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Hogan's Alley retrospective: The other light gun game | NES Works #007
There's not a lot to say about 1985's third and final NES light gun shooter, so after a brief look into Hogan's Alley this episode digs a bit into how the sausage is made — both in terms of how the NES Zapper worked, and what it takes to get the best possible footage of its games. Please consider supporting the Good Nintentions video project at www.patreon.com/gamespite, and be sure to visit www.goodnintentions.com for more on these games (including high-quality photography and scans)!
Views: 11770 Jeremy Parish
NES Zapper Games | 8-Bit Eric
The NES Zapper for the Nintendo Entertainment System was the most popular light gun ever for a home video game console. What are the best NES Zapper and NES Lightgun Games? 8-Bit Eric takes a look at a few to find out. In this video 8-Bit Eric reviews Baby Boomer, Freedom Force, Operation Wolf and Gotcha! the game, for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/8biteric About 8-Bit Eric: The 8-Bit Eric Show is a YouTube channel presented by 8-Bit Eric, focusing on video games. Presenting you a unique blend of modern gaming and game hardware reviews, previews, and looking back at classic and retro games! Your favorite Nintendo, SNES, Genesis, Atari, Playstation and more video games will be covered here! Like this video? Check out and subscribe for other 8-Bit Eric episodes about classic and hard to find games! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=messyvideogamenerd 8-Bit Eric Playlist: Reaction to How Teens React To Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSmdJyg1VYQ Retron 5 Console Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_8Zb0aGKMc Reaction to Teens React to Nintendo (NES) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQ9Q0a67A3o Underrated Sega Genesis Games https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Asaj9PQa9Y Retro-Bit Super Retro Trio Console Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6BqOkJ3KJk Favorite Video Game Rentals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5At72cojhYU NES Zapper Games http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OIwVNYe84I 8 Bit Evolution Custom Backlit GBA Review http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1V4sdU3VZg SEGA Genesis Shmups http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swp6iIC_3uY SNES Beat Em’ Ups http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtrajIo73IQ Follow 8-Bit Eric on Twitter @the8bitericshow and visit us on Facebook at Facebook.com/the8bitericshow Wanna send me stuff? Send fanmail, hatemail, drawings, pictures, porn (jk), and free games? Please address it to: Joshua Long PO Box 648 Somerset TX 78069 Music: Jason Hooft http://sickids.bandcamp.com/ Kevin MacLeod http://www.incompetech.com All images, music and footage licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 10387 8-Bit Eric
Let's GET!! Licensed NES Zapper Games Part 1
Links are in the description below: This is part 1 of 4 (tentatively) of my look at all of the licensed NES Zapper games. It's a bit of an experiment for me, so please leave feedback! :) It's done more or less in the style of a Let's Play, but with more editing and a kind of commentary track that pops--in here and there. In this part I play through Duck Hunt, Wild Gunman, Barker Bill's Trick Shooting and Shooting Range. Enjoy! Links: All RetrowareTV Light Gun Videos: http://retrowaretv.com/category/shows/lightgun-series/ Roo's (16-Bit Gems) The Way Games Work video on the NES Zapper: http://retrowaretv.com/the-way-games-work-nes-zapper/ Pat The NES Punk's Chiller review: http://retrowaretv.com/pat-the-nes-punk-chiller/
Views: 22517 Let's GET!!
How light pens and light guns work NES Zapper
Support this channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/8BitGuy1 Check out Robin Harbron's band and games: https://www.youtube.com/user/BedfordLvlExperiment https://www.youtube.com/user/P1XLgames In this episode I take an in depth look into how the Light Pen and NES Zapper gun actually work with a CRT display.
Views: 959761 The 8-Bit Guy
The Way Games Work - NES Zapper
The Zapper for the Nintendo Entertainment System was the most popular light gun ever for a home video game console. Now it's time to find out how it works: it's quirks, it's compatibility with modern technology, and yes - even the myths that surround it. For more content, visit http://www.clanofthegraywolf.com
Views: 379500 ClanOfTheGrayWolf
NES Game: Wild Gunman (1984 Nintendo)
A lightgun shooting game where you play a lawman in an old west to chase and shoot down outlaws and you win out over them in a fast-draw competition by waiting for your opponents to say fire and then you shoot first and shoot to win. You can also fight and shoot a gang of bandits as they appear through the doors and windows of old saloon in the gang mode.
NES Zapper Games - Player One Start
Please remember to like and subscribe. In this video I take a look at NES zapper games. Not very many games that were released for the NES were compatible with the light gun accessory known as the NES zapper. Are they worth collecting? Why does the NES zapper look different in the United States compared to the Japanese Famicom light gun? Find out in this video. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Playerone_start Website: http://www.ponestart.com Blog: http://blog.ponestart.com/ Check out my channel for more videos. Thanks for watching!
