Game reviews from the N64, Nintendo 64, cartridge based games console.
Yo. For much of June, I blasted through both Paper Mario and Paper Mario 2. Now, this is my third full-run of the N64 classic, but the Thousand-Year
Door is a game I bought just recently. Now, after finishing both of them, I’m going to give you my hard opinion on both of them, mostly unbiased (The
nostalgia factor in the first may get in the way…), too.
Possibly the weirdest Mario title of all time. Mario gets squished into a pinball to save also-pinballed Princess Peach?! I don’t get it either. Well,
let’s see how it goes.
1080° Snowboarding is a snowboard-racing title developed and produced by our beloved Nintendo for the Nintendo 64.
Donkey Kong 64. This game was a highly anticipated sequel to the Donkey Kong Country series for the SNES, which was very successful back in the mid 1990′s. This game also lets you choose from five different Kongs to play with.
Mario Party 3 is another installment in the Mario party series and the last on the N64.
Mario must stop the evil King of the Koopas in Mario’s first 3-D Adventure.
Pilotwings is a fantastic game and just continues to show how amazing the 64 is.
The third installment in Nintendo’s futuristic racing series, F-Zero X doesn’t disappoint
I’m back with one of the most controversial Zelda in the history of this franchise, Majora’s Mask.
This game is a must-play for all Zelda fans
This game is a great sequel to OOT.
Some consider SuperMan: 64 one of the worst games of all time. The bad controls and terrible gameplay makes this game one of the worst ways to spend money imaginable.
Super Mario 64 is one of the greatest Mario games of all time. It began a new era in 3D platforming and opened new possibilities.
The Legend of Zelda’s jump to the N64 never looked or played so good. The Ocarina of Time is the most influential game in the Legend of Zelda series and in gaming history.
One of the first First Person Shooters on the Nintendo 64 and some consider GoldenEye 007 the greatest of all time.