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It's Day Four day four of our [[Info:Week of Game Teardowns|week of game console teardowns]]. Things were starting to get serious, so we had to bust out the big guns. We ~~stole~~ borrowed a hot tub time machine, went directly to 1983, and acquired a Japanese national treasure: the Famicom! [ … ] We partnered with Wired for this teardown to bring you a glimpse of one of the most popular game consoles ever. [link|http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/09/nintendo-famicom-teardown/|Check out their story]! [ … ] For those of you born in this century, the Famicom -- short for Family Computer -- is the name of the Nintendo Entertainment System ([link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Entertainment_System|NES]) in Japan. Join us as we delve into the system that revolutionized the gaming world as we know it.
It's Day Four day four of our [[Info:Week of Game Teardowns|week of game console teardowns]]. Things were starting to get serious, so we had to bust out the big guns. We ~~stole~~ borrowed a hot tub time machine, went directly to 1983, and acquired a Japanese national treasure: the Famicom! [ … ] We partnered with Wired for this teardown to bring you a glimpse of one of the most popular game consoles ever. [link|http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/09/nintendo-famicom-teardown/|Check out their story]! [ … ] For those of you born in this century, the Famicom -- short for Family Computer -- is the name of the Nintendo Entertainment System ([link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Entertainment_System|NES]) in Japan. Join us as we delve into the system that revolutionized the gaming world as we know it.