Check Out These Nintendo Shirts!
Are you a Nintendo fan? If so, we have the perfect t-shirts and memorabilia to show your support for one of the world's most influential video game companies. The t-shirt presented above features a graphic design of the original Nintendo Game Boy, complete with a display, directional pad, A & B buttons, Start, Select, and even speakers (bottom-right corner). It's simple yet fun t-shirt that gamers of all ages are sure to appreciate.
The Nintendo t-shirt below is another fun way to show your support for this iconic video game company. It features nearly all of the characters from the original Super Mario Bros, including the Toad, Super Luigi, Super Mario, Bowser, Peach, Luigi, Mario, Goomba, Koopa Para-Troopa, Bullet Bill, and more. Any true Nintendo will immediately recognize these characters, giving you a big thumbs up for wearing this shirt.
BeltsBucklesTees offers more than just t-shirts. You'll also find wallets, belt buckles, hats and other Nintendo gear. Ever wish you could go back in time to purchase a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) themed wallet? We may not have a time machine, but we have the wallet! Featuring the design of the original NES controller, it's the perfect accessory for video game lovers.
Looking Back at the History of Nintendo...
Nintendo has roots dating back well over a century (yes, it's really that old), long before the advent of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) or Wii. The company was founded in 1889 by Japanese entrepreneur Fusajiro Yamauchi. At the time, however, it focused strictly on playing cards for a game called Hanafuda. Nintendo grew increasingly popular among the Hanafuda players, allowing Yamauchi to venture into other markets, including Taxis and hotels. It wasn't until the 1960s-1970s when Nintendo began toying with the idea of video games.
Nintendo's first attempt to enter the video game was met with mixed results. During the 1960s, it focused strictly on arcade machines, which were slowly but surely gaining momentum among mainstream use. In 1974, it secured the rights to distribute the Magnavox Odyssey video game console. But Nintendo executives knew that there was only so much they could do by "distributing" other companies' hardware, so they decided to develop their own video game system; thus, prompting the release of the handheld Game & Watch system.
With its newfound success in the video game industry, Nintendo began to develop and release several other systems, including the NES, SNES, Gameboy, Gameboy Advance, GameCube, Wii, Wii U, and more.