Nintendo 64

The Nintendo 64 (abbreviation: N64) is the third in a successful series of game consoles released by Nintendo. The Nintendo 64 was released in 1996 and was the successor to the successful Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

The original shape and new kind of controller Nintendo brought to the market made the Nintendo 64 a modest success with over 30 million units sold, despite competition from Sony's hugely popular PlayStation (released in 1995 in Europe). The Nintendo 64 stayed on its feet and successful games continued to come out. The Nintendo 64's successor, the GameCube, was released in 2001, but the Nintendo 64 remained available until 2003.

Catalog type
Game Console
Release Date
June 1996
64-bit NEC VR4300 @ 93.75 MHz
0,5 MB
32–512 Mbit

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