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  • ...CP @ 62.5 MHz|Sound CPU=TBA|Sound Chip=TBA|Memory=TBA|Controllers=Nintendo 64 controller}} ...Nintendo 3DS) also use cartridges. While the Nintendo 64 was succeeded by Nintendo's MiniDVD-based GameCube in November 2001, the consoles remained available
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  • File:Cave-multi1024x768-emu6-main.jpg|Nintendo Gameboy Advance File:Cave-multi1024x768-emu8-main.jpg|Nintendo
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  • ...CP @ 62.5 MHz|Sound CPU=TBA|Sound Chip=TBA|Memory=TBA|Controllers=Nintendo 64 controller}} ...Nintendo 3DS) also use cartridges. While the Nintendo 64 was succeeded by Nintendo's MiniDVD-based GameCube in November 2001, the consoles remained available
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  • File:Ssa nintendoset 1024x768-emu4-main.jpg|Nintendo File:Ssa nintendoset 1024x768-emu5-main.jpg|Super Nintendo
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  • File:HDTV_1920x1080_main-n64s.jpg |Nintendo 64<br />[http://{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/mameau/hdtv_1920x1080/n64s_sai.zi File:HDTV_1920x1080_main-nes.jpg|Nintendo<br />[http://{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/mameau/hdtv_1920x1080/nes_sai.zip
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  • [[Category:Emulator|Mupen64Plus]][[Category:Mupen64Plus]][[Category:Nintendo 64]]
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  • File:HDTV_1920x1080_main-n64s.jpg |Nintendo 64<br />[//{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/mameau/hdtv_1920x1080/n64s_sai.zip 192 File:HDTV_1920x1080_main-nes.jpg|Nintendo<br />[//{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/mameau/hdtv_1920x1080/nes_sai.zip 1920
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  • ...do_Gamecube_Logo.png|Image=GameCube-Console-Set.png|Year=2001|Manufacturer=Nintendo|Type=Home video game console|CPU=IBM PowerPC Gekko @ 486 MHz|GPU=ATI Flippe ...ay 17, 2002. The sixth-generation console is the successor to the Nintendo 64 and competed with Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 2 and Microsoft
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  • File:Classic-bw-640x480-commodore64.jpg|Commodore 64<br />[http://{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/emuchrist/classic_bw_640x480/comm File:Classic-bw-640x480-gameboyadvance.jpg|Nintendo Gameboy Advance<br />[http://{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/emuchrist/classic
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  • File:Ssa-stuzza-Nintendoskinset_large.jpg|Nintendo set<br />[//{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/ssa/ssa_skins/stuzza-nintendoset/n File:Ssa-Muttleyc64v2_fullsize.png|Commodore 64<br />[//{{SERVERNAME}}/files/layouts/ssa/ssa_skins/muttley-commodore64-alt/
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  • ...PU=ARM7 RISC|Sound Chip=67 MHz Yamaha AICA with 32-bit ARM7 RISC CPU core, 64 channels|Memory=16 MB RAM, 8 MB video RAM, 2 MB audio RAM|Controllers=Analo ...e sixth generation of video game consoles, preceding Sony's PlayStation 2, Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox. The Dreamcast was Sega's final home consol
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  • ...ineup of home video game consoles. It primarily competed with the Nintendo 64 and the Sega Saturn as part of the fifth generation of video game consoles.
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  • ...months before its scheduled release date. After the debut of the Nintendo 64 in late 1996, the Saturn rapidly lost market share in the U.S., where it wa
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  • ...igned to compete with the existing 16-bit consoles (Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System) and the 32-bit 3DO Interactive Multiplayer platform (
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  • * '''Emulators for post 16-bit era systems''', such as the Nintendo 64, Sony PlayStation, and beyond. These systems have controllers with upwards
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