Views: 103 Player One Start
Game Sack - NES Zapper vs Sega Light Phaser - Review
Episode 10 - Shooting guns at games on your TV screen was an awesome thing to do back in the late 80's. Here we look at many games available for the popular Zapper and Light Phaser guns. Which has better games? Which is the better gun? NOT INCLUDED IN THIS VIDEO are the following Zapper compatible games: Baby Boomer Barker Bill's Trick Shooting Chiller Gotcha! The Sport! Laser Invasion Track & Field II Check out the Game Sack Episode Guide! http://www.gamesack.net
Views: 92426 Game Sack
SNES mini / NES classic Lightgun games on an LCD television using a Sinden Lightgun.
Please see some of my other Youtube videos which describe how the technology works and more examples of the Sinden Lightgun in action.
Views: 2334 Sinden Technology
SNES Classic - NES Light Gun Games (Mouse) - USB-HOST!!!
Feasibly, using this Update, along with a USB Light Gun and CRT TV, would potentially work:) Light Gun Support added for NES Games, using USB-HOST!!! You will need to install either of today's RetroArch Variants for 11-25-17, then use one of the two following command lines... /bin/fceumm OR at end of argument, leave a space, then --retroarch --fceumm I also show an alternate way of installing/uninstalling HMODS for use with USB-HOST:) Alternately, you can use hakchi1, itself to install/uninstall HMODS! This may be helpful to those of you who get shutdown errors when trying to do USB-HOST Modification. To do this, navigate to the following path... /mod/hakchi/transfer/hmod Then, simply copy and paste the HMODS you want installed. It is recommended to keep these to 60 Mb or less, per transfer. Delete any that you want uninstalled. Rebuild Kernel THEN, Memboot will install/uninstall these. Tremendous thanks again to madmonkey!
PiZapper Tutorial - turn a NES Zapper into a Arcade lightgun that will work on a modern TV!!!
PiZapper- turn a NES Zapper into a Arcade lightgun that will work on a modern TV. Works great for raspberry Pi3 arcades. parts available at: www.ultimarc.com
Views: 7114 Greg Arnold
FCEU Ultra Nintendo Zapper Games with AimTrak from ArcadeGuns.com
Video of the main NES Zapper games in action with an AimTrak gun on FCEU Ultra. Gotcha! requires a controller or joystick in addition to the gun as shown. The gun is from ArcadeGuns.com. Games: Freedom Force Duck Hunt Gotcha! The Sport! Barker Bill's Trick Shooting Gumshoe Shooting Range Hogan's Alley Wild Gunman To The Earth
Views: 11383 DarthMarino
NES Accessories - Angry Video Game Nerd - Episode 47
Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=JamesNintendoNerd Watch all Angry Video Game Nerd episodes https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2B009153AC977F90 Angry Video Game Nerd (Episode 47) NES Accessories Back in 1985, the NES helped to revitalize the video game industry following the crash of '83. Nintendo set the standard when it came to video game consoles with this 8-bit home entertainment console and was the first to endorse third-party development. This, of course, led to many games -- and, the subject of this video, accessories designed to enhance the player's experience with their games. Some were good -- such as the NES Max or the Zapper, though a lot more were terrible. Today, The Nerd looks at some of the worst, or lesser-known, and determines whether or not they perform as expected -- such as the Konami Laser Scope and the LJN Roll 'n' Rocker, and of course, hilarity ensues. Visit our website! http://cinemassacre.com/ James Twitter! https://twitter.com/cinemassacre Mike's Twitter! https://twitter.com/Mike_Matei Our Google+ https://plus.google.com/+JamesNintendoNerd Our Tumblr! http://cinemassacreproductions.tumblr.com Our Facebook Fanpage! https://www.facebook.com/Cinemassacre Our Instagram! http://instagram.com/cinemassacre Our Reddit! http://www.reddit.com/r/TheCinemassacre/ Our Flattr! https://flattr.com/profile/cinemassacre Check out these other classic AVGN episodes! AVGN: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjUz8IT0CYg AVGN: Top Gun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofM11nPzFo0 AVGN: Friday the 13th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1raUvGNbZFg AVGN: The Power Glove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYDuy7wM8Gk AVGN: Bible Games https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkNvQYiM6bw AVGN: Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1tU61Nyv1w AVGN Batman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFvtk5toGJg AVGN: Ghosts N' Goblins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94Y6y1MOoEo AVGN Tiger Electronic Games https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_u5dtBtG9yU #retro #retrogaming #nes #snes #jamesrolfe #mikematei #atari #playthrough #gameplay #gamereview
Views: 11368932 Cinemassacre
Enjoy the Games - NES Light Gun and Games (part 1/2) NES Zapper and Duck Hunt
Nam Reviews: - NES Zapper (how the light gun works) (0:54) - Duck Hunt (2:40)
Views: 13731 Nam Ngo
The Nintendo Machine Gun (Hyper Shot) - FamiCorner Ep 10 | Game Dave
A Machine Gun on a Nintendo Console?! In 1989 Bandai released the Hyper Shot Controller with Space Shadow, exclusively in Japan! ◘ WATCH MORE EPISODES ► https://goo.gl/95u2z3 ◘ SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW VIDEOS ► https://goo.gl/xQzAUh ◘ FACEBOOK ► https://goo.gl/DYyb6n ◘ TWITTER ► https://goo.gl/PLrCHm ◘ INSTAGRAM ► https://goo.gl/IlIqR7 ◘ PATREON ► https://goo.gl/97vMS7 GAME DAVE P.O. Box 1695 Dover, DE 19903 Retro, old school, import, and modern video games? I love them all and sharing my experiences with video games is what this channel is all about. Why get wrapped up in all the controversy and politics of the gaming industry when we can just hang out and enjoy the coolest/nerdiest hobby out there... gaming! Make sure you check back often for weekly reviews, retrospectives, gaming stories, and other weird stuff all about video games.
