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ABCC 24-11-2002 01:29

GameBoy64 ????
 
A new rumour has emerged from Japan regarding Nintendo's next-generation handheld console.According to reports in the Ottawa Sun newspaper, Nintendo is currently trying to squeeze the Nintendo 64 into handheld form, complete with the now obligatory back-lit LCD screen.Nintendo has already confirmed that a new handheld console is "well into development" though it remains to be seen whether a portable N64, surely a dream machine, is in the pipeline.

XxCrashxX 24-11-2002 12:48

sweet
 
man thats sweet I bet it will be friggin expensive though


Man it sux nobody talks on this part of the forum


Hey if anyones has any good n64 rom sites
pm me

thanx

Quall999 04-12-2002 17:41

I wouldn't be surprised. They managed to make a handheld out of the nes, and snes quite sometime ago, around the time the n64 console came out. If they came out with it before next summer, I'd say they are right on schedule.

Muskusrat 08-12-2002 13:36

Re: GameBoy64 ????
 
Quote:

Originally posted by ABCC
A new rumour has emerged from Japan regarding Nintendo's next-generation handheld console.According to reports in the Ottawa Sun newspaper, Nintendo is currently trying to squeeze the Nintendo 64 into handheld form, complete with the now obligatory back-lit LCD screen.Nintendo has already confirmed that a new handheld console is "well into development" though it remains to be seen whether a portable N64, surely a dream machine, is in the pipeline.
Well I think this will be realistic for the next generation of handhelds. But the roumered GameBoy Advance + which should come out around christmas 2002 can't be it.

Anyway don't forget that the competition in japan on the handheld market is realy big and the gameboy advance isn't the most powerfull handheld by far in japan. That is why they are bringing out the gameboy advance + (2)

marioman 06-07-2004 06:39

Nintendo DS
 
I think your talking about the NIntendo DS they're remaking some games from N64 and its N64 quality at on $200 (price subject to change) :D

ABCC 06-07-2004 21:49

actually , yes, but i posted this i think a year ago lol

AXmichigan 07-07-2004 00:48

hehe yea....

crazygamelover 03-08-2004 00:28

this thread is almost ancient now! :p

dannydesiliva 05-09-2009 00:20

Game boy 64
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ABCC (Post 126526)
A new rumour has emerged from Japan regarding Nintendo's next-generation handheld console.According to reports in the Ottawa Sun newspaper, Nintendo is currently trying to squeeze the Nintendo 64 into handheld form, complete with the now obligatory back-lit LCD screen.Nintendo has already confirmed that a new handheld console is "well into development" though it remains to be seen whether a portable N64, surely a dream machine, is in the pipeline.

To some extent from readin some of the message boards latelky it seems the general concensous is Nintendo shall offer a Nintendo64-quality Gameboy wihtin a year or so, as its counter to Sony's gravely forthcoming PSP.

Do you feel N64 is well enuogh to be the basis of the next Gameboy?

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NZavaloff 11-07-2013 09:20

Nintendo has already confirmed that a new handheld console is "well into development" though it remains to be seen whether a portable N64, surely a dream machine, is in the pipeline.

Bafalov 03-02-2014 22:37

To some extent from readin some of the message boards latelky it seems the general concensous is Nintendo shall offer a Nintendo64-quality Gameboy wihtin a year or so, as its counter to Sony's gravely forthcoming PSP.


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