|Console Type||Home video game console|
|Subtype(s)||Nintendo 64 DD|
|Storage||64 MG Game Pak|
|June 23, 1996 (Japan)|
September 29, 1996 (United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America and Brazil)
March 1, 1997 (European Continent and Australia)
|Discontinued||April 30 a.k.a. Children's day in Mexico, 2002 (Japan)|
May 16, 2003 (European Continent)
November 30, 2003 (United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America and Brazil)
|Best selling game||Super Mario 64|
|CPU||64-bit NEC VR4300 @ 93.75 MHz|
|GPU||SGI RCP @ 62.5 MHz|
|64-bit 3D polygon graphics|
|Forward Compatibility||Expansion Pak|
|Predecessor||Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
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The Nintendo 64 (also known as the N64 or 64) is a fifth generation game console created by Nintendo in 1996. It was Nintendo's third console and its main attractions were cartridges and 64-bit graphics. The N64's successor is the Nintendo GameCube, and its predecessor is the SNES.
List of Games
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