Nintendo's finally ending their support (read: repair) of the Nintendo Famicom (NES), as well as the Super Famicom, the N64, the Gameboy and the Gameboy Pocket in Japan. You'll have to play those games on an emulator like the rest of us who moved past the '90s. [itmedia via Arcade Renaissance via Kotaku]
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