Views: 147403 Game Dave
How The NES Zapper Is Changed In English Countries
Download Nintendo Switch Amino ► http://aminoapps.com/c/nintendo-switch-1/join --------------------------------------------------- This video takes a look at why Nintendo's NES Zapper, as well as lots of other video game light guns, have had to be changed outside of Japan and in the US. Comments & Business Enquiries: dandan.censoredgaming (at) gmail .com --------------------------------------------------- Censored Gaming Links --------------------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/CensoredGaming_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CensoredGaming Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CensoredGaming Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CensoredGaming Censored Gaming Is Looking For Paid Writers & Video Editors: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFItIX8SIs4zqhJCHpbeV1A/community?lb=UgwjNKjQIvpfLo6J9uF4AaABCQ --------------------------------------------------- Credits Narrator, Writer & Researcher: Dan https://twitter.com/DanDaDan___ Video Editor: Brian Gaffney https://www.youtube.com/kritkats https://www.facebook.com/brian.gaffney.900
Views: 26898 Censored Gaming
Enjoy the Games - NES Light Gun and Games (part 2/2) Hogan's Alley and Wild Gunman
Nam Reviews: - Hogan's Alley (0:00) - Wild Gunman (3:45)
Views: 4904 Nam Ngo
Classic Game Room HD - NES ZAPPER review
ULTRA MASSIVE VIDEO GAME CONSOLE GUIDE VOLUME 1: https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Massive-Video-Console-Guide/dp/1521937176 How To Make A Video Game Review Show That Doesn't Suck! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1520951884 HEYZOOS #2!! https://www.amazon.com/Heyzoos-Coked-Up-Chicken-2-Special/dp/1521438714 Lord Karnage 1.5: https://www.amazon.com/Lord-Karnage-Special-Mark-Bussler/dp/152131750X Retromegatrex Volume 1: https://www.amazon.com/Retromegatrex-Lost-Mark-Bussler-1995-2017/dp/1521316368 Follow Mark on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/author/MarkBussler Back CGR on Patreon at http://www.Patreon.com/ClassicGameRoom CGR shirts, mugs & gear at http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Follow CGR at: http://www.twitter.com/ClassicGameRoom http://www.facebook.com/ClassicGameRoom http://www.instagram.com/ClassicGameRoom Classic Game Room HD reviews the Nintendo ZAPPER light gun for the NES video game system. The NES Zapper came with NES systems back in the day and has a copyright on the orange and NES colored unit of 1985. There were numerous NES games that used the light gun such as Operation Wolf, Duck Hunt and Freedom Force. Although light gun video games and shooting games for home consoles is nothing new or revolutionary, this NES Zapper always stands out in a crowd because of its bright colors and unique style. This Nintendo Zapper review featuring footage of the gun from all angles in high definition shows the build quality of this NES accessory and up close style essential to solidifying its lasting reputation as a video game duck slayer. If you like games with firearms (and the Uzi from the Operation Wolf stand up arcade machine) then this NES Zapper is a cool accessory to have in your arsenal of gaming controllers. Classic Game Room is the retro reviewer reviewing NES games, harware and accessories as well as new releases for the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360. CGR talks about how to modify a light gun with a car battery to have a modified NES Zapper laser cannon! You can even get a scope for this thing.
