The 7 Original Nintendo Games That Still Sell
Nintendo has been dead for a long time right? Wrong. According to a recent survey on eCommerce sales there are 7 Nintendo games that still sell on a regular basis. Do you own any of these classic games? If you do, consider yourself lucky.
The Legand Of Zelda
If the photo alone gives you a mild erection, chances are you were born in the 80's and that's fine with us. If you enjoy today's RPG games you can thank this bundle of gold bliss.
Mega Man 2
Mega Man is one of the best platform games in the history of gaming. It was one of the first games that allowed you to choose your own course strategically to get special powers needed to defeat other stage bosses.
The soundtrack in Mega Man 2 was ground breaking for it's time.
Super Mario Brothers 3
The release of this game was massive, it pushed the NES as far is 8-bits could be pushed. It spawned 'The Wizard' a movie about a video game boy genius. Mario Brothers 3 was the last great NES game to be produced before the birth of the Super Nintendo system.
Perhaps the best two player game in the history of the NES. What was better than the sound of that machine gun in the game? You can thank Contra for the classic cheat code, UP, UP, DOWN, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, B, A, START.
If you're a real boss you're rolling with the Mike Tyson version. Punch Out was later released with Mr. Dream as the final boss which looked an awful lot like Mike Tyson but with lighter skin. If you were able to defeat Mike Tyson / Mr. Dream, consider yourself among the elite and a legend amongst your friends.
Super Mario Brothers
The game that started it all.
The original Mario Brothers was the first great platform game. The creator's did a masterful job creating a game with a high fun factor. Some of the basic concepts of Mario Brothers are still used in today's modern gaming.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Ninja Turtles was the game every kid wanted. it was also a tough game to beat. The popularity of the television series really propelled this game to its massive popularity.