You have 0 item(s).
Total: $0.00
 
Universal Video Game Cases
Nintendo 64 Gaming System - N64
Disney Princess Enchanted Journey (Wii)
Mario Kart (N64)
Mario Kart (Wii)
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Wii)
Old Style Gameboy System
Pokemon Soul Silver (NDS)
Animal Crossing (DS)
RetroN 3 Video Gaming System for NES, SNES & Genesis
 
 
Atari 5200 Trak-Ball Controller
Xbox One Controller
Eek The Cat (SNES)
Ninja Gaiden III Ancient Ship of Doom (NES)
Mortal Kombat (Gameboy)
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (XBOX)
Batman Rise of Sin Tzu (PS2)
The 7th Saga (SNES)
God of War 2 (PS2)
Playstation 4 Dualshock Controller
Hitman Contracts (PS2)
Pokemon Emerald (GBA)
Dynasty Warriors 5 (Playstation 2)
Super Paper Mario (Wii)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Republic Heroes (PS3)
Mario Paint No Mouse (SNES)
Lunar Knights (Nintendo DS)
Rastan Saga II (Sega Genesis)
Alias (PS2)
Rocket Power: Beach Bandits (PS2)
Jak 3 (PS2)
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy (PS2)
Super Mario Sunshine (Gamecube)
Crazy Taxi (Dreamcast)
Goof Troop (SNES)
Super Mario 64 (N64)
Legend of Zelda (NES)
Sonic and Knuckles (Genesis)
Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis)
Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
Pokemon Red (Gameboy)
3-D Worldrunner (NES)
Sega Dreamcast Controller
Star Wars Battlefront II (PS2)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi (PS2)
Sega Genesis 3 Core System
Tetris (Gameboy)
Q Bert (NES)
Final Fantasy IX (Playstation)
Final Fantasy X-2 (PS2)
Jungle Strike (Genesis)
Sonic 2 (Genesis)
 
 
 
View price in:  
>Nintendo>Nintendo Games
Contra (NES)
Name: Contra (NES)
Your Price:
$39.99




Customers who bought this item also bought

  • RetroN 2 SNES / NES Video Games Twin Console (Black)
  • Nintendo NES System (Top Loading) - Video Game Console
  • Mega Man 2 (NES)
  • Baseball Simulator 1000 (NES)
  • American Gladiators (NES)


  •   Contra (NES)   Contra (NES)    

    Description
    In 1957 a large object from outer space crashed into Earth's Amazon basin, near ruins of the lost Mayan civilization. Scientists world-wide heralded the incident as a trivial cosmic occurrence, and thus the collision was soon forgotten.


    Product Reviews

    Write an online review and share your thoughts.
    Reason enough to get an NES!!
    by Frank Lanford 30 Apr 2007

    Last year when I decided to rebuy the NES, the first game that I purchased was Contra. I remembered the fun I used to have as a little kid in this game, even though I was lucky if I could even get to level 3 at the time without the Konami code. Well, finding a good deal on it off the internet, I quickly bought it, and I must say that no matter what age you are, this game is great! Out all of the Konami series, I may actually like Contra the best! Frank


    Now, thirty years later, rumors of an evil force have swept into the Pentagon's front office, and tales from frightened villagers of a hideous being with an army of alien henchmen are sending chills down the spines of top military brass.

    Unwilling to upset current political stability, an all-out assault on the region has been overruled, and instead, two of America's most cunning, courageous and ruthless soldiers from the Special Forces elite commando squad have been selected to seek out and destroy these alien intruders. 

    Congratulations, pal, you're one of the chosen. But before you take pride in being the best, be warned. You're about to come face to face against Red Falcon, the cruelest life-form in the galaxy. He arrived on Earth thirty years ago (that's six months time in an alien's life) to establish a foothold from which he will attempt to conquer our world and then use it as a stepping stone toward his ultimate fiendish goal: domination of the entire universe. 

    Needless to say, playing hero won't be easy. But you have no choice -- you must be a hero. Because if you fail, life as we know it will cease to exist, and the vile Red Falcon will rule forever. If you succeed, well...it doesn't matter, because I doubt you will.

    A conversion of the arcade game, Contra is a classic side scrolling platformer. The game is considered to have improved on platformers by including such concepts as directional shooting and climbing.