Gaming Anniversaries August 6- Metroid

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Released August 6, 1986- Metroid Metroid first hit the Japanese market on this day in 1986. For the Famicom Disk System!

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Gaming Anniversaries April 6- Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

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Released April 6, 1990- Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos slashed into the Japanese market on this day in 1990. For the Nintendo Famicom!

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Gaming Anniversaries April 5- Aerobiz

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Released April 5, 1992- Aerobiz Aerobiz flew into the Japanese market on this day in 1992. For the Super Famicom!

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Gaming Anniversaries April 4- Formation Z

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Released April 4, 1985- Formation Z Formation Z launched into the Japanese market on this day in 1985. For the Nintendo Famicom!

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The WII Shop Channel is now Effectively Dead

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Nintendo removes the ability to buy new games Just as Nintendo stated last year, players still holding onto the Nintendo Wii for their gaming entertainment can no longer add funds to purchase new games on the Wii Shop Channel.

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Gaming Anniversaries March 26- Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode

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Released March 26, 1988-Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode snuck into the Japanese market on this day in 1988. For the Nintendo Famicom!

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Gaming Anniversaries March 24-Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden – Totsugeki-hen

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Released March 24, 1995- Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden – Totsugeki-hen Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden – Totsugeki-hen or just Super Gokuden for short, was released on this day in the Japanese market. For the Super Famicom!

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Gaming Anniversaries March 23- Kirby’s Adventure

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Released March 23, 1993- Kirby’s Adventure Kirby’s Adventure blew into the Japanese market on this day in 1993. For the Nintendo Famicom!

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Gaming Anniversaries February 18- Bucky O’Hare

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Released February 18, 1993- Bucky O’Hare Bucky O’Hare blasted into the North American market on this day in 1993. For the NES!

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