A Nightmare on Elm Street NES Video Game – Full Playthrough

by Yo Adrian on April 20th, 2018 | |

A Nightmare on Elm Street kicked off a new era of slasher horror back in 1984. Freddy and his fanatics were everywhere. By 1989 the NoES franchise was already up to it’s 5th sequel, The Dream Child, when Rare released the official Nightmare on Elm Street video game for the NES console.  It’s a goofy game, bearing only a slight semblance to the movie. But it was definitely worlds better than the Nightmare on Elm Street games that were also released for the Commodore 64 and IBM PC during the same year. In the Nintendo game, moderne child play an embattled Elm St. teen who has to walk around the old neighborhood collecting Freddy’s bones and taking them to the high school’s boiler room to be torched in the furnace. Along the way you have to fight some bizarre enemies that have nothing to do with the movie including dogs, cats, bats, zombies and … minotaurs? Well, just see for yourself. Here’s the full video game played from start to finish and here is a website  full of fun game for you to check out.

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