Nintendo NES Console NES
|Loose Price||Complete Price||New Price||Graded Price||Box Only Price||Manual Only Price|
|$38.00 +$0.06||$107.63 -$0.24||$477.41 +$47.16||N/A $0.00||$27.42 $0.00||$7.45 $0.00|
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|2021-09-12||Brand New Virtual Boy Nintendo Game Console System||$999.99||Report|
|2021-09-10||Vintage Naki Eliminator Nes Game/ Console Cleaner - New In Box Excellent Conditn||$16.99||Report|
|2021-07-18||NINTENDO CONSOLE - NES-001 CIB W/ GAME NEW 72PIN TESTED SEE NOTES AM (ECP009592)||$249.99||Report|
|2020-12-06||Analogue Nt mini Noir V2 FPGA NES Console - New In Box - Sealed||$625.00||Report|
|2020-11-28||Analogue Nt mini Noir V2 FPGA NES Console - New In Box - Sealed||$695.00||Report|
|2019-12-04||NEW! NINTENDO Entertainment System NES CONTROL DECK Console NES-001 SEALED RARE||$545.99||Report|
|2016-08-10||Nintendo Entertainment System Challenge Set NES Complete NIB MINT||$499.99|
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Nintendo NES Console (NES) Details
|Release Date:||October 18, 1985|
|ESRB Rating:||Not Applicable|
|Player Count:||2 player|
|Notes:||11 motherboard PAL/NTSC versions exist with this model. NES-CPU-01(first gen) | NES-CPU-07&08(great versions for modding) | NES-CPU-11(last gen). Chip Info +5V Regulator: AN7805 U1: RAM: SRAM 16Kb: 2K x 8-bit LH5216AD-10L, MN4216-20, CXK5816SPS-15L U2: 74LS373 U3: 74LS139 U4: RAM: SRAM 16Kb: 2K x 8-bit LH5216AD-10L, MN4216-20, CXK5816SPS-15L U5: PPU: RP2C02 U6: CPU: RP2A03 U7, U8: 74368 74HC368N or PC74HC368P U9: 74HCU04 U10: CIC: 3193A|
|Variants:||action set / sports set / challenge set / deluxe set / test market /|
|Description:||For its complete North American release, the Nintendo Entertainment System was progressively released over the ensuing years in several different bundles, beginning with the Deluxe Set, the Basic Set, the Action Set and the Power Set. -The Deluxe Set, retailing at US$179.99 (equivalent to $462 in 2019), included R.O.B., a light gun called the NES Zapper, two controllers, and two Game Paks: Gyromite, and Duck Hunt. -The Basic Set, first released in 1987, retailed at US$89.99 with no game, and US$99.99 bundled with the Super Mario Bros. cartridge. -The Action Set, retailing in November 1988 for US$149.99, came with the Control Deck, two game controllers, an NES Zapper, and a dual Game Pak containing both Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt. -In 1989, the Power Set included the console, two game controllers, an NES Zapper, a Power Pad, and a triple Game Pak containing Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt, and World Class Track Meet. -In 1990, a Sports Set bundle was released, including the console, an NES Satellite infrared wireless multitap adapter, four game controllers, and a dual Game Pak containing Super Spike V'Ball and Nintendo World Cup. Two more bundle packages were later released using the original model NES console. -The Challenge Set of 1992 included the console, two controllers, and a Super Mario Bros. 3 Game Pak for a retail price of US$89.99. The Basic Set was repackaged for a retail US$89.99. It included only the console and two controllers, and no longer was bundled with a cartridge. Instead, it contained a book called the Official Nintendo Player's Guide, which contained detailed information for every NES game made up to that point. Finally, the console was redesigned for the Australian, North American and Japanese markets. As part of the final Nintendo-released bundle package, the product included the New-Style NES, or NES-101, and one redesigned "dogbone" game controller. In Australia, this version of the system was also available with a cartridge compiling Super Mario Bros, Tetris and Nintendo World Cup. Released in October 1993 in North America and 1994 in Australia, this final bundle retailed for US$49.99 and A $69.99 (A$79.99 with the pack-in game) respectively and remained in production until the discontinuation of the NES in 1995.|
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