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No stone left unturned.

French publisher Geeks Line is no stranger to a good book – it has already given us the superb N64, SNES and GameCube anthologies – and it’s rounding off this Nintendo-themed selection with an exhaustive look at the machine that started it all, the NES (or Famicom if you’re of the Japanese persuasion).

Penned by Math Manent – who also wrote the aforementioned N64 and GameCube anthologies – the book covers the history of this epic system in an astonishing degree of detail, from its inception in the early ’80s to its eventual demise as the 16-bit era took off in the ’90s. Over 1400 games are covered – including Famicom Disk System, cancelled and unlicenced releases – as are the many hardware variants and wacky accessories.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

No stone left unturned.

French publisher Geeks Line is no stranger to a good book – it has already given us the superb N64, SNES and GameCube anthologies – and it’s rounding off this Nintendo-themed selection with an exhaustive look at the machine that started it all, the NES (or Famicom if you’re of the Japanese persuasion).

Penned by Math Manent – who also wrote the aforementioned N64 and GameCube anthologies – the book covers the history of this epic system in an astonishing degree of detail, from its inception in the early ’80s to its eventual demise as the 16-bit era took off in the ’90s. Over 1400 games are covered – including Famicom Disk System, cancelled and unlicenced releases – as are the many hardware variants and wacky accessories.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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