Tag Archives: N64

While Madden 2000 looked like it was trying to revitalise the series, Madden 2001 just comes across as a more clinical version, with the smooth white UI still used today and less focus on the silly elements (although some of the silly teams…

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The most interesting thing about this prototype is that there was little information about the game itself until the protype was found on a dev cartridge, with only this and a few bits of concept art being all we know about the game.…

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Shortly before Turok 2 came out, Half-Life released PC, with a big focus on a linear, but more cinematic, first person shooter. This was too late to have any influence on Turok 2, but it’s clear to see the influence of Half-Life on…

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The third of the Rush games on N64, heading back to San Francisco but given a sci-fi spin with bright neon lights and fast cars with wings. It’s another arcade racer whose best mode is still the “practice” mode, where you can explore…

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The last in the Mario Artist series, and the final 64DD game. That said, it goes off on a high note as this model-making software has some interesting bonus modes. The software itself is a bit finnicky, and I found it difficult to…

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For this year’s Quarterback Club (with its shortened name), Iguana took a break and gave the game to High Voltage Software. I would guess this was so they could spend a bit more time on the GameCube (and PS2) version of the franchise,…

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Hercules: The Legendary Journeys is a TV show that people tend to forget even existed, so much that I always thought that Hercules was a spin-off of the much more popular Xena: Warrior Princess, not the other way round. Xena was a show…

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Another finished game that ended up getting cancelled on the N64. Sydney 2000 released on PlayStation, PC and Dreamcast and was due to be released on N64, but cancelled at last minute before ordering cartridges. This is very similar to International Track &…

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This is the third video game based on the 1953 Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century short film, with the previous two omitting the “Duck Dodgers” name and just being called “Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions” on SNES and “Daffy Duck” on Game…

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Turn-based RPGs are not my kind of game, yet Paper Mario has so much charm that I can still adore the game . My first experience of Paper Mario was on the Wii Virtual Console, where I remember getting to a lava boss.…

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