Taken as part of a news report and uploaded to YouTube only this week, this 20 minute collection of b-roll footage gives us a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at Nintendo of America in 1990, showing everything from making to research and development up to the Nintendo power line.
While some of it is narrated or part of interviews, much of it is simply footage that records daily activities, which is incredibly relaxing when viewed in a “slow television” way. The workers who assemble NES consoles by hand
If you’re nostalgic with this throwback to news about the bygone days of consumer electronics, there is a lot more that the same YouTube account has to check out. including the launch of the iMac in 1998 and a 1991 trip to Toys ‘R’ Us.
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