My Top 7 Favorite Nintendo Games of the 80’s | Leverage Ambition

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My grandma gave me a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) for Christmas in the 80’s and I was HOOKED! I also automatically became the coolest kid in my neighborhood, bar none.

Granted I didn’t beat all my friends at every game, but what a cool way to gather, chill, and play.

If you have forgotten what it looks like over the years, here you go below:

The Nintendo Entertainment System was a great way to bond with childhood friends. Nintendo made so many great memories for me, and I have carried them with me through the years.

Now that I have kids, I have given the gift of games to them as well and they are STOKED! I hope they are ready to lose in Mario Kart, haha!

GAME ON!

Here is my personal favorite games that Nintendo came out with in the 80’s, enjoy.

What Nintendo game was your favorite in the 80’s?

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20 thoughts on “My Top 7 Favorite Nintendo Games of the 80’s | Leverage Ambition

  1. Just_Me :) – Basically a breathing, moving, eating and happy-go-lucky homo sapiens. Full-time daydreamer and part-time paranoid. I love reading, I love Roger Federer, I love food.
    Just_Me :) says:

    Super Mario and Donkey Kong! 🙂

  2. I loved Pro Wrestling way more than I should have, and I am shocked that I hold it so highly. It was a great game! And Legend of Zelda was iconic. I loved the dungeon crawl.

  3. wediditptsd – We are practicing presence, self-compassion, and Nonviolent Communication (NVC) for our benefit and yours as we dig into PTSD, DID, OCD.
    wediditptsd says:

    RBI Baseball. Didn’t own NES but a friend did. We were always SF Giants and he was NY Mets. Can still whistle the theme music

      1. wediditptsd – We are practicing presence, self-compassion, and Nonviolent Communication (NVC) for our benefit and yours as we dig into PTSD, DID, OCD.
        wediditptsd says:

        Mets could be great this year, if there is a season! Lindor signed at shortstop—amazing player! James Mccann signed at catcher; Carlos Carrasco joins the starting rotation.

  4. Ah Stacy, I’ll go even one better – I can remember the Atari 2600 my parents bought my as a little kid! Pac-Man forever!
    Looking back on our youthful pastimes, all I can say is…easily entertained! Then again, that’s all we knew, wasn’t it it?
    Why, kids these days…My God, I’m entirely too young to be having a “Back in my day” moment, but that’s exactly what just happened!