Nintendo has been tapping into their large collection of memorable titles ever since the Wii introduces the Virtual Console back in 2006. For the first time, gamers could download nostalgic games from every previous Nintendo console ever released. Nintendo continued this trend with the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS and are now planning how they’ll implement this idea for the Switch.
Last year, Nintendo took things a step further by releasing the NES Classic Edition. For only $60 (if you could find one) you’d get a small NES console packed with 30 titles. This year the SNES, the console Nintendo used to dominate the early 90s, will be getting the same treatment.
Naturally, fans have been speculating as to whether a N64 Classic Edition would also happen. If you’re one of them, good news: the European Intellectual Property Office has new listings for various Nintendo controllers. This includes a new controller patent for the Nintendo 64, which could mean that a Nintendo 64 Classic is in the works.
Super Mario 64, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and GoldenEye 007 are a few of the many amazing N64 titles we might see included with the new device. You can see the trademark application images here.
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