Twenty-six-year-old company employee Daichi Teranishi, who used to play games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, called Famicom in Japan, and the PlayStation, said he understands the popularity of social network games, which are often offered free of charge with further features available for purchase.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Famicom (game console)
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Although the earliest computer games were created in the United States, and the Atari home game system was also an American product, it was the Nintendo Famicom which revived the failing game industry in the early 1980s and established video games as primarily home entertainment.
advertising practices, served as a catalyst for the commercial success of the new generation of Japanese toys, with Nintendo's Famicom and NES being perhaps the best early example.
Speaking at a news conference, President Satoru Iwata said the company will give users of the console -- available next year -- access to a pool of titles developed for previous consoles such as Game Boy and Super Famicom.
Nintendo meanwhile had been having some success with its Famicom console and felt confident enough to develop the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).