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This is the complete North American Nintendo 64 launch set:

  1. Nintendo 64 Control Deck
  2. Nintendo 64 Control Deck box
  3. Nintendo 64 Control Deck Styrofoam insert
  4. Nintendo 64 Control Deck instruction manual
  5. Nintendo 64 Consumer Information and Precautions booklet
  6. Nintendo 64 Registration Card
  7. Nintendo 64 manual bag
  8. Nintendo 64 AC adapter
  9. Nintendo 64 RF modulator
  10. Nintendo 64 RF switch
  11. Nintendo 64 A/V cable
  12. S-VHS cable
  13. Nintendo 64 controller
  14. Nintendo 64 RF bag
  15. Nintendo 64 game bag
  16. Nintendo 64 accessory bag
  17. Nintendo 64 Launch Set bag
  18. Pilotwings 64 CIB
  19. Super Mario 64 CIB
  20. Super Mario 64 Player's Guide
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Maybe he just copy and pasted the line details and didn't notice that he included that text?  I can't exactly recall, but I remember when the Gameshark came out, it was well after launch.  I quickly grabbed one.  It was pre-loaded with codes and there were at least 50 titles in it.  It'd be hard to have Gameshark codes without the Gameshark and I also highly doubt that Interact (or whomever made the Gameshark) had a dev license to be able to reverse-engineer the system and make such a device at launch, especially before games were released.

But, to be clear, @OP, that's a great list.  It really seems accurate to me.  Being the nerd that I was, when I went over to my buddies house (which was like once a week) I packed up my N64 every time, and I saw all of the inserts every time.  This seems like a very accurate list.  I'm just curious about the Gameshark bit.

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7 hours ago, RH said:

Maybe he just copy and pasted the line details and didn't notice that he included that text?  I can't exactly recall, but I remember when the Gameshark came out.  I quickly grabbed one.  It was pre-loaded with codes and there were at least 50 titles in it.  It'd be hard to have Gameshark codes without the Gameshark and I also highly doubt that Interact (or whomever made the Gameshark) had a dev license to be able to reverse-engineer the system and make such a device.

But, to be clear, @OP, that's a great list.  It really seems accurate to me.  Being the nerd that I was, when I went over to my buddies house (which was like once a week) I packed up my N64 every time, and I saw all of the inserts every time.  This seems like a very accurate list.  I'm just curious about the Gameshark bit.

I added the GameShark code lists for fun.

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