10 Weirdest NES Games
The original NES was a miraculous piece of hardware— for many gamers, it became the portal to the first virtual adventures they’d ever have. They jumped with Mario, plumbed the depths with Samus, and found the treasure with Link. But not every NES adventure was as straightforward as these, oh no. Maybe the developers wanted to break the mold, or maybe they were just plain crazy, but there were a few beautiful weirdo games who slipped into the NES catalogue, managing to simultaneously delight and confuse gamers. Here are a few of such oddball pieces of NES history.