Peeking Inside ‘The Complete NES Officially Licensed US Releases’ Book

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Even in today’s high-tech world there is still a demand for printed materials. Jeffery Wittenhagen successfully kickstarted a campaign to release a book that would not only feature all 678 licensed US NES games, but also list developer, publisher, year of release, mini-review and would even feature empty check boxes that you could fill in if you had the cart, box and/or manual.

In this video, I crack open this book to show you a taste of what’s inside. This is my kind of book!

All in all, I think it’s a must-have for any collector. It’s fun just to open up to a random page and be reminded of some of those older NES games you may have forgotten about or a familiar game you haven’t played in a while. It’s a flood of memories on every page.

You may order your own through the Hagen’s Alley Store website. I opted for the hardback, but there’s also a paperback version available.

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About John Riggs

A professional radio DJ by day and father of three, two of which have been diagnosed with autism, John Riggs enjoys hacking (or "Rigging") NES games to include his family and friends which you can see on his YouTube channel Riggstalgic which has even been featured on ABC's 'Right This Minute'. He also has a knack for anything nostalgic and has an almost unhealthy obsession with breakfast cereal. Although Riggs claims he loves all systems, he's very fond of NES, SNES, Genesis and TurboGrafx-16/TurboDuo. A few of his favorite games include The Legend of Zelda, ActRaiser, Sword of Vermillion and the Fire Pro Wrestling series from Japan. LIKE on Facebook | FOLLOW on Twitter | FOLLOW on Instagram