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The Nintendo 64 (codenamed Project Reality and Ultra 64[1]) is Nintendo's third home console and first that ventured into 3D. It was followed by the Nintendo GameCube in 2001. Production of the N64 ended in 2002 in Japan and 2003 worldwide.

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]

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