Nintendo Family Computer

Contra, Dig Dug, Solomon’s Key, 99 in 1 and who could forget Super Mario Brothers? The Nintendo Entertainment System isn’t really released in the 90’s but I just added considering the fact that this was a “BIG” part of my childhood. he Famicom featured a top-loading cartridge slot, a 15-pin expansion port located on the unit’s front panel for accessories (as the controllers were hard-wired to the back of the console) and a red and white color scheme. The NES featured a front-loading cartridge slot and a more subdued gray, black and red color scheme. An expansion port was found on the bottom of the unit and the cartridge connector pins was changed. I still remember those times me and my sister fought over this. One word “Priceless”.

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