Traverse the Dank Dark World of Shadowgate on NES – Today in History – December 16th, 1989

Carl Williams writes, "The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was not known for its long drawn out thought provoking titles. Rather, the NES was known for its quick reflex action titles that younger gamers enjoyed more. For the aging crowd of gamers, which there were more than a few since by this point in time the NES was going on half a decade, there was not a lot of gaming options. Kemco, a unique third party publisher for the NES, was able to see the light, similar to how Koei saw it A LOT sooner, though neither were able to quite capitalize like their counterparts did with the younger gamers."

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