Views: 180051 Lord Karnage Radio Drama
CGRundertow SNES SUPER SCOPE for Super Nintendo Video Game Accessory Review
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game accessory review of the Super Scope for the SNES. This is a serious light gun of epic proportions! This two and a half foot long bazooka is compatible with only 11 games on the Super Nintendo, but it still works great for blowing stuff up. There are a few things to be aware of before you try and get one though, it does take 6 AA batteries, and will only work on older TVs (CRT monitors). This review showcases the features of the Super Scope with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin. Check out more reviews from Classic Game Room at http://www.YouTube.com/CGRundertow, http://www.YouTube.com/CGRoverboard and http://www.YouTube.com/ClassicGameRoom. For the latest trailers visit http://www.YouTube.com/CGRtrailers. Get more Classic Game Room on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ClassicGameRoom and at http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com.
Views: 38936 CGRundertow
Wild Gunman NES Gameplay With Ultimark Aimtrak Light Gun
In this video we will go over the history of wild gunman, play the NES game using ultimarc's aimtrak, on a modified version of the nestopia emulator, that has no crosshair, which makes gun games look more authentic and go over the different game modes. nestopia with no crosshair emulator link, thanks to Vird: http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php?topic=94136.0
Views: 616 Da P.A
Duck Hunt Comparison With Aimtrak Light Gun Gameplay - Arcade And NES Version
In this video we compare Vs. duck hunt arcade with the NES version. Go over what is different in each version and show off some duck hunt gameplay with the Ultimarc Aimtrak light gun.
Views: 2704 Da P.A
N64 vs Nintendo Zapper .50 Cal Desert Eagle
N64 vs Nintendo Zapper .50 Cal Desert Eagle Ditch the hipsterbucks and get your Black Rifle Coffee here: https://brcc.coffee/2rjdvS5 FULLMAG is finally on Facebook and Instagram!!! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FULLMAG.Official Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/FULLMAG.Official Thank you to the folks over at Freedom Munitions for letting me borrow their cool build!!! https://www.freedommunitions.com/ My personal pages are here: Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/RichardRyan Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/RichardRyan Click here for my Second channel Guns: http://goo.gl/khgkiF For viewers who want more than just a YouTube video: http://fullmag.com The Nintendo 64 (Japanese: ニンテンドウ64 Hepburn: Nintendō Rokujūyon?), stylized as NINTENDO64 and often referred to as N64, is Nintendo's third home video game console for the international market. Named for its 64-bit central processing unit, it was released in June 1996 in Japan, September 1996 in North America, March 1997 in Europe and Australia, September 1997 in France and December 1997 in Brazil. It is the industry's last major successive home console to use the cartridge as its primary storage format, as all succeeding home consoles up until the Nintendo Switch used an optical format. In addition, current handheld systems (such as the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS) also use cartridges. While the Nintendo 64 was succeeded by Nintendo's MiniDVD-based GameCube in September 2001, the consoles remained available until the system was retired in late 2003. Code-named Project Reality, the console's design was mostly finalized by mid-1995, though Nintendo 64's launch was delayed until 1996. As part of the fifth generation of gaming, the system competed primarily with the PlayStation and the Sega Saturn. The Nintendo 64 was launched with three games: Super Mario 64 and Pilotwings 64, released worldwide; and Saikyō Habu Shōgi, released only in Japan. The Nintendo 64's suggested retail price at its United States launch was US$199.99 and it was later marketed with the slogan "Get N, or get Out!". With 32.93 million units worldwide, the console was ultimately released in a range of different colors and designs, and an assortment of limited-edition controllers were sold or used as contest prizes during the system's lifespan. IGN named it the 9th greatest video game console of all time and in 1996, Time magazine named it Machine of the Year. As of 2016, the system remains a popular retro console in North America. The NES Zapper, also known as The Gun or Beam Gun in Japan,[1] is an electronic light gun accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and the Japanese Famicom. It was released in Japan for the Famicom on February 18, 1984 and alongside the launch of the NES in North America in October 1985. The Zapper allows players to aim at the television set display and "shoot" various objects that appear on the screen such as ducks, clay pigeons, targets, cowboys, criminals or other objectives. The Zapper is used on supported NES games, such as Duck Hunt and Wild Gunman. The Zapper could also be used on the title screens of games to move the cursor—done by pointing the device away from the screen and pulling the trigger—or starting the game (pointing at the screen and pulling the trigger) The IMI Desert Eagle is a semi-automatic handgun notable for chambering the largest centerfire cartridge of any magazine fed, self-loading pistol. It has a unique design with a triangular barrel and large muzzle. Magnum Research Inc. (MRI) designed and developed the Desert Eagle. The design was refined and the actual pistols were manufactured by Israel Military Industries until 1995, when MRI shifted the manufacturing contract to Saco Defense in Saco, Maine. In 1998, MRI moved manufacturing back to IMI, which later reorganized under the name Israel Weapon Industries. Since 2009, the Desert Eagle Pistol has been produced in the United States at MRI's Pillager, MN facility. Kahr Arms acquired Magnum Research in the middle of 2010
