Nintendo’s debut title for its light gun peripheral, based on an innovative film-based arcade installation from the ’70s.
A light gun peripheral built on the concepts of best-selling pre-video Nintendo toys from the 1970s, included as a pack-in with American consoles.
A basic but timeless interpretation of video gaming’s coin-op granddaddy, Pinball gave programming prodigy Satoru Iwata a foot in the door at NCL.
The first NES game ever to reach American shores, Tennis has a remarkable pedigree for such a simple game.
Nintendo’s “first” NES game, Baseball feels sadly simplistic compared to modern takes on the sport. Top-tier stuff back in ’83, though!