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Console-infobox



Usage

{{Console-infobox
|title=
|logo=
|prototypelogo=
|titlelogo=
|image=
|descr=
|developer=
|manufacturer=
|family=
|type=
|subtypes=
|generation=
|connectivity=
|release=
|discontinued=
|units=
|bestseller=
|media=
|cpu=
|gpu=
|soc=
|northbridge
|southbridge
|backward=
|forward=
|predecessor=
|successor=
|features=
}}
  • Title: Name of the console.
  • Image: Image that represents either the console itself, or its logo.
  • Developer(s) {developer}: Who developed the console (usually you).
  • Manufacturer(s) (manufacturer) :Explains who manufactured, or made the hardware of or the physical console itself.
  • Product Family (family): Explains the family or the evolutionary "group" of the console based on the designs, hardware and backward/forward capabilities of a group of console developed and/or manufactured by the same companies (Gameboy, Gameboy Color and Gameboy Advance)
  • Console Type {type}: This explains the type of console (e.g. A Nintendo DS is a Handheld Console, and a Wii a Home Console)
  • Subtype(s) {subtypes}: A console can have improvements, too (especially Handhelds). Subtypes lists the updated versions [models] of a console (e.g. the one for the Game Boy Advance is the Game Boy Advance SP.)
  • Generation: The evolutionary gaming period the console is made to compete with other console made around its time by different companies (7th generation consoles: Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 from 2005 to 2012)
  • Release Date(s) {release}: The release of the console
  • Discontinued: The date a console stops selling or service no longer supported
  • Online Connectivity {connectivity}: Whether the console is able to connect to the Internet.
  • Media: Hardware used to install or run software when inserted or connected to a console
  • CPU: Central processing unit or its processor.
  • GPU: Graphic processing unit or its graphics card.
  • System on Chip
  • Northbridge
  • Southbridge
  • Backward Compatibility {backward}: Put here a console which games can be played on the console where this article is about, and is older than that console. (e.g. a Wii can play GameCube games, so, if this article is about the Wii, put here Nintendo GameCube)
  • Forward Compatibility {forward}: Put here a console which games can be played on the console where this article is about, and is newer than that console. (e.g. a Game Boy can play (some) Game Boy Color games, so, if this article is about the Game Boy, put here Game Boy Color)
  • Predecessor: Consoles that are older than the current console (The Wii is the predecessor of the Wii U)
  • Successor: Consoles that are newer than the current console (The Wii U is the successor of the Wii)
  • Feature(s) {features}: Special and important modes and items that are used for the console.
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