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Nintendo 64 Bio Sensor

A game console peripheral for Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64 Bio Sensor

The Nintendo 64 Bio Sensor was created by SETA and was a device that was connected to the Nintendo 64 controller with a wire and clip on the other end. The clip was designed to be placed over one's ear in order to allow games to measure the player's heart rate.

Manufacturer
SETA
Release Date
November 1998 (Japan only)
Peripheral For
Nintendo 64
Best Known For
Tetris 64

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