Views: 196065 FullMag
NES Zapper - Modded to Work with PC and Flat Screen TV
This is the second PC Zapper I made. I made this by synching a Wiimote to the PC via Bluetooth. The Wiimote is sitting at the base of the tv. It tracks two infrared LED lights that I built into the barrel of the zapper. The trigger buttons from a Wii Nunchuk are inside the Zapper, and are pressed by pulling the trigger. The Zapper is plugged into a wireless Nunchuk-to-USB adapter, so that the trigger acts as a mouse click. Holding the trigger down centers the mouse, which allows me to change position or angle during gameplay, without skewing the infrared tracking. This was cheap, fast, and pretty simple to make. It works great for NES games on emulators, and any point-and-click type flash or PC games. Assuming you have a Wiimote, all you would need to do this on your own is : - 2 Infrared LED's (Radio Shack) - $4.00 - 2 flexible mini book lights (dollar store) - $2.00 - 1 Mayflash Nunchuk to USB adapter (Amazon) - $15.00 - 1 Wii Nunchuk - (check Ebay) - $5.00 - 1 NES Zapper (again, Ebay) - $5.00 Most PC Light Guns go for $60 to $100 - This costs $31.00, works great, and has the look and feel of the NES Zapper! Some pictures: http://forums.emulator-zone.com/showthread.php?t=23026
Views: 70998 Patrick M
Hogan's Alley (NES) - Video Game Years 1985
A look at the shooting game Hogan's Alley, released on the NES in 1985. ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! http://amzn.to/2wPbBq4 ✅ Join Pat the NES Punk, James Rolfe, Pro Jared, and others as we talk about great games! ------------- Hogan's Alley is a 1984 video game by Nintendo. It was one of the first games to use a light gun as an input device. The game presents players with "cardboard cut-outs" of gangsters and innocent civilians.
Views: 9360 Pat the NES Punk
Tiger Claw Radio #226 - NES Light Gun Games and Top Maps
Support me on Patreon to keep this show alive! https://www.patreon.com/TigerClawRadio Check out the Podomatic page for mp3s and an RSS feed: http://www.tigerclawradio.podomatic.com/ Hundreds of hours of TCR available in the archive: https://archive.org/details/TigerClawRadio
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Game Fiction - Nintendo vs. Yakuza, NES Cell Phone, and Nintendo's Adult Arcade Game
Did Nintendo make a gaming cell phone in the early 2000's? Find out on this episode of Game Fiction! Addicted to great games? Try Humble Monthly and get great games for cheap every month. This isn't just a throwaway promo, we've actually used the service and genuinely love it! https://www.humblebundle.com/monthly?partner=gamefiction Watch Part 1 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F98txZCSZd4 🔔 Enjoy the video? Subscribe for more! https://bit.ly/SubGameFiction 💸 Support Game Fiction with a kind donation! https://streamlabs.com/gamefiction64 📣 Twitch, Discord, and Twitter https://twitch.tv/GameFiction64 https://discord.gg/X9eM5t2 https://twitter.com/GameFiction 📺 Series Playlists Game Fiction: https://bit.ly/GameFictionYT Cheat Code Retrospective: https://bit.ly/CheatCRYT DOS Diving: https://bit.ly/DOSDYT 🎮 Episode Synopsis (SPOILERS!) Game Fiction #13 - Things You Nintendon't Know (Part 2) Originally Released November 25, 2017 1. The Super Famicom had to be shipped at night to avoid Yakuza robberies. - FACT On Tuesday, November 20th, 1990, in the city of Kyoto, Japan, Operation Midnight Shipping commenced, a secret plan in which large trucks were quietly loaded with 300,000 Super Famicom systems in the middle of the night and then sent out for delivery, all before the sun came up. The secret strategy was implemented to head off thieves, as Nintendo had caught rumor that a Yakuza ring was planning to hijack several of their shipping trucks. Fortunately for Nintendo, the plan went off without a hitch. The day after the consoles were shipped there was pandemonium in the streets of Japan as consumers went crazy for the Super Famicom. In fact, consumers created such a social disturbance over the new release that the Japanese government asked console manufacturers across the country to only schedule future releases on weekends. Nintendo would honor this request for the most part, with the exception of the Gamecube, Gameboy Advance SP, and Switch which were all released on Fridays, the Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance which were released on Wednesdays, the DS Lite and New 2DS XL which were released on a Thursday, and the Game Boy Micro which was released on a Tuesday. 