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Spread the love        Tweet    A video game Christmas miracle made its debut yesterday on The Video Game History Foundation blog. The NES version of SimCity has been completely digitized and preserved by The Video Game History Foundation thanks to two copies of internal builds being discovered in 2017. The Video Game History Foundation has published a blog
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Spread the love        Tweet    Continuing the trend of releasing modified versions of classic titles alongside the Nintendo Switch Online subscription’s free games, Nintendo has put out SP versions of Metroid and Dr. Mario. Every month the Nintendo Switch Online service will add three NES titles to its collection of games players can download and play, so
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Spread the love        Tweet    Nintendo has often been called “out of touch” when it comes to their online strategy, but I tend to use the less reductive term “idiosyncratic,” or perhaps even “incoherent.” It isn’t new for the company to be practicing with “Nintendo-like solutions” rather than industry standards but in this day and age, their
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Spread the love        Tweet    Around the time Nintendo Switch Online launched last month, Nintendo confirmed that more NES games would be added to the service at monthly intervals. Today, we received the first batch of new titles: NES Open Tournament Golf, Super Dodge Ball, and Solomon’s Key. In addition, Nintendo also surprisingly released an enhanced version of
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