Top
10°

ONM: The History of the NES

It's very likely that had Nintendo not created the NES, you wouldn't be playing games today. See, the games industry crashed spectacularly in 1983, largely because companies released a slew of rubbish games - such as ET on the Atari 2600 which was so bad that all the unsold copies were buried under concrete in a desert (no, really) - and subsequently went bankrupt. No one bought games because there was nothing good to buy, and videogaming was about to be dismissed as a passing fad.

Read Full Story >>
officialnintendomagazine.co.uk
The story is too old to be commented.