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wUT. Fun things you never knew when you were growing up- NES systems had built in televisions. “We felt it was one of the most important aspects of the console,

Fun things you never knew when you were growing up-

NES systems had built in televisions. “We felt it was one of the most important aspects of the console,” said system creator and company founder David Rosen, “But nobody ever tried opening them and despite numerous diagrams in Nintendo Power, word just never got out”.

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#4 - Scarsac
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yes... the ever popular 80's flat screen... everyone had one
yes... the ever popular 80's flat screen... everyone had one
#12 - tittylovin
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#29 to #12 - Ulmer
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#17 - alchemicfreak
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#11 - skeebo
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I wish this was real.
User avatar #25 - xedeid
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BS, he didn't push the game down
#15 - doctorhitmarker
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In reality you have to turn it off and on like 300 times to get the game to read properly.   
Still, a console that old produced better games then the ones nowadays, kinda wish they'd re-make some of them, buffer up the graphics and so on.    
   
Gif unrelated.
In reality you have to turn it off and on like 300 times to get the game to read properly.
Still, a console that old produced better games then the ones nowadays, kinda wish they'd re-make some of them, buffer up the graphics and so on.

Gif unrelated.
User avatar #22 to #15 - payseht
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"better games then the ones nowadays"

My rebuttal is every AVGN episode
User avatar #26 to #22 - dragostarc
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Dr. jekkyl... and Mr. Hyde. Ghostbusters. Bible Games. Jesus ******* christ I think i'd just quit life after playing them
User avatar #28 - OldSnake
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NES? That's smart.
Journey to Silius on the NES? That pretty ******* smart.
Journey to Silius on this modified NES? www.youtube.com/watch?v=U85ujwW26ak
User avatar #18 - mookiez
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Surely this can't be that hard to do. Maybe I will make this. Maybe..
#16 - barelyoveranon
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Mine does not seem to have one, yah I know it's a Mac but I like it
#23 to #16 - ComicBookGuy
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User avatar #27 to #16 - smokedmeatlog
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I have the air and, compared to my other 2 previous Dell laptop/computer, i like it.
User avatar #19 to #16 - thenez
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guess what today is
#20 to #19 - barelyoveranon
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Obviously I understand there weren't flat screen TVs in Nintendo consoles, mostly just wanted to show that I had one behind my laptop.
#13 - eralduspr **User deleted account**
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