I wanted to get into retro-gaming but instead of emulating I wanted to own the games and play them on a console, and naturally I wanted to start with an NES. At first I considered buying an old NES at a nearby game store that I trust, but I heard these old systems have a way of breaking down a lot due to old age and needing replacement. After doing some more research, I learned of a bunch of new clone systems that run NES cartridges smoothly and now I'm leaning more towards getting one of these clone consoles.
I know there are a lot of NES gamers on here (a lot of you became fans of DQ through the first DW game after all) and was wondering if any of you could offer up advice or precautions. Should I stick with a plain old NES? Are clone consoles better? Should I avoid them like the plague? Any help you can offer is appreciated.
When I heard this I couldn't help but feel sad. I've loved Miyazaki's works ever since I was a kid when I was introduced to his films through Spirited Away, which remains to this day to be my all-time favorite film. The article said he might still do smaller works but he's pretty much called it quits when it comes to full-length movies. Do any of you have a particular favorite movie of his?