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How An Elaborate Glitch Lets You Finish The Legend of Zelda In Under Four Minutes
Many games offer ways to program new code that allows players to skip to the credits. It’s a complicated process that’s allowed people to leap to the end of Super Mario World and skip over most of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. So why not jump right to the end of The Legend of Zelda?
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What Made Cartridge Games So Clever
Early consoles and home computers worked with extremely limited firepower. In those days, not only was the hardware less capable, there really wasn’t room for expandability to make machines like the Commodore VIC-20 or Famicom more capable. Or wasn’t there?
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Why Super Nintendo Is the Reason You're Still Playing Video Games
It may be 25 years since its U.S. launch, but impact of the SNES can still be felt today.
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NES collector John Riggs shares 11 NES games that are Hidden Gems for Nintendo collectors. http://buff.ly/2cyYLXI
BUY NES GAMES HERE: http://goo.gl/mUFz2v. Games Shown: Bucky o'Hare The Guardian Legend Fire 'n Ice Rockin' Kats Cartoon Workshop Kabuki Quantum Fighter The Battle of Olympus Pinball Quest G.I. Joe Crystalis Shatterhand. Nintendo NES Games - HIDDEN GEMS 3.
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20 Years Later, The N64 Still Amazes Me
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Nintendo 64 in North America. A chiefly innovative console as games made the jump between 2-D and 3-D, the Nintendo 64's release was one of the most important gaming moments of all time.
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Pokémon Red and Blue Hack Lets You Play As A Girl
Fun fact: the concept art for Pokémon Red and Blue games showcased a female character that never actually made it into the final game. Actually, gender options for the main character didn’t appear until Pokémon Crystal, in 2001.
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The Reason Behind Street Fighter's Iconic Button Layout
This week twenty-nine years ago, the first Street Fighter was released in arcades. There was Ken, Ryu, and some very different buttons.
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Chrono Cross Was A Bad Sequel, But A Brilliant Game
In many ways, the reason Chrono Cross is one of the most underrated JRPGs in gaming is because of the comparisons to its predecessor, Chrono Trigger.
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Introduction
Retro-Bit has been at the forefront of the classic video gaming world. They have been a leader in manufacturing third party accessories for all of our favorite classic gaming. Everything from the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) to the Sega Genesis and even the first Xbox, Retro-Bit brings the classics to real time.

Why is a company like Retro-Bit so sought after? 
The big name manufacturers of our favorite gaming systems have simply moved past these items. They are progressively moving into the future, while those of us who still want to enjoy the classics are left with broken items, and non working systems. What are we to do?

That is where Retro-Bit steps in; they provide these accessories for us. They have even moved into re-manufacturing the consoles themselves! When a company takes this type of initiative, they can play stackable compatibility on each system. Now you can play your SNES games on your NES system, and Sega Genesis Games on your SNES system. Amazing! 

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