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Playing With Power: Nintendo NES Classics , Hardcover £16.99 Amazon

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Get this quickly has this will be next to sell out over Christmas as many people going 8 bit mad this year Retail at Nintendo is 24.99 , but Amazon special at 16.99 In a nice Nintendo game Cartridg… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Get this quickly has this will be next to sell out over Christmas as many people going 8 bit mad this year
Retail at Nintendo is 24.99 , but Amazon special at 16.99
In a nice Nintendo game Cartridge cover as well

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Playing with Power: Nintendo NES Classics will cover complete strategy for many classic NES games as well as content from the popular Nintendo Power magazine of the time.

Exclusive embossed slipcase holds this hardcover tome in a clever package that resembles a classic NES Game Pak!

A fascinating retrospective on 17 NES classics-including Super Mario Bros. 3, Donkey Kong, and The Legend of Zelda!

Interviews and commentary from Nintendo visionaries who pioneered this era of gaming.

A showcase of vintage advertising and priceless excerpts from Nintendo Power magazine back issues!

Plus hand-drawn maps, character and game environment art, and much more!
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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suspended 6 Likes #1
Can I use this for my Super Nintendo
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argosextra
Can I use this for my Super Nintendo


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banned#3
Thanks OP
#4
Classic
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sneakyduck
argosextra
Can I use this for my Super Nintendo
underrated post

Super Nintendo/Super Famicom wasn't backwards compatible. Just sayin'

Edited By: poopscoop on Oct 09, 2016 18:21
banned#6
Not officially published by Nintendo. Pass. For an unofficial Nintendo book, you could go instead with Pat the NES Library Guide which admittedly does cost more than this, obviously, but you're getting what many NES collectors consider it to be essential.

Retrocollect.com forum has a topic dedicated to it if anyone is interested. I didn't get one for myself because it costs only slightly less than a Mini Famicom/NES.
#7
Spasho
Not officially published by Nintendo. Pass. For an unofficial Nintendo book, you could go instead with Pat the NES Library Guide which admittedly does cost more than this, obviously, but you're getting what many NES collectors consider it to be essential.
Retrocollect.com forum has a topic dedicated to it if anyone is interested. I didn't get one for myself because it costs only slightly less than a Mini Famicom/NES.
It'll be the 'official' guide to accompany the console - pretty much all of Prima's guides typically are, where they produce them. See here, for example: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2016/07/the_official_nintendo_nes_classics_book_will_go_nicely_with_your_nes_mini

With these guides, it's always worth checking SpeedyHen, as they're typically cheaper - albeit not by a huge amount in this case (£16.07).

http://www.speedyhen.com/Product/Garitt-Rocha/Playing-With-Power-Nintendo-NES-Classics/20304308
banned#8
Illusionary
Spasho
Not officially published by Nintendo. Pass. For an unofficial Nintendo book, you could go instead with Pat the NES Library Guide which admittedly does cost more than this, obviously, but you're getting what many NES collectors consider it to be essential.
Retrocollect.com forum has a topic dedicated to it if anyone is interested. I didn't get one for myself because it costs only slightly less than a Mini Famicom/NES.
It'll be the 'official' guide to accompany the console - pretty much all of Prima's guides typically are, where they produce them. See here, for example: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2016/07/the_official_nintendo_nes_classics_book_will_go_nicely_with_your_nes_mini
With these guides, it's always worth checking SpeedyHen, as they're typically cheaper - albeit not by a huge amount in this case (£16.07).http://www.speedyhen.com/Product/Garitt-Rocha/Playing-With-Power-Nintendo-NES-Classics/20304308
The book only covers 17 games and the Mini NES will have 30 in total. I'd really want to get the Mini Famicom instead but I don't know where to buy it from for a reasonable RRP price with shipping and customs.
#9
Spasho
Illusionary
Spasho
Not officially published by Nintendo. Pass. For an unofficial Nintendo book, you could go instead with Pat the NES Library Guide which admittedly does cost more than this, obviously, but you're getting what many NES collectors consider it to be essential.
Retrocollect.com forum has a topic dedicated to it if anyone is interested. I didn't get one for myself because it costs only slightly less than a Mini Famicom/NES.
It'll be the 'official' guide to accompany the console - pretty much all of Prima's guides typically are, where they produce them. See here, for example: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2016/07/the_official_nintendo_nes_classics_book_will_go_nicely_with_your_nes_mini
With these guides, it's always worth checking SpeedyHen, as they're typically cheaper - albeit not by a huge amount in this case (£16.07).http://www.speedyhen.com/Product/Garitt-Rocha/Playing-With-Power-Nintendo-NES-Classics/20304308
The book only covers 17 games and the Mini NES will have 30 in total. I'd really want to get the Mini Famicom instead but I don't know where to buy it from for a reasonable RRP price with shipping and customs.
It might just be a case of keeping an eye on PlayAsia over the next month or two, and seeing if anything comes up.

Edited By: Illusionary on Oct 09, 2016 19:37
#10
Going 8 bit mad this year?

I've been trying to buy cartridges for 10 years and they still cost a fortune. Cheapest I ever had was Marble Madness back when Blockbuster was a household name :(
#11
GujSehambi
Going 8 bit mad this year?
I've been trying to buy cartridges for 10 years and they still cost a fortune. Cheapest I ever had was Marble Madness back when Blockbuster was a household name :(
Get an Everdrive.
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