the NES dominated all and many great games were created like:
- Super Mario Bros. 1
- Super Mario Bros. 3
- Mega Man 2
- Mega Man 3
- Castlevania 1-3
- Final Fantasy I - III
- Zelda I + II
At one time, nintendo had to take all NES back because of problems with overheating!
Everyone had an NES in the 80s.
The most popular problem was that the cartridges got dusty and you had to BLOW inside the NES and cartridge to make it work again.
Renke:"Dude, let me blow into the cartridge, I want to play World Cup Soccer!""
TI-99/4 and TI-99/4A
Somehow, people only tend to think of video games when refering to 8-bit things, which it completely innacurate. Many computer systems, as well as video games, were concidered "8-bit."
8-bit processors were eventually replaced by more powerful and faster 16-bit CPU's such as IBM's 8080 line and Motorola's 68000.
Game systems: Atari 2600 and 5200, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Nintendo's Gameboy, Sega Genesis, Colecovision, etc.
-The original Nintendo Entertainment System.
-Dude 8 bit Nintendo is the way to go.
* 8-bit, a historical computer architecture;
o 8-bit game consoles, see History of video game consoles (third generation).
* Octet (computing), a corresponding unit of information, colloquially referred as a byte.
* 8-bit color.
* 8-bit sound;
o 8-bit (music), a style that imitate 8-bit sound.
o 8-Bit, a song by Deadmau5 from his album Get Scraped.
o 8-bit, a group of comedic rappers that use the 8-bit style.
* 8-bit clean, a term in digital communication;
o 8bit, one of MIME encodings – see MIME#Content-Transfer-Encoding;
o 8BITMIME, an option of ESTMP protocol.