N64 component cables are finally coming to the Xbox One
N64 console cables are here.
At least for now.
N64 consoles now support component cables.
That’s good news for those who want to hook up to a game console without having to get creative with the wires and cables.
It also means that a lot of gamers who want the highest-quality cables and cables for their games will now have a more reliable option.
And the Xbox team has been pretty vocal about its interest in providing cable replacement parts for the system.
“The N64 cable system is very similar to the Nintendo DS, which was designed to allow for multiple console ports at once,” said N64 project manager Josh Silverman in a statement.
“There are a few differences though.
The N64 system requires the use of a USB 3.0 Type-A connector, while the Nintendo console requires a USB 2.0 connector, which can be replaced by the newer USB 3 type-C connector.
So we’re working with Nintendo to develop the new cable system for the Xbox, with support for both the N64 and Nintendo systems.”
You can find more info on the Xbox Wire Replacement Program here.
N 64 cable replacement program Here’s a quick video that explains how to get started: