Best Nintendo Consoles

Best Nintendo Consoles Ranking System:

1) NINTENDO 64 (N64)

The most popular video game console ever made. This console was released in 1996 and sold over 10 million units worldwide. It is one of the first games consoles with a built-in internet connection, which allowed users to play online against other players around the world. The N64 could also connect to a television via HDMI cable. This console was the main competitor of Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).

It is considered as one of the greatest gaming systems ever created.


Released in 1989, it was the successor of the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It was designed to compete with Sony’s PlayStation. The SGB had many improvements over its predecessor, such as faster processor speed and larger hard drive capacity. Also, it featured a built-in cartridge slot and a built-in TV tuner. It was the second generation of video game consoles after the release of Nintendo 64.


The Nintendo DS is a dual-screen handheld game console released by Nintendo in 2004. This was the first of the company’s devices to feature two screens of any type. It features two touch screen monitor and built-in Wifi. It is one of the most popular gaming consoles ever made. It offers a great gaming experience with its more than 3,000 games.

It sold nearly 60 million units worldwide. It has sold more than the Nintendo Wii and Super Nintendo combined.


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The Nintendo Wii is a home video game console released by Nintendo in 2006. The first time motion controls were used in an interactive way by the gaming industry. It has been one of the most popular consoles ever made. It is the highest selling console for over four years, selling nearly 100 million units. It sold more than the Nintendo DS and Super Nintendo combined.

It has the best-selling sensor of all time, with nearly 25 million units sold. The Wii is one of the first consoles to bring motion-controlled games to the global market.


The Nintendo Fragile is a handheld game console released by Nintendo in 2002. It was the first of its kind. It was designed to compete with similar devices. The fragile is a single-screen handheld video game console with a touch screen. It was the first console to use the Nintendo Gamecube disc format.

It has a built-in battery and internal flash memory. It offers more than 2,000 games and supports the expansion pack giving it an extra 512mb of storage.


The Nintendo Game Watch is a series of handheld electronic games produced by Nintendo. They were the first game watches released in the 1980’s. The series was originally manufactured by Nintendo. It consists of a number of LCD games that could be played on an LCD screen. It has two buttons and a directional pad on the front.

It was the first ever gaming platform with interchangeable cartridges. These games made use of an anode ray tube to produce graphics. The most popular game was a version of the classic arcade game, Donkey Kong.


The Nintendo DS is a dual-screen handheld game console developed and released by Nintendo. It has two screens, both touch screen. On the flip side of each touch screen is a row of buttons. Both screens can show the same image or each can show a different image. The DS has two screens to provide a more visually interesting experience than its predecessor, the Game Boy Advance.

The DS is the first and only handheld video game console with two screens.

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The Nintendo 3DS is a portable game console made by Nintendo. It succeeds the Nintendo DS line. It was released in 2011 and has two screens, both of which are touch screen. It has three dimension capabilities built-in. The system supports 3D images without the need for 3D glasses.

It also has a camera and can connect to the internet. The 3DS uses a tablet-like form factor rather than the old school Game Boy Advance design of its predecessors. The top screen is all touchscreen while the bottom screen has physical buttons.

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