Over the past couple of years, Nintendo made its beloved 8-bit and 16-bit consoles, the NES and SNES, available in modern avatars with preloaded games for fans of the originals. Now, Nintendo Life reports that a similar effort with the Nintendo 64 might be underway. That’s from a Japanese trademark application for the N64 that Nintendo has reportedly filed, based on JapaneseNintendo.com’s post. It’s worth noting that the company previously applied for a similar trademark in Europe last year, as well as one for the Game Boy, and nothing materialized then. But with just weeks to go before the E3…

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