2. Nintendo had plans to produce their own mobile phone. - FACT In the early 2000s, cell phones were becoming more and more popular. Nintendo was among the companies who were interested in conquering this new mobile market, which makes sense considering their success with the Game Boy. Although a Nintendo phone never came to fruition, Nintendo did file a patent in the early 2000s for a device with gaming and telephone functions. Patent images show a mobile device with a full keypad, a d-pad, a start button, and A and B buttons. The images also show the ability to purchase games from an online marketplace, and it implies users would have access to popular NES and Game Boy titles like Super Mario and Metroid 2. The details also explain that the phone would utilize save states and auto-pausing features so that gamers could take a phone call or reply to a text message without interrupting their gaming session. Although Nintendo never produced a cell phone, the ability to purchase classic titles would be seen several years later in the Wii Virtual Console store. 3. Nintendo designed an erotic arcade game where the goal was to shoot clothing off attractive women. - FACT In the early 1970’s, Nintendo was just starting to make the switch from producing toys to producing video games. In 1973, their focus shifted entirely to improving their light gun technology for use in the quickly growing arcade industry. One year later, Nintendo would take its first big step into gaming when they secured the rights to distribute the Magnavox Odyssey in Japan. But they weren’t giving up on their arcade endeavors just yet. In fact, Nintendo released their own arcade game the same year called Wild Gunman, a wild west shootout game which used a 16mm film projector instead of a video screen to display its live action actors. Nintendo also designed a second version of the Wild Gunman game called Fascination, except this version replaced the outlaws with a dancing Swedish girl, and instead of a dangerous shootout, the player was tasked with shooting the woman’s clothing off until she was completely disrobed. Nintendo’s plans for the game are unknown, but ultimately the adult arcade cabinet was never released to the public. Gunpei Yokoi - known for designing the Game & Watch and Game Boy, as well as his work on some Nintendo’s most famous IPs, including Donkey Koney, Mario, and Metroid - explained that the company decided not to release the Fascination arcade game because its internal mechanisms were too complicated and fragile. Featuring music by And., BoxCat Games, and Roccow
Views: 4068 Game Fiction
Playing knockoff NES games with a light gun, it can only be... | Duck Season on Oculus Rift - Part 2
We crack on with Duck Season, discovering the joys of playing knock off NES games with a light gun. ----- 00:05 Skip intro 04:15 Level 4 11:48 Level 5 22:55 Level 6 ----- You can find the playlist for the Duck Season series here - https://mota.yt/MotADSPL If you think you might enjoy Duck Season you can find it here - https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1331308656942021/ or here - http://store.steampowered.com/app/503580/Duck_Season/ You can find out more about Duck Season here - http://stresslevelzero.com/ ----- Thank you for watching! If you enjoyed please join the colony to see more let's plays, VR, Oculus & Touch videos - https://mota.yt/MotASub ----- Man of the Antz social pages: Twitter - https://mota.yt/MotATwitter Instagram - https://mota.yt/MotAInstagram Facebook - https://mota.yt/MotAFacebook ----- Add me on Steam or Oculus Home, username 'Man of the Antz' ----- Intro & outro music by Man of the Antz & friends
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NES Game: Duck Hunt (1984 Nintendo)
A light gun shooting game hugely popular NES video game title. It was a launch title. In Duck Hunt, players had a special gun apparatus, the Nintendo Zapper Gun that they plugged into the NES console, and attempted to shoot down ducks or clay pigeons in mid-flight. Like many early video games, Duck Hunt is endless. The player is also accompanied by a nameless dog which laughs whenever a duck is missed. The dog has passed into video gaming folklore, alongside. Clay shooting comes first. The actual duck hunting gameplay starts at 29:54. Also included is the VS Duck Hunt arcade version(released in 1985) begins at 50:06. Although the graphics are exactly the same, this version is slightly different than the NES Version, it features more animation, different color palette, zero game mode, 1st stage is duck hunting and 2nd state is clay shooting then a bonus stage where you shoot the ducks including the dog. The stages are repeated again followed by an intermission called break time where the dog chases the ducks.
CGRundertow - NES ZAPPER: GRAY VS. ORANGE Video Game Accessory Review
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game accessory review of the NES Zapper (original Gray version vs. Orange re-release) for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Before stricter U.S. regulations on the designs of toy and replica guns were imposed in 1989, the Nintendo's original light gun peripheral, the Zapper, was released with a light and dark gray color scheme that better matched the original console's aesthetic. In this video Kevin compares the style against the bright orange remodel, but they both still look pretty unrealistic, especially when compared to the revolver style design of the Famicom version released in Japan. This review demonstrates the use and features of the NES Zapper with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin. Check out more reviews from Classic Game Room at http://www.youtube.com/CGRundertow and http://www.youtube.com/ClassicGameRoom. For the latest gaming news, visit http://www.youtube.com/CGRnews and find trailers at http://www.youtube.com/CGRtrailers. Get more Classic Game Room on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ClassicGameRoom and at http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com.
