The Nintendo Wii is a home video game console released on November 19, 2006. The Wii's main selling point was the innovative use of motion controls that its signature Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers allowed for. It became the best selling home console of its respective generation of hardware.
Launched on November 19, 2006
Hosts 1418 games
The Nintendo Wii U, the follow-up to the monstrously popular Nintendo Wii console, launched in North America on November 18th 2012.
Launched on November 18, 2012
Hosts 347 games
A Handheld gaming device from Bandai. The system was noteworthy for supporting play on the system vertically or horizontally, depending on the particular game.
Launched on December 09, 2000
Hosts 64 games
The Wii Shop Channel is Nintendo's way of digitally distributing games. It includes WiiWare for newly developed games, as well as the Virtual Console for classic titles from various consoles and arcade systems.
Launched on November 01, 2006
Hosts 906 games
The WonderSwan was a Japan-only handheld game system that had a fairly large library of games and many accessories.
Launched on March 01, 1999
Hosts 59 games
Windows Phone allows mobile games to tie into Microsoft's existing Xbox Live infrastructure, including accounts, avatars, and achievements.
Launched on November 14, 2010
Hosts 288 games
The Watara Supervision (known as the QuickShot Supervision in the UK) is a handheld with a Game Boy-like form factor. It was originally released in 1992.
Launched on January 01, 1992
Hosts 11 games