Royal Ranger is aiming for the
record; this site documents the progress on what will be
the web's longest NES Flash movie. One man's quest to
become a screenwriter has to start somewhere.
Flying Omelette's Kitchen
The classic NES site that has surpassed millions of
other sites in quantity and quality. This site, believe it
or not, was the first NES site I found and explored. A
must see for any NES site surfers.
Mighty Mo's got
everything an NES site needs, and then some - complete
ton of animated GIFs. Okay, so it could do without some of
that stuff - but the material is worth a look.
tagging along in every page, NES? is one of the more
enjoyable NES sites that won't bore you or keep you in one
place for too long. It's like the MTV of NES sites, except
What once was
dead is creeping back into the NES scene, one staggered update at a time. Be thankful, enjoy it while it lasts.
NES Chedda is not something you should take for granted!
is so effectively intertwined with its
community it's crazy. Open for anyone to write a review,
this is the place you should go before ever
purchasing an NES game.
The forum all NES
fans hang around and talk about, well, the NES. A lot of
NES site webmasters hang around here too (including
myself), and it's the greatest way to contact your
Don't skip this one. I admit this award-winning NES
Fountain may look like another NES site, but Ruudos has
what's easily one of the best sites on this list. He's got
exclusive interviews, European content, and more (be sure
to check out his angry letters!).
trouble with the NES community, NES land's clean slate
looks much better than it did before. If you're willing to
give the webmaster a second chance, by all means, visit.
Hey, it's good enough for me to host. That should be more
than motivation for you to go. ;)
now remains on the web for all to explore. This site was
my inspiration to start my own site, and practically
everything you see now was all inspired
by NES Player. I've submitted Flash movies, donations, and
even the logo of the site to thank Mike. It's the least I
could do. Thanks, Mike.
If emo had it's
own NES Site, this would be it. Andrew is just one messed
up guy in general, and his site is no exception. His
unique writing style keeps readers drawn in and
comfortable, he talks to you on a much different level
than other NES sites, and it's that style of writing that
makes this site a classic. That and its ton of
Ladies, feeling alone in the NES Community? Meet Turtle,
the only one (I think) running a tremendously helpful and
easy-to-read NES site. She's got tips on how to clean your
cartridges, game manuals, galleries and lots more. A good
site for people who enjoy some creative writing in their
NES site surfing.
It's quite possibly the most underrated NES site out
there; NES Zone
has a lot of fresh ideas that get lots of hard work put
into them, yet very little recognition. strx10 has done a
great job, and deserves to have your attention.
It's a rare find, to see an NES site with a great
layout that keeps the NES feel (no offense, other sites),
and this one does just that. With music, articles, and
more than enough original content to be called a classic,
this site's got just what it takes to stay on top.
Official NES Site
Possibly the most basic NES web page, and yet it comes up first in the
search engines. Nintendo's official NES site is very
informative, but uh.... not something you can stay at for more
than five minutes without being bored.
- NES World Wide
The big staff at
NWW updates so frequently, it's hard to skip a beat. This
site and my own exchange tons of ideas, some only they can
pull off, and some only I can pull off. I'd like to say
they do everything I can't, but then again, they seem to
be able to do everything I can. A great site all around.
Seanbaby is known for his profanity drenched
witty writing style, and for him to have his own NES page
is the greatest concept ever. Just don't expect any
It's like all the great NES
sites mixed into one. Smackdown GT is the most
down-to-earth NES site, giving viewers and readers the
opportunity to settle down and dive into the side sections
with ease. A great site for beginner NES site
Super Mario Bros., the classic game that a lot of
people can relate to as the one that started it all,
deserves a high quality SMB fan site, and that's just what
you haven't been here, you don't deserve to be an NES fan.
Tsr's NES archive is just one of those sites that
everyone's heard of.
has been around for quite a while, with its GameSpy
hosting this site's easily one of the old unique and classic