In the upper-right corner, you'll see a button to open a photo to get started.
You can either take a photo using your device's camera or choose an image from Dropbox or your photo gallery.
This can make the rest of the NES library a bit baffling to someone who's never played one before, but when you actually break each game down into its core essentials – running, jumping, fetching, etc – they're really not that scary any more.
Of course, this is hard to do when playing a game in real-time, but in the safe confines of Ultimate NES Remix for 3DS, you'll soon feel like you've been playing these games your entire life.
This doesn't leave much for returning NES Remix fans, but for those who are new to the series, this is easily the best entry to go for.
At its heart, Ultimate NES Remix is essentially one big beginner's guide on how to play a Nintendo game.
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