So when I moved out of my parent’s house many years ago I left a few items behind, mainly some of my old gaming stuff. I was recently over there and dug up my old Nintendo Entertainment System and games. I had forgotten what I actually had. It also quite nostalgic reading some of the game companies who made these games as most don’t seem to exist anymore. Anyone remember DataEast and Tengen? Now, I have no idea if these games still work or not as I haven’t had a chance to test them out again but ‘m sure all I’d have to do is just blow into them to get them working again. (Remember doing that?)
Here are most of the games neatly boxed up. It’s been sitting like this for almost 20 years I would say in this very box.
Batman, Blaster Master, Paperboy, WWF Wrestlemania Challenge, The Karate Kid, and Ghosts ‘N Goblins.
Super Off Road, Double Dragon, Street Fighter 2010, Ring King, Ninja Gaiden, and X-Men.
Super Mario Bros 3, Contra, Life Force, Duck Tales, Mega Man 2, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Skate or Die, Castlevania II Simon’s Quest, Castlevania III Dracula’s Curse, Track ‘N Field II, Super Spike V Ball, Mega Man 3.
Tetris, Rampage, Metroid, Mike Tyson’s Punch Out, Super Mario Bros 2, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II Arcade Game.
Super Mario Bros, Duckhunt, World Class Track Meet, Section Z, Willow, Blades of Steel, Strider, and 1943.
Tengen R.B.I. Baseball. This game was never given the Nintedo Seal of Approval, yet I think it was one of the funnest baseball games made for the Nintendo.
Zelda II: The Adventures of Link with instruction booklet.
Final Fantasy with instruction booklet and part of a box.
Two NES controllers, the NES Advantage and a Light Gun.
Here is the Nintendo Entertainment System Power Set packed away in the original box. This included the NES, 2 controllers, a light gun, and the Power Pad along with a 3 game cartridge.