Rumors supporting the opposite were strong, however, after obtaining a patent in Japan last May by Nintendo. The documents accompanying the patent mention a “television game machine”, “video games” and a “game machine gamepad” and the word “N64” .
A few months later, the European Union Intellectual Property Office approved the registration of a logo representing the iconic Nintendo 64 controller.
Nintendo has already taken advantage of the wave of nostalgia that has hit the video game industry in recent years by launching miniature reissues of two retro consoles: the NES in 2016 and the SNES in 2017. These two consoles were a huge success.
Many observers and players felt that Nintendo would lauch : a Nintendo 64 miniature console.
Sorry, but Its all a rumor!