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Transfered and uploaded from my own VHS tape I recorded back in 1988. This is mostly focused on the big Christmas hype for Super Mario Bros 2 and the Legend of Zelda 2 and how scarce these two games are due to the “chip shortage” (sound familiar?) of the time. .
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1980s: Mario is Violent
2020s: Call of Duty, Far Cry, Battlefield, etc.
Woww crazy how these generation kids are our parents and complain about us playing for hours 💀💀💀
The Kid with glasses giving some shit to the reporter lol
"all of this makes me wonder, is nintendo creating artificial scarcity?"
some things never change
This video makes me want to give my Super Mario 2 and Zelda 2 games a big hug…awesome memories!
oh, i remember the good 'ol house party video game days. My fondest memories are the n64 ones, of course.
Honestly I thought the graphics looked bad and outdated back in 1988 too. I went to the arcades a lot in the late 80s and they look very poor compare to what I saw in the arcades. I still had a fun time playing NES games back then, but the graphics were not as mindblowing as the arcade games back then. They were like years ahead of NES in terms of graphics!
I used to work at an electronics recycling plant & I saw plenty of perfectly working Nintendo consoles all the way up to the Wii U.
They took out the part where Stossel interviews Mario about the realism of video games and Mario smacks him across the face.
so arcades were the 80s equivalent of PC master race
7:30 does somebody know who she is today ?
0:52 it's Mario Himself!
“When 2020 continues”
But it ended!
Does Nintendo support still work with customers while playing video games? That'd be pretty awesome actually and being a self diagnosed professional at video games they should hire ya boi
Now to a much more serious report LOL some family guy shit
Wow… before video games were even considered their own industry.
“Are they holding back supplies to increase mystique?” Every Amiibo collector knows this pain.
Ahhh… when America was white.
Fun puff piece
America was so much better back in the 1980’s.
whre can i get nintendocomputer video games?
6:12 should have kept them sealed!
2:16 Man, back then they had to explain how a fucking video game works, but not like a specific video game, just the concept of a video gamr.
The mom's reaction is really telling to the difference between the two generations, specifically the language and general steadiness
Holy shit there were guys whose jobs were to tell people how to get through the game while playing video games :O
Duck Hunt is still one of the greatest games ever
Lol that guy who came all the way from India for Super Mario Bros. 2 😮💨
It's always interesting to hear about the impact an influential system had on the American industry. Pretty much the first system to establish that games were more than just a passing fad.
That chip shortage Stossel briefly brought up wasn't a hoax. Nintendo had plans to release Zelda 2 in the summer of 1988. Nintendo Power had even reviewed the game in March to raise awareness. While intentionally shorting stock to increase demand is something Nintendo would do (and has done recently with the NES mini and several Amiibos), the chip shortage was genuine. When both Super Mario Bros. 2 & Zelda 2 finally released it was only in very limited quantities.
I have to wonder what the more serious report was.
Kids and adults. imagine these kids seeing ps4 and switch
The heck with the video game….I want the lady at 1:20
For someone in the 1980s, this man's perception of videogames is great. Absolute chad.
"Now to a much more serious report" what a B
mom was right… video games do make you brain dead
“all with good graphics”
"And now on to a much more serious report, Breath of the Wild 2 rumoured delayed for the next 34 years."
Any people who were kids in the 80s who are fully grown adults still okay on their NES?
Grown ups don't do this. These kids are now grown up probably in their 40s and are probably still gamers.
Ah Dragon Quest still no where near as popular as Mario in the West. Hopefully that can change.
The game Ironsword was released in December of 1989 according to the web. Is this news report really from 1988?
That news reporter seems like a cool dude, got a Nintendo and even he stays up til midnight playing it haha.
Wendy looks like your typical Midwestern mom from the 80's
I wonder what was the more serious report at the end of this uploaded video.
Boy that Fila jacket I see you
How are they complaining about violence in mario and duck hunt when chiller came to the arcade 2 years earlier and Custer's revenge came 4 or 5 years earlier.