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Nintendo 64DD (Dynamic Drive) (1999 - 2000)

The 64DD (for Dynamic Drive) was a floppy disc peripheral for the Nintendo 64, and was introduced by Nintendo in 1999.

It was intended to be Nintendo’s answer to the cheaper-to-produce CD-ROM that was used for the rival Sony PlayStation. The discs for the 64DD were rewritable and had a storage capacity of 64 MB. The games on normal Nintendo 64 ROM cartridges could al

It was a commercial failure, and only ten titles were released for it. It was never released outside Japan, and was discontinued in 2000.