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How Kirby’s Adventure Pushed the NES

Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "Welcome to part two of our look at the games that pushed their consoles beyond whatever our imaginations thought was possible on those systems. For this segment we’re moving from the wood-paneled Atari 2600 to Nintendo’s first home console, the Nintendo Entertainment System. This system is often remembered for not only saving the industry from the doldrums of the crash of 1983 but also launching many of Nintendo’s flagship franchises. Classics like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid and Kid Icarus all debuted on the machine and helped launch series that continue to define Nintendo to this day. One series however that didn’t make its debut on the NES but still left quite the impression is everyone’s favorite puffball – Kirby!"

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FallenAngel198487d ago

What a coincidence I just bought it’s remake, Kirby’s Nightmare in Dreamland on Wii U’s VC to reexperience the awesome game

PhoenixUp87d ago

“Classics like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid and Kid Icarus all debuted on the machine and helped launch series that continue to define Nintendo to this day.”

Nobody is saying Kid Icarus has helped define Nintendo to this day.

Sgt_Slaughter86d ago (Edited 86d ago )

Still have yet to own this on original hardware, would love to obtain it (would be the fourth time along with Wii VC, Wii U VC, Kirby's Dream Collection on Wii)

Sgt_Slaughter86d ago

Make that five times, forgot about the NES Classic

SlapHappyJesus86d ago

Played this game to no end during my gameboy days.