Tag Archives: NES

Nintendo Famicom Disk System – Buying Guide + Best Games!

Family Computer Disk System was released only in Japan in 1986 and uses floppy disks to store retail games and save games. John Riggs is a collector of the system and shares his knowledge of the system and what games you will want to pick up day 1.

GAMES SHOWN:
The Miracle of Almana
Meikyū Jiin Dababa
Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
The Mysterious Murasame Castle
Falsion
Vs. Excitebike
Kick Challenger: Air Foot
Bio Miracle-I’m Upa
Otocky

NEW GAMES for NES – Nintendo Homebrews!

John Riggs shows some new home-brew developed games for the classic NES. All these games are put onto cartridges as well!

GAMES SHOWN:
Log Jammers
Starkeeper
0 to X
Larry & the Long Look for a Lucious Lover
Haunted: Halloween ’85
Haunted: Halloween ’86
The Legends of Owlia
Tortoises
Basic Championship Wrestling
Super Russian Roulette
Tailgate Party
Mega Ran
Sergio Elisondo
Black Box Challenge

** All footage was captured using the Analogue NT mini **

Goofy Foot Controller – Kickstarter

An alternative grip design of the classic NES controller, the Goofy Foot is designed to give the right thumb some D-Pad action.

Designed to set the standards of Goofy Foot game play, quality and feel are our main focus. We want it to feel like a classic design, using quality plastics and rubber pads. A standard cord length of over 7.5′ with an NES 7 pin plug, the Goofy Foot Controller is compatible with the Nintendo Entertainment System, the AVS from retroUSB, Hyperkin’s Retron line, and other NES clones.

World’s First NES MUSIC Cartridge – Real Digital Audio & Not 8Bit!!

Sergio Elisondo is a musician who released a full digital audio album on NES cartridge format – A first of it’s kind! This is not 8bit chip tunes but real instruments played like a real digital album. It is the results of several people overcoming technical challenges and in this video we talk about the making of it.

BUY the MUSIC NES CART HERE: http://www.retrousb.com/product_info.php?cPath=36&products_id=143

* All music in this episode is from Sergio Elisondo