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The '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Entertainment_System Nintendo Entertainment System]''' (NES) is an 8-bit, third-generation console released on July 15, 1983 in Japan, where it was known as the '''Family Computer''' or '''Famicom''', and on October 18, 1985, it released in the US. It retailed for {{Inflation|USD|179.99|1985}}. It had a Ricoh 2A03 CPU at 1.79 MHz with 2KB of RAM.
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The '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Entertainment_System Nintendo Entertainment System]''' (NES) is an 8-bit, third-generation console released on July 15, 1983 in Japan, where it was known as the '''Family Computer''' or '''Famicom''', and on October 18, 1985, it released in the US. It retailed for $179 ($419 in 2019 money). It had a Ricoh 2A03 CPU at 1.79 MHz with 2KB of RAM.
  
 
The earliest games released on the Famicom suffered from significant hardware constraints due to the way the Famicom was designed: limited memory addressing (which meant games had a low maximum ROM size), how the graphics are loaded onscreen, just the native sound processing is available, no saving... To solve this problem, Nintendo came up with two solutions:
 
The earliest games released on the Famicom suffered from significant hardware constraints due to the way the Famicom was designed: limited memory addressing (which meant games had a low maximum ROM size), how the graphics are loaded onscreen, just the native sound processing is available, no saving... To solve this problem, Nintendo came up with two solutions:

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