nintendo 64 consoleNintendo first dabbled in video games during the industry's early years of the mid-'70s. Generations of successful gaming console releases through the years led to the much-hyped 1996 launch of Nintendo 64, a system that represented a giant evolutionary leap in video game technology. Within the first three days of launch, hundreds of thousands of gamers hunkered down with Mario 64, considered by many to be one of the greatest video games ever created. Even today, the system's
It features a more powerful processor than any previous portable system, for faster, smoother gameplay
The high-resolution, full color screen makes the game jump out at you -- 50% bigger than Game Boy Color
Two new buttons, L & R, bring you more control & game options
Extended battery life lets you play for up to 15 hours on a pair of AA batteries
Compact Game Paks let you store your game progress & are smaller then Game Boy Color Paks
Not only can you coordinate you GBA with your hair color (it comes in arctic, glacier, indigo and fuchsia) but you can be king of game mountain. Portable gaming entered a new era when the Game Boy Advance was released. This is not your older brother's Game Boy; the Advance has some powerful new enhancements. The screen is bigger, better to see 32-bit graphics. In fact, it delivers a sharper picture than some current TV-based consoles. You'll also see 10 times more colors than the Game Boy Color
This AV Cable provides composite video & audio output for viewing on a TV / Monitor.
Dock connector plugs directly into the game console
Ultra thick and flexible jacket with color coded connectors to simplify installation
Length: Approx. 6 FT / 1.8 M.
Compatible with: Nintendo 64
This AV Cable provides composite video & audio output for viewing on a TV / Monitor. Dock connector plugs directly into the game console. Ultra thick and flexible jacket with color coded connectors to simplify installation. Length: Approx. 6 FT / 1.8 M. Color: Black. Accessory ONLY. Game console not included. Compatible with: Nintendo 64. Note: Please make sure your display & speakers have composite video & audio inputs.
Unparalleled, SMB blew open the doors to the videogaming world. With rich palettes of colour, eight four level worlds, spot-on play control, and expert level design, SMB was a much longer game than most of Atari's products and was a game unlike any other at that time. SMB also had the benefit of being very simple to grasp; run, jump, and fire. It was also the first side-sroller as we know it, though Atari's PITFALL set up the concept. Also, it's one of the best. Without SMB, NES wouldn't have be
Get connected with the newest video game technology! The new Link Cable connects your Game Boy Advance to the Nintendo GameCube for enhanced game play. When used with specifically designed games, the cable lets you exchange data, unlock new game levels and more. It also allows the Game Boy Advance to be used as a supplemental game screen or input device for the Nintendo GameCube. Only games displaying the icon "Game Boy Advance Compatible" or "Nintendo GameCube Compatible" can be used with this
Plays two disc formats in a single, self-loading media bay
Features a processing chip from IBM and a graphics chip from ATI
Built-in Wi-Fi access for easy connection to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection gaming service
Wii Sports game included
Console-based video gaming is one of the most popular of modern digital technologies, cutting across age, demographic and gender divides. Today's players have three dominant platforms to choose from: Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 by Microsoft. Each is an impressive multifunctional device, with designs meant to encourage integration into existing home entertainment systems and networks, but each goes about