Originally launched in Japan and China as the Family Computer in 1983, the Nintendo Entertainment System - often called as the NES - came to be one of the best selling video game systems when it was introduced to the public in 1985. The console revolutionized the whole concept of home video systems right after the video game system crash in 1983, following the success system of Atari. The NES set the standard for future video game systems, right down to the standard controller.
This Nintendo Entertainment System articles and topic guide is presented by the writers, editors, and contributors of Bright Hub, bringing you the helpful information in regards to the system itself, its video games, and its continued popularity twenty five years later.
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