Classic systems



gamecubeNintendo GameCube, released in 2002 in purple, black and then later platinum is symbolic of Nintendo's commitment to keeping originality and innovation alive in videogames. With its unique design and compact shape, the console was designed from the ground up as a "lean, mean" games machine offering the fastest, easiest game development environment for creators. Home to some of the greatest games of its generation, including Super Smash Bros. Melee , S­uper Mario Sunshine, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, F-Zero GX, Resident Evil 4, Mario Kart: Double Dash, Star Wars: Rogue Leader and Metroid Prime, Nintendo GameCube is the system of choice for gamers wanting some of the best previous generation games available.

Gameboy Advance

gameboy advanceIn 2001, Nintendo delivered the next generation of portable entertainment into the hands of eager gamers. The Game Boy Advance gives you 32-bit console-quality gaming in your pocket - and its bright, colourful and finger-intuitive design is still a classic. Two more versions of the Game Boy Advance were to follow, with the more compact clam shell design of the Game Boy Advance SP in 2003 and the sleek and stylish Game Boy Micro in 2005.

Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64Released in 1996, the Nintendo 64 was the first system with 64-bit graphics and built-in four player gaming potential. Masterpieces such as Super Mario 64 and Super Smash Bros helped sell over 32 million N64 systems worldwide.

Gameboy Color

Gameboy ColorGame Boy Color was the ultimate evolution of the original Game Boy system. Released in 1998, Game Boy Color added a color display that allowed for a palette of over 32,000 colors. Game Boy Color was compatible with hundreds of original Game Boy games, and also played games that were specially enhanced for Game Boy Color (though it cannot play Game Boy Advance games). Game Boy Color was available in many colors including Teal, Kiwi, Grape, Ice, Atomic Purple and the Green & Gold 'Limited Edition'.

The Game Boy Color has sold over 1 million units of hardware in this country – and over 3 million games!!!

Gameboy Pocket

Gameboy PocketGame Boy is the most successful video game system ever developed. Since its introduction in 1989, Game Boy has sold well over 150 million systems worldwide. Over the years, Game Boy's software library has included some of the greatest and best-selling games of all time, such as Tetris and Pokémon. Game Boy evolved over the years and has appeared in many colors and sizes, including the smaller sized Game Boy pocket in 1996 and
Game Boy Color in 1998.

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Super Nintendo Entertainment SystemThe Super Nintendo Entertainment System raised the bar for video game designers around the globe when it was released in 1991. Featuring true stereo sound, multiple scrolling backgrounds and almost twice the internal memory as its competition, the SNES was home to the best games of its day. Backed by an all-star lineup of games like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Donkey Kong Country and Super Metroid, the Super NES sold more than 20 million systems in the U.S. and 49 million systems worldwide.

Nintendo Entertainment System

Nintendo Entertainment SystemThe original Nintendo Entertainment System was released in Australia in 1987. Backed by classic games such as Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Excitebike, the NES was instantly a hit. Its graphics were far superior to any home-based console that had come before it, leaving gamers with the feeling that their homes had been transformed into real-life arcades. The NES spawned a variety of interesting accessories, from R.O.B. the robot to the Power Glove controller, and went on to sell over 60 million units worldwide.

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