What is famicom?

Some articles on famicom:

Twin Famicom
... The Twin Famicom (ツインファミコン tsuinn fuamikonn?) was produced by Sharp Corporation in 1986, and was only released in Japan ... Nintendo product, and is basically the Family Computer (Famicom) and the Family Computer Disk System (FDS) which have been combined into a single piece of hardware ...
List Of Super Famicom Games (I–R)
... This is a list of video games released for the Super Famicom in Japan (1442 on SFC, plus 231 on Satellaview) ... For a list by Genre classification, please see List of Super Famicom and Super Nintendo games by genre ...
Crisis Force
... As Konami's final shooting game for the Famicom, the game was developed to push the hardware's specifications to its limits and utilized Konami's custom VRC4 chip (previously used for the ... However because of the game's late release during the Famicom's lifespan, a year after the launch of its successor the Super Famicom, Crisis Force did not achieve the popularity that ...
Micro Genius - Games
... versions of Micro Genius are compatible with Famicom cartridges but require a 72-pin to 60-pin adapter to play NES games, although certain models were produced in both 60-pin Famicom and 72-pin ... Thunder Warrior, was produced in both Famicom and NES format, but pirated copies of Japanese games remained more popular in the countries where the console was ...
Metal Slader Glory - Director's Cut
... of the game was released for the Super Famicom that was titled Metal Slader Glory Director's Cut, which was released via the Nintendo Power downloadable service ... This game was also the final official Super Famicom release by Nintendo ... After that, the Super Famicom was retired as a viable gaming platform ...