A Nintendo 64 system and a controller.

The Nintendo 64 was a video-game console created by the Japanese video game company Nintendo, and launched on September 29, 1996 in North America.

Overview

The Nintendo 64 was named after it's 64-bit CPU, and was considered to be technologically advanced than it's competitor, the Sony PlayStation, which in fact Nintendo was originally going to co-design. The Nintendo 64, as it was commonly referred as, was also one of the final consoles to use game cartridges on the TV, while most other companies had switched to compact disc format. The Nintendo 64 was also the home platform for the most famous Conker game, Conker's Bad Fur Day.

Conker games developed by Rare

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