The Legend of Zelda

Zelda Title Screen

Released for the NES in 1986 by Nintendo

Zelda gameplay video

Nintendo NES The Legend of Zelda
Nintendo NES The Legend of Zelda

The legend of Zelda is indeed one of the best Nintendo NES Games. The length of the Legend of Zelda and the quality of the gameplay is what make this game stand the test of time. There’s rupies to collect and items to buy to help you on your quest.

You need to rescue Princess Zelda who has been captured by the Evil Ganon. There are 8 levels to explore and many items to find. Each level has it’s own special item in it for you to collect. Not every level is open and some levels require certain items in order to enter the level.

One of the best things about the Legend of Zelda was after you beat the game you got to start a second quest. The gameplay was more difficult on the second quest and items and levels where moved around. This game the Legend of Zelda a lot of replay value.

Zelda Title Screen
Zelda Title Screen
Zelda Level 1 Item
Zelda Level 1 Item
Zelda Level 1 Map
Zelda Level 1 Map
Zelda Level 1 Bow
Zelda Level 1 Bow
Zelda Level 1 Triforce
Zelda Level 1 Triforce
Zelda Menu Screen
Zelda Menu Screen

Castlevania 3 Dracula’s Curse

Castlevania 3 Title Screen

Castlevania 3 released for the NES in 1990 by Konami . If you enjoyed the first Castlevania for the NES then you will love this installment!

Dracula’s curse plays more like the original Castlevania than Castlevania 2 did. A nice new feature is the ability to get an extra playable character. During your quest you will be presented with the oppurtunity to allow others to join you. You are allowed one extra character at a time. Switching characters is a nice feature and it adds new interest and spin on the gameplay.

This game is a lot more difficult than it’s predecessors.

Castlevania 3 Title Screen
Castlevania 3 Title Screen
Castlevania 3 Opening
Castlevania 3 Opening

Castlevania 3 Intro
Castlevania 3 Intro
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Castlevania 3 Gameplay
Castlevania 3 Gameplay