North American Nintendo NES Checklist Condensed Into Book Form Via Kickstarter

Nintendo-NES-US-Checklist-KickstarterIf you're collecting Nintendo NES games in North America, you'll no doubt be familiar with how tough it is to keep track of the many different releases on offer. With over 700 games to be found, those who have managed to source each and every one of these games - including Stadium Events - will no doubt tell you how important it is having online game databases such as the one here at RetroCollect. Stepping aside from the internet though, one Nintendo NES fan has decided to create a hardbacked alternative that collectors can take with them on the go.

The Complete NES Collector's Book is a newly launched Kickstarter project from Jeffrey Wittenhagen. Hoping to secure $15,000 within the next few weeks, those willing to pledge to the cause will be able to get their very own copy of the book. Set to span over 300 pages with screenshots and box art of all the US Nintendo NES releases, Wittenhagen is hoping to lure in fellow collectors with what he's promising to be a definitive all-in-one guide. To sweeten the deal too, the book is set to feature artwork from Topps Trading Cards artist Joe Simko too.

Those interested should head on over to Kickstarter now. Pledges of $30 will secure yourself a paperback copy of the book, while $70 will get you a hardbook version.

The Complete NES - Collector's Book Kickstarter Trailer

Link: The Complete NES - Collector's Book Kickstarter


Last Updated ( 28 June 2015 )  

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-1 (Link to this comment) DarakuTenshi 2015-07-01 17:35
Looks very generic and not worth $30 let along $70 for the hardback.
(Link to this comment) thesubcon3 2015-07-05 17:13
Quoting DarakuTenshi:
Looks very generic and not worth $30 let along $70 for the hardback.


What exactly looks "generic" about it? Having every licensed US release in it isn't an easy thing to do! Doing anything more complex would make the guide a pain to navigate and thus defeat the purpose of having it in the first place.
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