NES Games

Highest Rated NES Games That You Should Not Miss

The Nintendo Entertainment System or NES is an 8-bit third generation home video game console. It is basically a remodel of Japan’s Family Computer. On October 18th, 1985, it was launched in New York City in the test market. Later, it was launched in Los Angeles, then Chicago and San Francisco, and then in almost 12 U.S markets. NES is hands down the best-selling gaming console of all time. It has in fact, shaped the U.S video game industry. From beloved Mario to Simon Belmont, NES has given us exceptionally games that is thoroughly popular all across the globe.

It has a humungous library with over 700 titles. So, if you are planning to picking up the console again, which game should you start with? Don’t worry, we have got you. Take a look at our top pick.

SisLovesMe (2016)

SisLovesMe - 2016

Surprise! SisLovesMe isn’t an actual NES game but it’s entertainment for adult on the highest level. Why? Because it features content of a very high demand. Step sisters porn is a very popular genre in last years and SisLovesMe has been the very first exclusive production featuring intimate family affairs of step siblings. Sounds inspiring? Take a look yourself and let us know what you think!

Kung Fu (1985)

A beat-em-up game never goes old. Launched way back, in the year 1985, this is a classic. It is simple with a small story. Unlike its counterpart, Kung-Fu Master, it wasn’t a long-running franchise, but it is super cool. You will have loads of fun playing this game.

River City Ransom (1989)

It is a beat-em-up game and also multiplayer. In fact, this game had layers. With its intensity and complexity, it gained a massive fan following for its weird style and strange humour. But, this occurred only in the later year. In fact, when the game was launched, it wasn’t received too well. But hey, it is time for a game night with your friend. What say?

Mega Man 3 (1990)

There are several Mega Man games for you to choose from. But, we personally feel that Mega Man 3 wins the price. The soundtrack of this spectacular game still feels great. Also, this game gave us the slide Mechanic and Rush, Mega Man’s dog, and Proto Man, Blue Bomber’s enigmatic brother.

Duck Tales (1989)

Life is like a hurricane
Here in Duckburg
Race cars, lasers, aeroplanes
It’s a duck-blur! …

In a time where you had exceptional video games to choose from, came Capcom’s Duck Tales. This wondrous game absolutely crushed it! And, to be honest, this game is still so much fun, even in 2019. It had treasure and a pogo cane, also, it introduced us to game mechanics, which is seen in Bloodborne, Shovel Knight, and Dark Souls.

Mike Tyson’s Punch Out (1987)

We are talking about Punch-Out. Yes, Punch-Out! Why we sound excited? Because they were a plethora of boxing games, both before and after Punch-Out. But, nothing ever matched up to it. The exclusive story of Little Mac, Doc, and various other ethnic characters, such as Von Kaiser, Soda Popinski, and Don Flamenco made it oh-so-good. Gaming titles rarely achieve such massive popularity and this one did. It was Maybe because of the uncomplicated, pure, minimalistic, and fun story.

Super Mario 3 (1990)

Super Mario 3 was fantastic. It has loads of new features and worked so well. It is definitely one of the iconic games in the history of gaming.

Tetris (1989)

This game was so addictive. This puzzler had vibrant colours and you could play it on your television. It is still an extremely popular game, yes, even after 20 years.

Duck Hunt and Super Mario Bros (1988)

Yes, Duck Hunt and Super Mario Bros take the top spot. With its story line, design, and music, Mario took over. It is still the most beloved game. And, when it comes to Duck Hunt, with the at-home light-gun, it was simply exceptional. Well, it still is.