|Nintendo Power Box|
| 22nd January, 2016 (Europe) |
22nd January, 2016 (Japan)
25th March, 2016 (Brazil)
25th March, 2016 (North America)
|Up to six players|
|Backward Compatibility|| GameCube |
|Predecessor|| Wii U |
The console was revealed in October 2014. Nintendo and Power Team made an agreement in December the previous year on plans to develope a joint-venture console. On 11 January 2015, Power Team announced they will be releasing this console in Brazil. The console was revealed at E3 2015. The Power Remote was announced on 14th July 2015.
The Power Box features up to six players. Each player has a specific colour; red for Player 1, blue for Player 2, green for Player 3, yellow for Player 4, black for Player 5 and white for Player 6.
The Power Box's controller has a block with a screen attached to the controller by a wire. It can be shaken and can make various events happen. This is called the Mini Block.
The Power Box also has a remote called the Power Remote. It lets you record gameplay and upload it to YouTube. All info is saved on the Power Box's data, and up to 6 hours can be stored. These are currently being sold in the UK at £4.99.
Games in italics are completed.
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