Nintendo 64: Here’s Where You Can Buy the Nostalgic Console

Nintendo 64: Here’s Where You Can Buy the Nostalgic Console
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After 25 years in the game, Nintendo 64 hasn’t lost its luster among gamers who crave the nostalgia of one of Nintendo’s most recognizable consoles. Despite going out of production in 2002, these collectible consoles are still available online.

Named for its 64-bit processing unit, the Nintendo 64 debuted in Japan in July 1996, and in the U.S. that September. The console was originally designed to compete with Sega Saturn by offering a new generation of 3D graphics. Besides pioneering 3D gaming, N64 was one of the first gaming consoles to have four controller ports and one of the last to use cartridges. Furthermore, N64 introduced a new school of gaming controllers with capabilities and
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