Three decades ago, Nintendo released a timeless, action-adventure classic that would redefine the video game experience. Link, Ganon, and Princess Zelda have all hit the big 3-0, and to celebrate, we're going to take a look back at this revolutionary game. First and foremost, we're referring to the game's original release on the Nintendo Famicom, the Japanese system that would be converted into the Nintendo Entertainment System when it went stateside.
I was born in 1987. Around this time in video gaming, the Nintendo Entertainment System was dominating the video game market and everyone at the time already forgot about that wood paneled console named Atari 2600. Bleeps and Boops on the screen, and squares battling squares. It was primitive, but for it's time, it was groundbreaking.
If you're a video gamer of any sort, I'm sure you are aware of the game,The Legend of Zelda™. The game has sold over 62 million copies and has entertained generations with more than 25 years of magic and adventure.
Now, Zelda comes to life at DeVos Performance Hall on October 19th, with the Grand Rapids Symphony.
I love video games, but most mostly one that take me back like Atari, Sega and even Nintendo. Here is a vintage look at the medias take on parent's angry over Nintendo and the gaming industry back in 1991.
So Nintendo Announced the new 3DS System will be released on March 27th... at a price of $249...
Turn back the clock to 1980... Mattell announced this baby would sell for $299... but hey, it came with "Poker and Black Jack" - My how the times have changed.