Nintendo Vs. System

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The Nintendo Vs. System is a 8-bit arcade system board manufactured by Nintendo. The board is based in the Nintendo Entertainment System hardware, with some few additions.

Technical Specifications

Main CPU: Ricoh N2A03 @ 1,78 MHz (dual N2A03 in the Dualsystem machines)

Sound CPU: Ricoh N2A03 @ 1,78 MHz (dual N2A03 in the Dualsystem machines)

Sound Chip: Ricoh N2A03 @ 1,78 MHz (dual N2A03 in the Dualsystem machines), DAC (optional)

Games Released

Nintendo Vs. Unisystem games

Release Date Game Name Developer Publisher
Japan 1984 Worldwide release Vs. Clu Clu Land (VS.クルクルランチE Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984 Worldwide release Vs. Excitebike (VS.エキサイトバイク) Nintendo EAD Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984 Worldwide release Vs. Ice Climber (VS.アイスクライマ�E) Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984-11 Worldwide release Vs. Pinball (VS.ピンボ�Eル) Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984-11 Worldwide release Vs. Stroke & Match Golf (VS.ゴルチE HAL Laboratory? Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984 Worldwide release Vs. Urban Champion (VS.アーバンチャンピオンチE Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1985 Japan Battle City (VS.バトルシチE��ー) Namco Japan Namco
Japan 1985 Worldwide release Vs. Mach Rider (VS.マッハライダー) HAL Laboratory Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1985 Japan Ninja Jajamaru-kun (VS.忍老E��めE��めE��くん) Tose Japan Jaleco
Japan 1985 Japan Vs. Raid on Bungeling Bay (VS.バンゲリングベイ) Hudson Japan Nintendo
Japan 1985 Worldwide release Vs. Soccer (VS.サチE��ー) Iwasaki Giken Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1985 Japan Star Luster (VS.スターラスター) Namco Japan Namco
United States of America 1985-03 United States of America Vs. Duck Hunt (VS.ダチE��ハンチE Nintendo R&D1 United States of America Nintendo
United States of America 1985-03 United States of America Vs. Hogan's Alley (VS.ホ�Eガンズアレイ) Nintendo R&D1 United States of America Nintendo
United States of America 1985-03? United States of America Vs. Wild Gunman (VS.ワイルドガンマン) Nintendo R&D1 United States of America Nintendo
United States of America 1986 United States of America Vs. Gumshoe (VS.ガムシュー) Nintendo R&D1 United States of America Nintendo
Japan 1986 Japan Babel no Tou (VS.バ�Eルの塁E Namco Japan Namco
Japan 1986 Japan Super Sky Kid (VS.スカイキチE��) Namco Japan Namco
Japan 1986 Japan Super Xevious: Gamp no Nazo (VS.スーパ�Eゼビウス -ガンプ�E謁E Tose Japan Namco
Japan 1986 Japan Valkyrie no Bouken (VS.ワルキューレの冒険) Namco Japan Namco
Japan 1986-04 Worldwide release Vs. Super Mario Bros. (VS.スーパ�Eマリオブラザーズ) Nintendo EAD Worldwide release Nintendo
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 1986-11 United States of America / Europe Vs. Slalom (VS.スラローム) Rare United States of America / Europe Nintendo
United States of America 1986-12 United States of America Vs. Gradius (VS.グラチE��ウス) Konami United States of America Konami
United States of America 1986-12 United States of America Vs. The Goonies (VS.グーニ�Eズ) Konami United States of America Konami
Japan 1987 Japan Family Tennis (VS.ファミリーチE��ス) Namco Japan Namco
Japan 1987 Japan Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '87 (VS.プロ野球ファミリースタジアム'87) Namco Japan Namco
United States of America 1987 United States of America Tetris (VS.チE��リス) Tengen United States of America Atari Games
United States of America 1987 United States of America Vs. Castlevania (VS.キャチE��ルバニア) Konami United States of America Konami
United States of America 1987 United States of America Vs. Top Gun (VS.トップガン) Konami United States of America Konami
Japan 1987-09 United States of America Vs. Atari R.B.I. Baseball / Japan Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium (VS.プロ野球ファミリースタジアム) Namco Japan Namco

United States of America Atari Games

Japan 1987-11 United States of America Vs. T.K.O. Boxing / Japan Family Boxing (VS.ファミリーボクシング) Namco Worldwide release Namco
Japan 1988 Japan Kai no Bouken: The Quest of Ki (VS.カイの冒険) Game Studio Japan Namco
Japan 1988 Japan Super Chinese (VS.スーパ�Eチャイニ�Eズ) Culture Brain Japan Namco
United States of America 1988 United States of America Freedom Force (VS.フリーダムフォース) Sunsoft United States of America Sunsoft
Japan 1988 Japan Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88 (VS.プロ野球ファミリースタジアム'88) Namco Japan Namco
United States of America 1988 United States of America Platoon (VS.プラト�Eン) Sunsoft United States of America Sunsoft
United States of America 1990-10 United States of America Vs. Dr. Mario (VS.ドクターマリオ) Nintendo R&D1 United States of America Nintendo
Japan Prototype Japan Kanshaku Tamanage Kantarou no Tokaido Gojusan Tsugi (東海道五十三次) Sunsoft Japan Sunsoft
Japan Prototype Japan Lionex (ライオネックス) Sunsoft Japan Sunsoft
Japan Prototype Japan Madoola no Tsubasa (マドゥーラの翼) Sunsoft Japan Sunsoft
Japan Prototype Japan Mighty Bomb Jack (VS.マイチE��ボンジャチE��) Tecmo Japan Tecmo

Nintendo Vs. Dualsystem games

Release Date Game Name Developer Publisher
Japan 1984 Worldwide release Vs. Balloon Fight (VS.バルーンファイチE HAL Laboratory Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984 Worldwide release Vs. Baseball (VS.ベ�Eスボ�Eル) Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984 Japan Vs. Ice Climber Dual (VS.アイスクライマ�E チE��アル) Nintendo R&D1 Japan Nintendo
Japan 1984 Japan Vs. Mahjong (VS.麻雀) Nintendo R&D1 Japan Nintendo
Japan 1984-09 Worldwide release Vs. Wrecking Crew (VS.レチE��ングクルー) Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo
Japan 1984-11 Worldwide release Vs. Tennis (VS.チE��ス) Nintendo R&D1 Worldwide release Nintendo

Notes

  • Kai no Bouken was the last Vs. System game to be released in Japan;
  • Lionex was supposed to be the only Vs. System game that didn't have a NES/Famicom counterpart, through some of his elements was later available in Blaster Master;
  • Tetris and some units of Atari R.B.I. Baseball was not licensed by Nintendo, due to the rivalry between Tengen and Nintendo on the NES.