The Japanese exclusive add-on to the Nintendo Famicom known as the Disk System allowed the 8-bit console to load games from a re-writable source. Although anything but floppy, the yellow cased disks worked exactly like a standard 3.5” equivalent. Instead of writing games onto disk yourself, you’d either buy them brand new or head to a Nintendo FDS Kiosk and select your game of choice – very much like a vending machine. As of today though, the format itself is very clunky and the hardware often suffers from degradation. This, however, is no longer an issue thanks to an all new solution, the FDSStick.