Since we already had Sorlus the actual vintage game expert (check him out on Twitch at: https://www.twitch.tv/sorlus) over for the best Super Nintendo games of all time, it made sense to keep him around for his list of the best NES games of all times. You’ll see some familiar classics in this one, but you will also get some titles that were hugely underrated games and yet for whatever reason seemed to fly under the radar.
Play arguably the best tropical RPG of all time, destroy cities as a classic movie monster, or go alien hunter in some of the most classic games on the system – we go over these games and more!
Unfortunately we forgot to corral the trouble making North American brown bear in between takes but well, nothing’s perfect. Future orders for fish will be made prior to filming.
Best NES Games of All Time
Once again we have to thank Sorlus for his time and awesome commentary on some of his favorite games, as well as the ones that were important for gaming and paved the way for some of the premiere games that led to the golden age of Nintendo (in many eyes) via the SNES.
We love the vintage video games because we grew up with so many of them. If you have any thoughts for future vintage video game topics, please head over to our Facebook page and let us know. We’re always eager to know what our audience wants when it comes to these topics and we still have some topics open for Season 3…whenever that might be in late 2022 🙂
Thanks for the kind words, thanks again to Sorlus for his NES and SNES expertise and as always, good gaming!
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