Happy E3! Take a break from salivating over the future of videogames with this ode to gaming’s past, featuring all 700+ NES games on one astronomical chart. They may not have been able to render space marines in 1080p browns and grays, but they were able to make a mush of pixels that vaguely resembled a plumber and somehow build a game around that. And really, which is the more impressive achievement?
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Happy E3! Take a break from salivating over the future of videogames with this ode to gaming’s past, featuring all 700+ NES games on one astronomical chart. They may not have been able to render space marines in 1080p browns and grays, but they were able to make a mush of pixels that vaguely resembled a plumber and somehow build a game around that. And really, which is the more impressive achievement?

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    Pop Chart Lab poster featuring all 700+ NES games on one astronomical chart.
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