TES 64 (Nintendo 64)

Company: Ninvento
Best Audience: Young
License Cost: 200K
Development Cost: 60K
Release dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y9 M2 W1  Y10 M6 W2  Y12 M4 W4
Discontinue dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y13 M5 W4  Y15 M6 W3  Y18 M5 W2

The Ninvento Entertainment System 64 (TES 64) is the last release in the TES series and the 4th platform release by Ninvento. The platform is the successor to the Super TES. The TES 64 is rivalling against both the Playsystem and the Playsystem 2 by Vonny. It also competes against the mBox by Mirconoft and the DreamVast by Vena

The TES 64 has a mediocre release, despite having the most advanced processors. It doesn't outsell any of its main competitors.

The TES 64 is the last released console to use ROM cartridges. It is the only console of this generation to use them.

Target Audience Well-fitting: Young (x1)

Non-fitting: Everyone (x0.8), Mature (x0.7)

Technical Specifications Edit

  • CPU: 64-bit MEC VR4300
  • Sound: Digital Signal Processor

Industry NewsEdit

  • "Ninvento announced their next generation console called TES 64 today. Expected in two months it is the world's first gaming console to sport 64-bit processors for graphics and audio. Ninvento said this will allow never-before-seen 3D realism. In recent years the Super TES has lost a lot of market share to more modern consoles. Market experts said that the hardware of the TES 64 is surely impressive, but expressed their surprise that it still uses ROM cartridges instead of the much cheaper and higher capacity CD-ROM format. Nevertheless, the TES 64 seems like an impressive console and Ninvento has said that it plans to aggressively price it against Vonny's Playsystem ." - Year 8, Month 12, Week 1