Views: 21664 CGRundertow
ASMR Whisper: NES Games Show & Tell
Join me for a relaxing, whispered show-and-tell with a few NES cartridges, including old favorites like Duck Hunt, Metroid, and Dragon Warrior! We also look at a light gun and flip through an instruction booklet. This video was requested by the lovely DonnaASMR (https://www.youtube.com/user/DonnaASMR), to whom you really ought to subscribe if you haven't already. Thanks for watching!
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Nintendo Nes Light Gun Clean and Fix
Just a Quick Video on a Few items I bought to fix, it ended up being quite a long video on what I found wrong with one of the items Enjoy , comment- subscribe
Views: 5235 Vintage Tech Repairs
Top Nintendo Wii Light Gun Games!! (On rail shooters)
A look at 7 superb light gun games for the Nintendo Wii. Did you know about these? I talk about 7 games that totally surprised me on the Wii. I didn't know they existed before I started collecting for the Wii. I was also surprised about some of the violent themes for a couple of them considering how much of a reputation the Wii has for being a family friendly console with motion controls etc :D I have used some original trailer footage for the zapper and the games and spliced them into the video. The Ghost Squad trailer is quite unique! If you liked the video please share or give it a like. If you want to see more please consider subscribing. Check out my facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/bytesizethoughts/ Chat to me on twitter here: https://twitter.com/size_byte
Views: 224 Byte Size Thoughts
How to make an NES Zapper Lamp!
Check it out as NES ADDICT makes a lamp out of a broken NES Zapper and an old NES Advantage joy stick to decorate his game room!
Views: 1241 NES ADDICT
Un cartucho un tanto raro de ver con 3 juegos de disparos para la pistola de la nes, además de incluir el primer juego de Mario Bros conversión del de arcade
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Classic Game Room - OPERATION WOLF review for NES
Operation Wolf review. Classic Game Room reviews OPERATION WOLF for Nintendo Entertainment System from 1989, based on the 1987 Taito arcade shooting game! Break out your NES Zapper and eliminate some bad guys, helicopters, nurses and pigs on the battlefield! Use an old school CRT television and your NES zapper to try and recreate the intense shooting gameplay from the stand up Taito arcade machine with the bad-ass Uzi! Remember the Operation Wolf machine? Yeah, it was awesome. CGR Operation Wolf video review has Operation Wolf Nintendo light gun zapper gameplay on the venerable NES.
Hogan's Alley (NES) Playthrough - NintendoComplete
A playthrough of Nintendo's 1985 light-gun shooter for the NES, Hogan's Alley. This playthrough shows all three game modes played in succession. Game B starts at 12:00, and Game C starts at 19:34. There is no ending, so I play until I get a game over in each mode. Hogan's Alley is a neat but extremely old-fashioned, arcade-style shooting gallery. It was released in the US at the 1985 launch of the NES, and was pretty novel at the time as one of the few light-gun games on the home market when it was released. In Game A, you get shown three cardboard cut-outs of people - the object is to hit the bad guys within the given-time limit. For any bad guys that you miss, or for any innocent people or police officers shot, you lose a life. Miss too many, and the game is over. Game B is similar, except that instead of playing against a flat blue wall, the game scrolls between different sections of "town" where targets will appear in randomized locations in windows and on the street. Game C changes things up a bit, and has you fire at cans that are being thrown across the screen. You have to shoot them to keep them aloft until they can land on one of the brick platforms. Any that fall off the bottom result in losing a life. It's all simple and straightforward, but it does it's job well. The NES saw far more advanced light-gun shooters later on its life (here's looking at you, Freedom Force), but Hogan's Alley rivals Duck Hunt for its easy-to-play, hard-to-put-down gameplay. On a cool side note, the game was named after the shooting range at Camp Perry, and the FBI created a shooting range named Hogan's Alley at Quantico a couple years after this game's release. ________________ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (http://www.nintendocomplete.com/) punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games! Visit for the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/pages/NintendoComplete/540091756006560 https://twitter.com/nes_complete
Views: 2125 NintendoComplete
CGR Undertow - NINTENDO ZAPPER Light Gun for NES Video Game Accessory Review
Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow video game accessory review of the Nintendo Zapper light gun for the NES. Released in the mid 1980's, Nintendo's first light gun peripheral for use on home consoles would go on to become an iconic part of gaming history, mostly thanks to its sturdy, stylish, and efficient design. While it doesn't work on newer plasma or LCD televisions, this is still an essential accessory for any retro gaming enthusiast. This review demonstrates the use of the Nintendo Zapper with commentary from CGR Undertow reviewer Kevin.
