749 NES games in 15 min.

A video montage of 749 NES games in 13 minutes and 45 seconds

The Nintendo Entertainment System celebrated its 25th anniversary this week and NESGuide.com celebrated it with a video montage of 749 NES games in 13 minutes and 45 seconds. How many do you recognize?

Before you jump down NESGuide's throat about "You forgot ___," here's the footnote on what was excluded from the video:

You can check out the YouTube page for a full list of games -- but be honest with us here. How many games did you recognize off the top of your head?

Source:NESGuide.com via GoNintendo

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