Famicom

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The Famicom

The Famicom (Japanese: ファミコン), known in full as the Family Computer (Japanese: ファミリーコンピュータ) and abbreviated as FC is a games console created by Nintendo that was released in Japan in July, 1983. It was localized outside of Japan as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) that was first released in North America in 1985.

No games in The Legendary Starfy series appeared on the Famicom, however, it made a small cameo appearance in Densetsu no Starfy 4. Additionally, a console based on the Famicom called the "Fimicom" (Japanese: フィミコン), known in full as the "Fimily Computer" appeared in the Densetsu no Starfy R manga in chapter seven; "Pufftop Kingdom, Game King Playoff".

In Densetsu no Starfy 4

Starfy holding the Famicom

The Famicom makes a cameo appearance in Densetsu no Starfy 4 in the Nintendo Headquarters Special in the Stuff, where Starfy (or Starly for Starly's version) holding a Famicom pops out of the back of the building and walks left, meeting Starly/Starfy.

In the Densetsu no Starfy R manga

Moe playing "Orima Brothers" on the Fimicom

At the end of chapter seven; "Pufftop Kingdom, Game King Playoff", Moe is seen playing a game called "Orima Brothers" (Japanese: オリマブラザーズ), resembling Mario Bros. on a fictional games console called the Fimicom (Japanese: フィミコン), shortened from Fimily Computer, based on the real world Famicom.

In the events of this chapter, Starfy and Starly fought over who had the best console. Moe convinces Starfy and Starly that both the "FS" and "Fii" are good consoles and they don't need to fight, but Moe then comments that the Fimicom is the best system.

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