The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is a 8-bit console by Nintendo, released in 1983 in Japan and 1985 in the US. The system was succeeded by the Super NES.

NES sales figuresEdit

Nearly 30 million consoles were sold in the U.S. by December 1991.[1]

By the end of 2004, Nintendo had sold 61.91 million console units worldwide,[2] including 19.32 million in Japan, 34 million in North America, and 8.56 million in other regions.[3]

Sales historyEdit

Main article: Third generation of video games

NES Classic EditionEdit

NES Classic Edition, known as the Famicom Mini in Japan, is a video game console that emulates the NES. It released in 2016. It was succeeded by the Super NES Classic Edition in 2017.


Its sales figures are as follows:

NES Classic gamesEdit

NES Classic Edition comes built-in with the following 30 games:[9]

Famicom Mini gamesEdit

Famicom Mini (for Japan) comes built-in with the following 30 games:[10]


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