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Evolution Of nintendo of counsle

  • Color TV-Game 6

    Color TV-Game 6
    Units sold: Japan: 3 million
    one million units
    5,000 yen
  • Color TV-Game 15

    Color TV-Game 15
    one million units
    2 player
  • Color TV-Game Racing 112

    Color TV-Game Racing 112
    sold half a million units
    ¥18,000 ¥12,500 ¥5,000
  • Computer TV-Game

    Computer TV-Game
    The console cost ¥48,000 upon release.
  • Color TV-Game Block Breaker

    Color TV-Game Block Breaker
    sold half a million units
  • Game & Watch

    Game & Watch
    43 million sold
    60 handheld video games that were released between 1980 and 1991
  • Nintendo Entertainment System / Family Computer

    Nintendo Entertainment System / Family Computer
    $200 to $500
  • Game Boy

    Game Boy
    118.69 million. Units sold
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System / Super Famicom

    Super Nintendo Entertainment System / Super Famicom
  • Virtual Boy

    Virtual Boy
    $179.95 for headaches.
  • Game Boy Pocket

    Game Boy Pocket
  • Nintendo 64

    Nintendo 64
    total of 5.54 million system units sold in Japan, 20.63 million in the Americas, and 6.75 million in other regions
    296 for the nintendo 64
  • Game Boy Light

    Game Boy Light
    ¥6,800 $62.05
    1049 games
  • Game Boy Color

    Game Boy Color
    sold 118.69 million units worldwide, with 32.47 million units in Japan, 44.06 million in the Americas, and 42.16 million in other regions
  • Game Boy Advance

    Game Boy Advance
    Game Boy Advance is not dead
    81.51 million. Units sold
  • Gamecube

    259.57 if it is never used
    $35.15 it was used
    657 games
  • Game Boy Advance SP

    Game Boy Advance SP
  • Nintendo DS

    Nintendo DS
    70 games
  • Nintendo DS Lite

    Nintendo DS Lite
    Nintendo DS Lite offers a smaller, sleeker package with a brighter screen, larger stylus, and a longer-lasting rechargeable battery than the original Nintendo DS
  • Wii

    1242 games
    101.64 million. Units sold
  • Nintendo DSI

    Nintendo DSI
    The DSi's screen is 3.25 inches across, whereas the DS Lite's screen is 3 inches. The DSi is also 18.9 millimeters thick when closed, about 2.6 millimeters thinner than the DS Lite
  • Nintendo DSI XL

    Nintendo DSI XL
    The main difference between the two is the size as the DSi XL is bigger in all dimensions compared to the DSi and is heavier by roughly 50%. This gives the DSi XL a sturdier feel and provides ample room to be comfortably held. Even the stylus of the DSi is longer by almost 4cm to that of the DSi
  • Nintendo 3DS

    Nintendo 3DS
    $249.99 to $169.99 in North America, 25,000¥ to 15,000¥ in Japan, and $349.95 to $249.95 in Australia.
  • wii family

    wii family
    The difference being: the wii family edition is designed to sit horizontally ( the standard wii can do this too ), comes bundled with a game; like New Super Mario Bros, wii; and more importantly does not have GameCube controller or memory card slots, and therefore is not compatible with GameCube games
  • Nintendo 3DS XL

    Nintendo 3DS XL
    $199.99 or higher SCREEN SIZE The main difference between each console is the size of its screens. While the New 3DS has a 3.88in autostereoscopic 3D display and a 3.33in touchscreen, the New 3DS XL's 3D screen is a whole inch bigger, measuring 4.88in while its touchscreen comes in at 4.18 inch
  • Wii U

    Wii U
    US$299.99 for the Basic Set and US$349.99 for the Deluxe Set.
  • wii mini

    wii mini
    They are 2 completely different generation of consoles. Where the Wii is backward compatible with the GameCube and the Wii U is backward compatible with the Wii. The Wii U also have a screen built into it's main controller which allows you to play games on that screen as well as the TV
  • Nintendo 2DS

    Nintendo 2DS
    $129.99 and its price dropped to $99.99 in August 2015
  • New nintedo 3DS

    New nintedo 3DS
    The New 3DS is faster and bigger with improved hardware and a better battery life. While the New 3DS is slightly heavier, the New 3DS XL is actually lighter. The battery life for the New Nintendo 3DS is from 3.5 to 6 hours, while the battery life for the New Nintendo 3DS XL is from 3.5 to 7 hours
  • New nintedo 3DS XL

    New nintedo 3DS XL
    The Nintendo 3DS handheld game console costs around $120 to $150. At its launch in 2011, it cost $250, but the price dropped as Nintendo introduced newer products, like the 3DS XL. The Nintendo 3DS XL, released in 2012, is larger than the 3DS
  • Nintendo Swich

    Nintendo Swich
    There are currently 1976 games On its own, the MSRP/RRP Nintendo Switch price is $299 in the USA and £279 in the UK, so you don't want to pay more than that unless you're getting some extras.
  • New nintedo 2DS Xl

    New nintedo 2DS Xl
    The biggest difference between the New 2DS XL and the New 2DS is in the name: the New 2DS ditches the stereoscopic 2D gimmick of the 2DS entirely, opting for standard two-dimensional displays. ... The screen half of the device is notably smaller and thinner, presumably by cutting out the 2D hardware.
  • Nintendo Swich Lite

    Nintendo Swich Lite
    The major difference between the Nintendo Switch Lite and the original Nintendo Switch is that the Switch Lite is solely a handheld device. Therefore, the Switch Lite is much more compact, and lighter, than its predecessor