4 Forgotten Nintendo Video Games Nobody Knows About

Nintendo is probably the reason we are still gaming because NES single handily saved gaming industry from the 1984 Video Game Crash. If you ask a person that does not play video games at all he sure knows about Nintendo because it is the name that was heard in every household. Nintendo is known for making phenomenal video games and consoles that revolutionize the gaming industry. There have been countless amazing games produced and published by Nintendo but today we are gonna countdown Nintendo games that nobody knows about.

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

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With its large expansive game play and large battles around every corner. The game is hard so don’t expect to beat it down with out at least sending your Gamecube into orbit at least once. – Cheat Code Central

Yet another remarkable production by the skilled developers at Intelligent Systems. The series finally returns to the console realm, and its radiance should incite anyone to do one thing: cross the path, and never look back. – Kombo

The plot is full of fantasy cliches, so you can expect your fair share of dragons and lost princesses and Black Knights. – Armchair Empire

Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem

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Brilliant, stunning, the best thing on the GameCube since I dropped my soiled undies on it two months ago before I went to bed…It blows “Resident Evil” out of the water. –Nintendojo
I literally got the bejeebers scared out of me when I played it during the midnight hour. Any game that gets under my skin like this one gets my seal of approval. – Gamezilla!
The enemies are repetitive, the puzzles are simple, and players aren’t given much freedom to explore, but what is here is fun to play — thanks to an interesting story, excellent sound effects, and well-animated visuals. – All Game Guide

Advance Wars

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One of the best aspects of Advance Wars is the sheer amount of things you can do. If you choose not to play the Campaign mode, you can still fight and earn battlefields in the War Room, or can get friends together and play multiplayer on either one GBA or link up to four GBAs at one time. – Into Liquid Sky
From trying to unlock every CO to buying all the War Room and Vs. maps to trying to earn the best rank possible, there are enough features in this game to make three games. Advance Wars is pretty much perfect in every category. – GBA Central
It’s brilliant and fun turn-based strategy with more replay value than you could possibly ask for. This isn’t boring turn-based strategy where you spend 15 turns setting up your troops to fight the inevitable battle, no sir. – Nintendorks

Wario Land 4


Graphically the game looks fantastic. The game is insanely colorful and the sprites are well animated – Gaming Age

At the conclusion of some of the levels there are awesome mini-games…Homerun in Wario is awesome–it tests your baseball skills as much as your platform gaming skills! – Electric Playground

The gameplay is tight and varied, the graphics are detailed and bright, and the sound is second to none. – GameSpot

There’s a lot in Warioland to wow you but, at the end of the day, it’s just a GBC adventure with nice graphics. Which is REAL daylight robbery. – TotalGames.net

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#4 Forgotten Nintendo Video Games No One Knows About