After the video game market crash of 1983, when Nintendo chose to bring their Famicom to the American market, they made several drastic changes to the console. They completely revamped the design to look more like a toy than a video game console, named their video games "Game Paks", and also named the console the "Nintendo Entertainment System". These were done for the sole purpose of distinguishing the NES as something that was not a video game console, in an effort to coax consumers back to Nintendo and their video games after the market crash worsened expectations of the industry.
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