N intendo applied this week a trademark registrati applicati for the N64, fueling speculati that the company could release a Nintendo 64 Classic csole in the coming mths.
The trademark, filed a few days ago first spotted and translated by Japanese Nintendo covers the Nintendo 64 csole itself, as well as its game software, ctroller and joystick
While applicatis like this are pretty routine and do not necessarily make For future products, the timing of this brand is quite disturbing. E3, the biggest show in the video game industry, is ly a few weeks away. If the moment is ideal for Nintendo to announce a classic N64, it would be this week
Nintendo has, until now, released two mini versis of icic gaming systems – the NES Classic in 2016, and the SNES Classic a year later. Both throwback csoles were launched with massive fanfare and became overnight hits with game fans.
Judging by the extremely positive respse to nostalgic csoles, it is interesting to know that Nintendo could expand its "Classic" range. A miniaturized versi of the Nintendo 64 seems to be the next logical step in the series. (Although the idea of a Game Boy Classic is just as exciting.)
As further evidence of an "N64 Classic", the Japanese company has filed a graphic brand in Europe l & # 39, last summer. The mark covered an ic, the signature ctroller of the N64, in the same style of art as the NES Classic logo.