From 1984 to 1993, over 700 games were released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and they’re all represented here in an out-of-this-world chart. Starting from the middle and spiraling out, this star system of NES history tracks every game broken down by release date and genre, with over 100 illustrations of notable titles, encompassing classics like “Battletoads” and “Tecmo Bowl” as well as obscurities and oddities like “Day Dreamin’ Davey” and “Kickle Cubicle.” A tribute to the button-mashing days of old, this pan-galactic gallery is the ultimate catalog of NES games.
If you are a fan of the original NES and are looking for something to hang on your wall, you might want to check out The Nebula of NES Games by Pop Chart Labs. Each print will run you $32 and is signed and numbered by the artists, and comes packaged in a Pop Chart Lab Test Tube.
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