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|Developer(s)||Zeta Labs, Nintendo|
|Product Family||Nintendo Silver|
|Console Type||Home console|
|Storage||16 GB (12 GB for games)|
| June 9, 2018.|
June 10, 2018.
June 11, 2018.
June 30, 2018.
|Media||Blu-ray, DVD, CD|
|Backward Compatibility|| Nintendo Silver|
Wii (through Virtual Console)
Gamecube (through Virtual Console)
Nintendo 64 (through Virtual Console)
Super Nintendo (through Virtual Console)
NES (through Virtual Console)
Nintendo Cobalt is a home video game console developed by Zeta Labs , being their second collaboration after the creation of Nintendo Silver and it is the second console of the Nintendo Silver family, continuing the trend with the consoles named after minerals. It is set for release in June 2018. The Zeta Cobalt features an improved graphics engine and it is built around being an easy console for developers, both big developers and independent, so that they can easily develop games for the Cobalt.
The Zeta Cobalt supports the Unreal Engine 4, Unity 5, CryEngine 3 and Frostbite 3. The Cobalt also features backwards compability with the Nintendo Silver and the Wii U. The launch games for the system are Mario & Luigi: Power-Up Panic, New Super Mario Bros. Cobalt and Super Smash Bros. Rift.
The Zeta Cobalt controller is the first controller since the Gamecube to not use motion-based controller. The controller is a wireless controller featuring an analog stick, a C-stick and six face button alongside four shoulder button. The C-Stick also serves as a D-Pad in games that allows the usage of the D-Pad.
Two extra buttons were added on the front of the controller to serve as the button inputs to smaller tasks in games, such as the brining up maps, quests, changing weapons and etc.
The buttons use greek letters as a reference towards one of the companies behind the creation of the Zeta Cobalt, Zeta Labs named after a greek letter as well.
Zeta Cobalt's software is known as the CobaltOS, which allows the player to create a quick boot menu, which when the console is turned on, it will go to the quick boot menu, allowing players to be able to change the theme on the front, by either downloading on Cobalt's eShop or by using a SD card. The players then can insert icons which represents the contents installed in the system, allowing for a quick start in the player's games. This feature can be turned off if the player wants.
The full menu is similar to the Nintendo Silver's, but it features more spaces to store more content, thanks to the Cobalt's extra memory, which is double the amount of the Nintendo Silver Gold's memory.
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