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The complex material histories of the Nintendo Entertainment System platform from code to silicon focusing on its technical constraints and its expressive affordances In the 1987 Nintendo Entertainment System videogame Zelda II The Adventure of Link a character famously declared I AM ERROR Puzzled players assumed that this cryptic mesage was a programming flaw but it was actually a clumsy Japanese English translation of My Name is Error a benign programmer's joke In I AM ERROR Nathan Altice explores the complex material histories of the Nintendo Entertainment System and its Japanese predecessor the Family Computer offering a detailed analysis of its programming and engineering its expressive affordances and its cultural significanceNintendo games were rife with mistranslated texts but as Altice explains Nintendo's translation challenges were not just linguistic but also material with conseuences beyond simple misinterpretation Emphasizing the technical and material evolution of Nintendo's first cartridge based platform Altice describes the development of the Family Computer or Famicom and its computational architecture; the translation problems faced while adapting the Famicom for the US videogame market as the redesigned Entertainment System; Nintendo's breakthrough console title Super Mario Bros and its remarkable software innovations; the introduction of Nintendo's short lived proprietary disk format and the design repercussions on The Legend of Zelda; Nintendo's efforts to extend their console's lifespan through cartridge augmentations; the Famicom's Audio Processing Unit APU and its importance for the chiptunes genre; and the emergence of software emulators and the new kinds of play they enable.

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☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ I Am Error The Nintendo Family ComputerEntertainment System Platform Platform Studies By Nathan Altice ✩ – Ad325ddsc.merlotmotorsport.co.uk The complex material histories of the Nintendo Entertainment System platform from code to silicon focusing on its technical constraints and its expressive affordances In the 1987 Nintendo EntertainmenThe complex material histories of the Nintendo Entertainment System platform from code to silicon focusing on its technical constraints and its expressive affordances In the 1987 Nintendo Entertainment System videogame Zelda II The Adventure of Link a character famously declared I AM ERROR Puzzled players assumed that this cryptic mesage was a programming flaw but it was actually a clumsy Japanese English translation of My Name is Error a benign programmer's joke In I AM ERROR Nathan Altice explores the complex material histories of the Nintendo Entertainment System and its Japanese predecessor the Family Computer offering a detailed analysis of its programming and engineering its expressive affordances and its cultural significanceNintendo games were rife with mistranslated texts but as Altice explains Nintendo's translation challenges were not just linguistic but also material with conseuences beyond simple misinterpretation Emphasizing the technical and material evolution of Nintendo's first cartridge based platform Altice describes the development of the Family Computer or Famicom and its computational architecture; the translation problems faced while adapting the Famicom for the US videogame market as the redesigned Entertainment System; Nintendo's breakthrough console title Super Mario Bros and its remarkable software innovations; the introduction of Nintendo's short lived proprietary disk format and the design repercussions on The Legend of Zelda; Nintendo's efforts to extend their console's lifespan through cartridge augmentations; the Famicom's Audio Processing Unit APU and its importance for the chiptunes genre; and the emergence of software emulators and the new kinds of play they enabled.

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