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by the time 1987 arrived, the nintendo entertainment system was already well on its way to becoming the dominant gaming system of the era. but before that, the gaming giant had created a library of classics, and one of its greatest early releases was the original f-zero for the nes. while the game is a little rough, it does have a very fun premise and design, and it was a real highlight of nintendo’s early nes lineup. the game sends you on a journey, not to a war zone or a future dystopia, but to the relative safety of the solar system’s f-zone. f-zero uses a two-dimensional perspective that pulls the player right into the action, and it’s definitely one of the best space racers ever. the game does have a few quirks, like requiring you to tap and hold the «start» button before it’ll actually start, but these can be overlooked. at the time, f-zero was a real high point for the system, and it’s one of the titles that proved that the nintendo entertainment system could be more than a glorified zapper.
by the time 1987 rolled around, the first 3d mario platformer on the nes was almost a decade old, and it was still one of the best games for the console. in this sequel, you must rescue princess peach from bowser’s twisted castle once again, but this time you get to do it in a 3d environment. in this game, you’ll be able to leap to the higher ground to avoid some of the more dangerous enemies, such as the aforementioned darknuts and the giant barrel, and you’ll also be able to draw a box and trap enemies inside of it. overall, the game is a straightforward platformer with some interesting gameplay tweaks, like having to avoid a large number of falling items on the ground. the original super mario bros. is still a classic, but its sequel is a worthy addition to the list, and its appeal has only increased in the years since its release. if you’re not already a fan, you’re sure to be a convert once you play this gem.
the snes is often thought of as the last great console for the ’90s, and though it may have been the favorite of developers in that generation, the nes had the best games of the ’80s. one of those, and arguably the best, is ninja gaiden. it debuted on the ’90s-era nintendo 64, but its roots lie on the nes. the series had been around since 1987, but it wasn’t until the nes that it truly reached its potential. players took on the role of ryu hayabusa, a wiry ninja who had only just awoken to his power after defeating the criminal organization known as the dragon ninja. he would later go on to fight the brotherhood of the black spider ninja, as well as a horde of demons from another dimension. the combat was fast, the levels were unforgiving and the bosses were the true test of a ninja’s skill, as well as his patience. players were pitted against many of the nes era’s best developers in their own games, including square’s matt bozon, who would later go on to help develop the super smash bros. series, and konami’s tomonobu itagaki, who later went on to become the director of the metal gear solid series. ninja gaiden is a classic for a reason. and its legacy lives on in the legacy of the nes.
donkey kong’s sidekick was the first of many nintendo characters to land on the nes in this series. dk’s first adventure would lay the groundwork for the platformer genre, and was the forerunner to classics like super mario bros. and the legend of zelda.
mario was still the king of the action-platformer world, but he wasn’t the only one. mega man was the beginning of a new era, and nintendo would have another new favorite series that would follow in his footsteps. the legend of zelda is another one of the most influential games of all time and one that’s still looked at as one of the greatest adventure games ever made. the legend of zelda is a classic series of platform games that are simple yet rich in gameplay. as the series progressed, developers would add more and more complex ideas to the formula, but the idea of discovering a long-lost dungeon filled with secrets and obstacles to overcome is still the base concept behind the series to this day.
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