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NES Controller Notebook: For Writing Down Cheat Codes

 |  |  October 14, 2016


Back in the day I played a lot of Nintendo. I remember one of the cheat codes to this day, you had to press Left, Right, Left, Right, A-B-B-A and something would happen in one of the video games. The thing I remember most about cheat codes back on the day is that they were usually rumors that your buddy heard from his friend’s, friend’s, cousin. Most of the time I tried to replicate them, they did nothing, but when they worked we were awed.

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If you remember a lot of those old-school cheat codes and need a place to write them down, this Classic NES Controller Premium Journal is ideal. The outside looks like a giant NES controller, complete with raised buttons and D-pad.

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Inside the notebook are 120 sheets (240 pages) of unruled A5 paper, so you don’t have to stay between the lines. The notebook will set you back $24.99(USD) over at ThinkGeek.

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