A video game is a form of electronic entertainment that involves a player using some sort of device (see controller) to give the desired feedback on the intended video device. Video games are an extremely popular form of recreational entertanment, testing the players' logical thinking, reflexes, and problem solving skills in order to accomplish objectives relative to the game they are playing.
Nintendo video games
Major Nintendo games
- EVR Race - Nintendo recognizes EVR Race as their first video game. It was designed by Genyo Takeda.
- Ball - Nintendo's first Game & Watch video game.
- Donkey Kong - Nintendo's most successful arcade video game. Introduced Mario (called Jumpman in this game) and Donkey Kong.
- Super Mario Bros. - Nintendo's most successful Nintendo Entertainment System video game and the most successful platformer of all time.
- The Legend of Zelda - The first The Legend of Zelda game and the first Nintendo game to use rewritable disks to save the progress of the player (previous games required passwords).
- Star Fox - The first Nintendo published game that was developed both in Japan (Nintendo) and in the West (Argonaut).
- Super Mario 64 - A pioneering 3D video game for the Nintendo 64, which had and enhanced Nintendo DS remake Super Mario 64 DS.
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - The highest rated video game of all time according to GameRankings.
- Pokémon Red and Blue - The first game in the Pokémon franchise.
- Wii Sports - The most successful game of all time.