The book features game reviews and reflections of over 750 North American NES titles, 30 Exclusive PAL titles and even features articles from James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd) and Brent Black (Brentalfloss.) Below you can find a detailed description of the book taken from the official Kickstarter page.
The 30th Anniversary of the Nintendo Entertainment System just passed on Oct. 18, and the NES is still played and remembered fondly today. Why? It might just be because the NES helped save the video game console market in North America. But more importantly, it’s beloved for its great and diverse library of games. Super Mario Bros., Tetris, Castlevania,Punch-Out, Mega Man, Duck Hunt, The Legend of Zelda, Ninja Gaiden, Tecmo Bowl -- what do they all have in common? They were all great games released on a single system. And many great game franchises still around today, had their start way back on the NES! The NES had nearly 800 unique game cartridges released for it during its lifetime. While almost every video game fan has played or at least heard of the more famous titles, there were many, many games that weren’t as popular or well-known. This book features all of them, with detailed information such as the release date, developer, publisher, genre, availability, and more, as well as a review and rating for each title. There's also a separate "Reflections" section for each game where the author of that review can expound upon the game more, comment on interesting aspects of the game, or even go off on a tangent about video game history, or muse about childhood memories or a humorous anecdote the game may have conjured up.
Overall, this book seems to offer a unique package of something you can't find anywhere else. This quality book doesn't come cheap as the digital version will cost you $30. If you're more of a physical collector be prepared to shell out $60 for a physical copy.
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