it! The controllers are wired....i cant really imagen that ....
still have my Nes, and double dragon works awesomely fine XD

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