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An NES

The Nintendo Entertainment System is the single number one greatest idea that anyone has ever had since Mario took his hand out of that toaster! It was the first device ever designed to be used to play shames. It was made by the staff of Nintendo, led by the two greatest shame makers of all time: Mr. Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto. It was made about ten minutes after Nintendo was founded.

Not Even Doom Music, a smash hit game for the NES.

The Nintendo Entertainment System was originally sold to be a building block for small children. However, Nintendo realized shame companies don't make building blocks, and they turned it into a shameing system. Then, they realized shames hadn't been invented yet, because it was 1999999 BC. Even though the Atari 1300 was out for millions of years, it was only really meant as a building block (just like how the NES was supposed to be). They "invented" them, and it was the most successful thing that had ever happened.

The inner workings of an NES.

The Nintendo Entertainment System is most well known for its ability to play shames. That is what made people like it. However, this was the only thing it could do (though some still used it as a building block), so they made the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and also made a crappy knockoff called the Super Famicom. The Nintendo Entertainment System's success also caused several other people to make shaming systems, most notably NintenD'oh.

Famicom

The Famicom (or what know it alls' call it, The Family Computer) was a "knockoff" made by Nintendo which really isn't a knockoff. It was made by Shigeru Miyamoto because he was a greedy drunkard who also wanted to trick the Japanese. It is literally virtually the same except for the fact that it is only proprietary for Japanese TVs to make lotsa money.

What a knockoff NES (Famicom) looks like..

The inner workings of an NES.

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