Nintendo of America, Inc.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Arcade flier collection
Collection — Box: 1-14
Scope and Content Note The Arcade flier collection at The Strong is a compilation of several hundred manufacturer-created fliers for video arcade games and pinball machines. Fliers are arranged by company, then alphabetized by game within the company folder(s). If the flier was acquired and cataloged as a single object, then the Object ID is also indicated. [Home and consumer electronic gaming trade sheets are housed within the library’s Electronic gaming trade sheet collection.] If a date is not specified on the...
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse game design documentation
Abstract Faxed copy of original documentation from Konami Game Development department for Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse for Nintendo Entertainment System and SHCV 8 x 7 V PCBback. This file includes a letter from Jeremy Blaustein at Konami to John [unidentified last name]. The faxed pages are dated 1995, though the game was first published in 1989. Much of the text is in Japanese with some annotations in English.
Game Developers Conference (GDC) collection
Collection — Box: 1-9
Abstract The Game Developers Conference (GDC) collection contains five boxes of VHS and Betacam tapes of recordings from various years of the GDC, including keynote speeches, sessions, presentations, and awards, all of which were compiled and donated by Jason Scott of the Internet Archive.
LGBTQ Game Archive collection
Collection — Container: digital collection
Abstract The LGBTQ Game Archive collection is a collection of primary sources (including websites, articles, blogs, forums, videos, and screenshots) used in the creation of the
LGBTQ Game Archive.
Tengen, Inc. records
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The Tengen, Inc. records contain artwork, promotional and trade show materials, posters, correspondence, photographs, assembly drawings, and schematics. A sizeable portion of this collection covers marketing and publicity in the form of sell sheets. The bulk of the materials are dated between 1987 and 1994.