Things are pretty universal now, but Nintendo's branding and product design used to differ greatly depending on region! This subject has always been of interest to me, so I tried my hand at combining the European and North American SNES logos into one. Should be nostalgic for SNES fans the world over!
Tags: gaming, nostalgia, nostalgic, retro, rgb
From Adventure of Link on the NES! From Zeldapedia: In the years before knowledge of his original Japanese name was easily accessible, it was mistakenly believed that his dialogue, “I AM ERROR”, was the result of the game’s programming suffering from a bug which caused the game not to render his name correctly, rather replacing that part of the game’s script with an error message.
Tags: nintendo, nintendoentertainmentsystem, iamerror, adventure of link, legend of zelda
Donkey Kong was originally released by Nintendo in 1981 and quickly became an arcade hit. It is an early example of the platform game genre, as the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms while dodging and jumping over obstacles. This vintage video game design features 8-bit artwork and the original Japanese titling along with plenty of hand painted distressing to give it a straight outta the 80s kind of look.
Tags: nintendo, nes, video-games, arcade, vintage