showed that third-party companies could also make fun, bright-colored platform games for the NES. It was challenging and entertaining to such an extent that it makes quite a few "best NES game" lists. I'd include it because I think a lot of people would like a crack at it again, now that they're older and have more refined reflexes and hand-eye coordination. It would certainly get more play than a lot of the early Nintendo games like and .
And when it ships on November 11 for just $60, £50 or AU$100, it could also be an unbeatable deal: , and you can't get this many retro Nintendo games anywhere else for the money.
Across the following 9 pages you'll find 125 Nintendo greats, an explanation on why each game is one of the most important and most fun Nintendo games ever made, and a brand new, original Let's Play for (almost) every game, giving you a tour of what made the game so special. Without further ado, let's jump right in with #125...
A lot of those famous "black box" Nintendo games made the cut, but the eternally entertaining didn't. (Also didn't, which is just about an equal oversight.) would be great for the NES Classic since it requires no manual to learn how to play and no giant time commitment or particularly refined skills to beat.
|Previously Featured in the Big List of Nintendo NX Games|