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Nintendo 64
Released: June 1996 (JPN)
Announced
Generation: Fifth generation
Price: N64 price
Units shipped: {{{sales}}}
Best-selling games: Super Mario 64, 11 million (as of May 21, 2003)

Nintendo 64 (codenamed Project Reality and Ultra 64[1]) is Nintendo's third console and first that ventured into 3-d. It was followed by the GameCube.

As of March 31, 2005, the N64 has sold 32.92 million units; 5.54 million units in Japan, 20.63 million in the Americas, and 6.75 million in other regions.[1][2]

Nintendo 64 sales figuresEdit

Nintendo 64 sales figures (based on official financial reports)[2]
Date ending Quarterly sales Total sales Source
1997 fiscal year sales (ending Mar 31, 1997) 5.80 5.80 [3]
1998 fiscal year sales (ending Mar 31, 1998) 9.42 15.22 [3]
1999 fiscal year sales (ending Mar 31, 1999) 7.86 23.08 [3]
2000 fiscal year sales (ending Mar 31, 2000) 6.49 29.57 [3]
6 months (Apr00-Sep00) 0.80 30.37 [3]
6 months (Oct00-Mar01) 2.05 32.42 [4]
2001 fiscal year sales (ending Mar 31, 2001) 2.85 32.42 [3][5]
6 months (Apr01-Sep01) 0.29 32.71 [6]
6 months (Oct01-Mar02) 0.21 32.92 [7]
2002 fiscal year sales (ending Mar 31, 2002) 0.50 32.92 [3][8]
  • United States
    • 11 weeks: 1.5 million [9] (SNES sold 1.5m in seven months)
    • April 1997 - ~2 million [10]
    • End of 1998 - 7 million[4]

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

Fifth generation of video games
PlayStation · Nintendo 64 · Sega Saturn · Game Boy Color

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