Although the NES had its highs, giving us some of our favorite gaming memories, it definitely wasn't shy about drilling us with stinkers at regular intervals. Here are the 10 NES games that made us cry, starting with number 10:
Wrecking Crew — At least one of the crappy single-screen Mario games deserved a spot on this list, and we went back and forth between this and Mario Bros. for a while. Th
IT WAS ORIGINALLY TITLED THE FAMICOM
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) came to the United States in 1984, but it was preceded by a Japanese version in 1983. Called the Famicom (for family computer), it featured a glaring red and white design, far less cool than the gray system American gamers received the following year. The controllers attached to the
In the days when Nintendo ruled the gaming roost, there wasn't as wide a game selection as we have today. Companies would only release a handful of games each year, so they had to make those titles count. Som
With the Super Bowl coming up, we wanted to see if we could get a sneak preview of the winner, but how? Do research on each of the players? Call Miss Cleo? We'll do research the best way we know how -- by pitting the Giants and Patriots against each other on Tecmo Super Bowl on the original Nintendo Entertainment System.
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