15 things you’ll only remember if you were born before the internet

For most kids today, the most vintage video game system they can think of is the Nintendo 64 — but the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was released over 10 years before, in 1985.

All of your favorite games began on the NES, like Mario and Donkey Kong. In the ’80s, the NES was the hottest video game console you could get, but its reign was short-lived. Only six years later, Nintendo released the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System), which quickly overtook the NES.



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