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Last updated : FEB.27.2006

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30 JANUARY 2006 - 23:55 CET
Yet another game rarity mentioned, Rodland. The page also includes and old review from the "Nintendo Magazine System", hopefully they don't mind :-)

The next game on the rarity list will probably be Cheetahmen II.

27 JANUARY 2006 - 17:50 CET
Not that interesting an update, I know, but more game lists are available. They can be viewed here.

Later tonight I'll add NES WORLD's own WIP (Work In Progress) project, a NES game archive. Not a whole lot has happened to the list the last year, but it deserves to be online none the less. Once it has been added, it can be found in the "Games" section, under "NES Game Index", you've been warned :-)

25 JANUARY 2006 - 23:35 CET
Game lists are back online, well actually they were never gone, but the link was lost in action. They can be viewed here, including V3 of Stan's Game list.

25 JANUARY 2006 - 17:55 CET
Yet another update of the new section, Game Rarities. This time it's the ShareData version of Chiller which has been exposed. Good luck hunting one of these down :-)

Click here to check it out.

24 JANUARY 2006 - 20:35 CET
Two updates in one day, oh wow. So here we have a small page about the semi-unreleased game from Sachen called Huge Insect. This page shoots of yet another section of the site, called Game Rarities.

Click here to check it out.

24 JANUARY 2006 - 16:40 CET
Welcome to the first update of 2006, a year where I'll try to give a little more time to NES WORLD. The first update here is kinda small though, as it's just a small piece of information about a new product actually. While Messiah had a bit of a flop with the expensive Generation NEX console, Blaze brings us a low budget console called RetroCon. The RetroCon doesn't offer anything besides a NES game player, no fancy wireless controllers or anything like that, but what can you expect for a little under US$15? :-)

The console is the smallest I've ever seen and comes in colors, black, blue or teal. The package includes the main unit, 2 controllers, AV cable and AC adapter. I've seen it being sold by Success Company, here.