This NES sold in very limited quantities, so unfortunately a lot of old-school gamers couldn't get their hands on one. If you missed out on the console, these booklets may be the next best thing for a trip down memory lane.
Not only do the booklets tell you how to play, they also fill in the premise of the game and characters' backstory. When they were first released, these booklets helped make the games compelling, it made you feel like you were the one who had to save princess Zelda, or that you alone could solve Dream Land's mystery. Plus, the original artwork added an extra layer of depth in an 8-bit world.
Fans can still enjoy Nintendo's old-school reading material even if you don't have the NES -- either by perusing them on the site or printing them out.
Don't give up hope of owning your own mini NES console, and don't give in to crazy resale prices either, instead stay tuned Nintendo's Twitter and our guide for additional release information. You have plenty of manuals to read in the meantime.
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