Category Archives: N64

Pokémon Stadium 2 is, once again, a great companion piece for the handheld games, this time for Pokémon Gold & Silver. All the Pokémon are lovingly rendered and animated in 3D, with some great tough challenges to take your ultimate squad though. Stadium…

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Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker was a direct-to-DVD movie based on the Batman Beyond (or Batman of the Future) cartoon, which stars a new Batman taking over from an older Bruce Wayne. The videogame adaptation takes a couple of stills from the film…

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The concept of WCW Backstage Assault is fine: take the backstage fighting that was a bonus in other wresting games, and dial the craziness up, knocking things off the wall and letting you smash your opponent into urinals or smacking them on the…

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F1 Racing Championship is often said to be one of the few PAL exclusive N64 games, but that’s not entirely true. F1 Racing Championship also got a release in Brazil, which is where things get interesting. The name of the TV signals in…

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Donald Duck: Going Quatckers (or Quack Attatck in Europe) is a Crash Bandicoot-inspired platform game. While a few N64 platformers have used the Crash style for a single level (such as Tarzan or Blues Brothers), this is the first out-and-out Crash Bandicoot clone,…

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As evident from my reviews of the first two Mario Party games, I’m not the best person to talk about this series, as I don’t like the main core roll & move mechanic used in the boards. The boards feel the same to…

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Towards the end of the N64’s life, Dinosaur Planet was looking extremely promising – it was going to be Rare’s take on Ocarina of Time, then all of a sudden things went quiet until it resurfaced as Star Fox Adventures on the GameCube.…

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I had no idea that there were so many games for kids at the end of the N64’s life. It makes some sense, the consoles were cheaper or handed down to younger children. What’s more baffling is why a publisher and developer would…

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Dance Dance Revolution is a popular rhythm arcade game that has received many different versions. In the arcade, you have a sturdy dance platform with arrows that you have to step on based on on-screen arrows. For home console releases, the games were…

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Adding the word “64” to a game name ended up not meaning anything. Some games used it to denote a game specifically made for the N64, some for a new entry in a series for the N64, while others used it for direct…

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