NES30

In 2015, Nintendo's hugely successful Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) turns 30 years old. The NES, an adaptation of Nintendo's already successful Famicom console, re-invigorated console gaming internationally after the collapse of Atari and went on to sell 43 million units worldwide. NES30 celebrates this anniversary by counting down my favourite 30 games for the system.

1. Super Mario Bros 3 (Nintendo, 1990, review)
2. Super Mario Bros (Nintendo, 1985, review)
3. Tetris (Nintendo, 1989, review)
4. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Nintendo, 1987, review)
5. Metroid (Nintendo, 1987, review)
6. The Legend of Zelda (Nintendo, 1987, review)
7. Dragon Warrior IV (Enix, 1992, review)
8. Kid Icarus (Nintendo, 1987, review)
9. Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (Konami, 1990, review)
10. Excitebike (Nintendo, 1985, review)
11. Final Fantasy (Square, 1987, review)
12. River City Ransom (Technos, 1990, review)
13. Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (Konami, 1988, review)
14, Rygar (Tecmo, 1988, review)
15. Castlevania (Konami, 1987, review)
16. Mega Man 2 (Capcom, 1988, review)
17. Super Mario Bros 2 (Nintendo, 1988, review)
18. Crystalis (SNK, 1990, review)
19. Dr Mario (Nintendo, 1990, review)
20. Star Wars (Beam Software, 1991, review)
21. Willow (Capcom, 1989, review)
22. Metal Gear (Konami, 1988, review)
23. Bubble Bobble (Taito, 1988, review)
24. Elite (Imagineer, 1991, review)
25. Wizards & Warriors III (Rare, 1992, review)
26. Battletoads (Rare, 1991, review)
27. Duck Hunt (Nintendo, 1985, review)
28. Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Nintendo, 1987, review)
29. Batman: The Video Game (Sunsoft, 1989. review)
30. Ducktales (Capcom, 1989. review)

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