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The '''Nokia N-Gage''' was [[wikipedia:Nokia|Nokia]]'s short-lived attempt at penetrating the handheld video games market. It combined a smartphone with a handheld video game console that accepted "cartridges", which in this case are actually games stored on commodity [[wikipedia:MultiMediaCard|MultiMediaCard]]s. Two models were made; both failed. [[Sega]] provided some third-party support during the platform's life.
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==Sega games on the N-Gage==
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*''[[Alien Front]]'' (Cancelled)
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*''[[Pocket Kingdom: Own the World]]'' (2004)
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*''[[Puyo Pop (N-Gage)|Puyo Pop]]'' (2003)
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*''[[Sega Rally Championship (N-Gage)|Sega Rally Championship]]'' (2004)
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*''[[SonicN]]'' (2003)
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*''[[Super Monkey Ball Jr.|Super Monkey Ball]]'' (2003)
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*''[[Virtua Cop]]'' (Cancelled)
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*''[[Virtua Tennis (N-Gage)|Virtua Tennis]]'' (2004)
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==References==
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[[Category:Post-Sega Consoles]]
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Latest revision as of 12:34, 27 April 2019

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N-Gage
Manufacturer: Nokia
Variants: N-Gage QD
Release Date RRP Code
N-Gage
US
2003-06-10[1] $299[2] ?



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The Nokia N-Gage was Nokia's short-lived attempt at penetrating the handheld video games market. It combined a smartphone with a handheld video game console that accepted "cartridges", which in this case are actually games stored on commodity MultiMediaCards. Two models were made; both failed. Sega provided some third-party support during the platform's life.

Sega games on the N-Gage

References


Non-Sega consoles
Nintendo
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Mobile
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Other
Atari 2600 (1977) | ColecoVision (1982) | R-Zone (1995) | Game.com (1997) | Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999) | N-Gage (2003) | LeapFrog Didj (2008)