Nintendo 64 System, with the Expasnion Pack Included. A $20 value.
The System also comes with one Controller, AV Cables, and the AC
Adaptor. Comes with a 90 day warranty from
Released in 1996, the Nintendo 64 was the first
system with 64-bit graphics and built-in four player gaming potential.
Masterpieces such as Super Mario 64 and Super Smash Bros helped sell
over 32 million N64 systems worldwide.
The Nintendo 64 commonly called the N64,
is Nintendo's third home video game console for the international
market. The N64 was released on June 23, 1996 in Japan, September 29,
1996 in North America and Puerto Rico, March 1, 1997 in
Europe/Australia and September 1, 1997 in France. It was released with
only two launch games in Japan and North America (Super Mario 64 and PilotWings 64) while the PAL region had a third launch title in the form of Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (which was released earlier in the other markets). The Nintendo 64 cost $199 at launch in the United States.
The N64 was first publicly introduced on November 24, 1995 as the Nintendo Ultra 64at the 7th Annual Shoshinkai Software Exhibition in Japan (though
preview pictures from the Nintendo "Project Ultra" console had been
published in American magazines as early as June 1993). The first
published photos from the event were presented on the web via coverage
by Game Zero magazine two days after the event. Official coverage by Nintendo soon followed a few weeks later on the nascent Nintendo Power website, and then in volume 85 of their print magazine.
During the developmental stages the N64 was referred to by its code
name, Project Ultra. The name Project Ultra came from the speculation
within Nintendo that this console could produce CGI on par with
then-current supercomputers. Once unveiled to the public the name
changed to Nintendo Ultra 64. Nintendo dropped "Ultra" from the name on
February 1, 1996, just months before its Japanese debut due to the word
"Ultra" being trademarked by another company, Konami for their Ultra