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Small, cute and desirable - that's Nintendo GameCube. Released in purple, black and special edition colours, Nintendo GameCube's unique design and compact shape (11.4cm x 15cm x 16cm) is symbolic of Nintendo's commitment to keeping originality and innovation alive in
With the 64 bits power of Nintendo 64, players can explore breathtaking 3D worlds that explode with colour, dance with real-time lighting effects and light up your ears with CD-quality sound.
The Nintendo 64 was designed as a party machine, with four controller ports just begging to be filled. Get together with three friends and experience how the astounding games like Mario Kart 64, Mario Party and Donkey Kong 64 can blossom into laugh-a-minute multiplayer gameplay marathons.
What started life as the Famicom (Family Computer) in Japan went on to become the machine that saved the videogame industry.
After a major games slump in the west, The Nintendo Entertainment System defied pundits and sold in millions. Gamers scrambled to see and play classics like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Excitebike, all of which were leaps and bounds ahead of other home systems' games.
First brought to Europe in 1993, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System blew gamers away with visuals and gameplay that dragged videogames into a spectacular new era.
The Super Nintendo features true stereo sound, multiple scrolling backgrounds, and twice the built-in memory of the older NES - and giant-sized Game Paks allow the system to recreate sprawling worlds that take weeks to explore.
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