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Classic Game Room - TO THE EARTH review for NES
To The Earth review! Buy "The Best of CGR" on Blu Ray and DVD! http://www.amazon.com/Best-Classic-Game-Room-Anniversary/dp/B00VVWJ7L4 Subscribe to http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Follow http://www.instagram.com/ClassicGameRoom http://www.twitter.com/ClassicGameRoom http://www.facebook.com/ClassicGameRoom Ethel Cyborg Ninja accounts! http://www.twitter.com/EthelCyborg http://www.instagram/EthelCyborgNinja Classic Game Room reviews TO THE EARTH for Nintendo Entertainment System from 1989, a punishing light gun shooting game where you fight for the future by shooting space ships with your plastic NES Zapper!!
How to convert the NES Zapper to a Playchoice 10 light gun
How to convert a NES zapper to a Playchoice 10 light gun. If you have any questions just ask...
Views: 25564 Arcade Greg
Retron System Unboxing + Review (Plays your NES games!)
The Retron console, made by Hyperkin, plays your original NES games and retails for under $25. The system comes with 2 controllers but also is compatible with the original NES controllers and the Zapper light gun. Special thanks goes to KW Vintage Games who donated this for the Nintendo Christmas giveaway. KW Vintage Games: https://www.facebook.com/kwvintagegames ******************************************* Nintendo Collecting on Social Media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NintendoCollecting101 Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+NintendoCollecting/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/nintendocollecting Tumblr: http://nintendocollecting.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/collectnintendo Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/nintendocollecting
Views: 27693 Nintendo Collecting
Duck Hunt NES
Come check out my stream at http://www.twitch.tv/toad22484 This is also a request from a fellow youtuber. I just do the first 5 stages, as it doesn't change throughout the rest of the game. A fun game, gotta love the NES zapper.
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AVGN: NES Zapper Gun
What Is Going On Here?
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NES Light Gun Review(Zapper)
NES Light Gun Review(Zapper)
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Gumshoe (NES) - Video Game Years 1986
A look at Gumshoe, the light gun game released on the NES in 1986. ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! http://amzn.to/2wPbBq4 ✅ Join Pat the NES Punk, James Rolfe, Pro Jared, and others as we talk about great games! ---------------------- Gumshoe is a video game developed and published by Nintendo for the NES and released in 1986 in North America and on June 15, 1988, in Europe. Gumshoe is played using the NES Zapper. The game was designed by Yoshio Sakamoto.
Views: 11342 Pat the NES Punk
Lucas Jagger Jogando Duck Hunt Nintendo 1985 - Zapper Light Gun
Clássico da Nintendo nos Anos 80, o jogo DUCK HUNT se jogava com uma pistola "Zapper Light Gun" model NES-005
Views: 3666 Lucas Jagger
NES games I bought for cheap RARE!!!
I bought all 42 of these games plus a nes console and 2 controllers and light gun for 50$ Music is just a song from youtube.
Views: 1035 KingVision18
Lamp Zapper Guide - Control a lamp using an NES Zapper gun!
Follow what I’m up to between videos on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/sudomod_wermy/ Want to help support future projects? Buy me a coffee! https://buymeacoff.ee/NcFE38xiO See what other sudomodders are up to in the forums! https://sudomod.com/forum/ Here it is! From start to finish, how to make your own Lamp Zapper. Be sure to check out the written guide at http://sudomod.com/lamp-zapper-guide/ ! 3D-Printed Arduino mounting board: http://market.sudomod.com/3d-printed-lamp-zapper-arduino-mount Awesome video about the NES Zapper gun and how it worked: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3tBk-LYyzo
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Baby Boomer - Pat the NES Punk (Nintendo review)
Pat reviews Baby Boomer by Color Dreams: one of the only unlicensed NES light gun games. ●Watch more of my vids: http://bit.ly/1GgVger ●Click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/1wRxyQg ●Become my Patron: http://www.patreon.com/patcontri ●Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/patthenespunk ●My website: http://thepunkeffect.com
Views: 93929 Pat the NES Punk
Light guns and motion controllers part 1 - NES Zapper/Polystation Gun/Virtua Cop Gun for Sega Saturn
A little demonstration of light guns in FPS mode like the NES Zapper and others, the case of the Zapper is remarkable, after almost 30 years, is still working good. I don't have the Super Scope for the SNES and i want it to get one for years but the prices are high and very scarce, the games even worst. There was plenty of light guns for the PS1 and Sega Saturn, one of those is the The Stunner o the Virtua Cop Gun which also i have it for the PS1 and is identical, works just like the Zapper, but a little more precise. In the sixth generation consoles like the PS2, the use and popularity of light guns decrease, there was few shooter on rails games. In the case of Wii, many action games were base on shooters on rails, and the Wii remote was the perfect controller for gun accessories like the Wii Zapper. Music: Ian Fisher - Incinerate Them / Akoviani - Just You *Songs under Creative Commons licenses.
Views: 1283 Paco GameBrickzz

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