Nintendo Launched the Original Nintendo after the Video Game Crash of 1983. The Nintendo was made famous by innovative titles like Mario World, Duck Hunt, Final Fantasy, and Metal Gear.
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You're looking at the next generation of home entertainment. It's the Nintendo Entertainment System. And it's about to change everything you've come to know about playing and selling home video game systems.
The Nintendo Entertainment System is revolutionary because it's the first truly interactive home video system. No other video system features R.O.B. a computer controller wireless video robot who plays games right along with you. Or the Zapper an amazing light sensing video gun.
This extraordinary pair of video partners lets you transform Nintendo Game Pas into three way and four way video match ups.
And that's only the beginning. Nintendo has a vast library of games that never stops growing. All featuring brilliant 52 color/dot graphics that bring you the most vibrant colors, sharpest resolution and truest video images ever seen on a television screen.
The entire family will enjoy home video entertainment like never before. because never before has there been anything like the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Nintendo Entertainment System was released in America in 1985, after
some limited success in Japan as the Famicom. Over the next few years,
its user base would grow exponentially until the NES surpassed the
Atari VCS/2600 peak set in 1982. As of 1990, there were over 19 million
NES systems in the United States alone.In addition to the tremendous
success of the system, its games had a great deal prosperity. For
example, Super Mario Bros. 3 released in 1989 grossed over $500 million
just in America. In the field of entertainment, only the movie E.T. has
made more revenue. Super Mario Bros. 3 would sell more than 7 million
copies in America and 4 million in Japan, which is more copies than any
other game in history. Sheff wrote, "By record-industry standards,
'SMB3' went platinum eleven times. Michael Jackson is one of the few
artists to have accomplished this feat."By 1990, the money earned from
Nintendo's NES and its games allowed Nintendo to usurp Toyota as
Japan's most successful company. In the entertainment business,
Nintendo netted as much as all of the American movie studios combined,
and more than the three television networks had in the previous two
years. In the five short years since the system was released, the NES
could be found in more than a third of the household in America and
Japan.This monopoly gave Nintendo significant control over the market
during the Fourth Generation, which they utilized in various malicious
schemes. Despite all of this, they are still one of the most popular
and well-known companies in the world. Nintendo's only competitor in
the 8-bit market was Sega with their Sega Master System. While the
Master System did have many more features than the NES (which is
evident in a side-by-side comparison) it lacked the third party support
that Nintendo had and was not much competition. The Master System sold
a total of 2 million units and at times had a market share of 11%,
these were the only reason the system survived as long as it did.