NES Classic loaded with classic manga games raises hopes for other special editions

Japanese gamers and manga aficionados and every combination thereof will get a treat this summer with the release of this NES Classic Edition loaded with games from the pages of Weekly Jump. The manga

The Famicom claw game: yet another reason to go to Japan

Need yet another reason to go to Akihabara? Check out the Famicom claw machine. For a mere ¥100 (about $1.10) you can take your chance and try and win a cartridge. Of course, you could probably pick

Photo report: CrunchGear digs up Akihabara's top 10 expensive classic games

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/games_akihabara-620x467.png" /> Nearly two years have passed since <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/2008/07/05/current-top-10-of-akiha

The NES Famicom business-card holder

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/banpresto_nes_1.jpg">You want this business-card holder, don't you? It's a hell of a lot better than that boring Kenneth Cole case you pi

Familator lets you play Famicom games on your DS Lite

If the Game Boy Advance slot on your DS Lite isn’t getting much use, this adapter might be just the thing to bring it out of its funk. It’s called the CYBER Familator Lite and it allows yo

Original Sony/Nintendo Super Famicom Found

Any gamer who is a big enough dork to comb over Wikipedia for some video game history should know that the original Sony Playstation isn’t exactly the gray, overheating 32-bit console we all lov

Guitar Shaped Like Old School Famicom

Can someone give this guy a hand for craftsmanship? Not only did a Japanese guy take the time to recreate a Nintendo Famicom (aka NES) out of wood, but he turned it into a guitar, complete with a game