Source: Rebecca Spear / iMore Nintendo’s classics usually come to mind when people think of retro games . After almost single-handedly saving the entire video games industry following the massive crash in the early 1980s, Nintendo soon became a household name with their home consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System and handheld consoles like the GameBoy family. Fans of Nintendo are continuously looking to play the games they grew up with as adults for that good ol’ nostalgia. But with advancing technology and degrading physical hardware like corroded cartridge pins, playing old favorites with friends keeps getting more difficult. Nintendo’s miniature Classic plug-and-play systems provided a cheap way to play the best games on the NES and SNES, but after four years, the lack of a Nintendo 64 Classic is starting to hurt. So, what would a hypothetical Nintendo 64 Classic look like? NES and SNES Classic overview Source: Nadine Dornieden / iMore Starting with the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo offered classic games from the NES to the Nintendo 64, with a few other non-Nintendo consoles on offer as well. They called this the Virtual Console, and it provided many people who started gaming on the Wii, like me, a way… Read full this story
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