Nintendo Flare
The console's logo.
Developer(s) Molten Blaze Studios
Console Type Home console
Generation 9th generation
Release Date(s)
January 11, 2015
Backward Compatibility Wii U, Wii, GameCube, DS, 3DS
Predecessor Wii U
Successor None yet

The Nintendo Flare is a console developed by Molten Blaze Studios. It is a normal console, but has many different extra controllers, like the Virtual Flare. It has 4K graphics.


Nintendo Flare Controller

The Nintendo Flare Controller is basically a chargable but wireless GameCube Controller, with motion-sensing and the buttons A, B, X, Y, 1, 2, +/Start, -/Select, CL, CR, ZL, ZR, Home, the D-Pad, and 2 joysticks. This is the controller used to play GameCube games.

Blazing Wand/Blazing Orb

Basically the Wiimote and Nunchuk, only they have more buttons, such as the X and Y buttons below A and B. You play Wii and Wii U games with this.

Virtual Flare

The Virtual Flare is like the Oculus Rift, a headset you strap around yourself that projects images. There is also a Nintendo Flare Controller wired to it.

Dual Gamepad

Basically a Gamepad-sized 2DS, this is used to play DS, 3DS and Wii U games. There can be 4 at the same time, each one counting as a DS, so you can play with your friends on 1 system with 1 cartridge. There is also a touchscreen on the bottom screen and a 3D gauge for 3DS games.


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