With trademark news that hints at a potential N64 Classic Edition in our future, I thought I’d give my predictions on what we might see on an Nintendo 64 Mini. Games discussed: -Diddy Kong Racing -Donkey Kong 64 -Goldeneye -Ocarina of Time -Majora’s Mask -Mario 64 -Paper Mario -Mario Kart 64 -Mario Tennis -Mario Party […]
Since the announcement of the SNES Classic Edition, I’ve been thinking a lot about the future of the Classic line and Virtual Console. Will there be an N64 Classic? What about GameBoy? Will we ever get Switch Virtual Console? Here are my thoughts and predictions on these burning issues.
Ranking all 11 of Goldeneye’s multiplayer levels, from worst to first. What are your favourites? Levels discussed: Temple, Complex, Caves, Library, Basement, Stack, Facility, Bunker, Archives, Caverns, and Egyptian.
Over the course of this series, we’ve discussed how various series and genres changed with the transition from 2D to 3D gameplay. Some struggled, some succeeded, some had to be totally reinvented. Perhaps no series though made as seamless or as brilliant a transition as The Legend of Zelda. Ocarina of Time is regularly called […]
In seasons 1 and 2 of the show, we covered the SNES and GameCube – systems that allowed developers to improve on the concepts laid down in preceding generations. The N64 though was of a revolutionary generation. With 3D graphics, the way that games were made before no longer applied. In order to make a […]
Today, we launch into the top 3 N64 games, and you know, there’s something extra special about these last three games – they aren’t “just” the best games for the N64, or even “just” some of the best games ever made. No, these three games were revolutionary. These three titles shaped the way video games […]
As you venture How do you follow up Ocarina of Time? One of the most ground-break, popular, and beloved games of all time? With Majora’s Mask. Majora’s Mask begins with young Link as he ventures deep into the woods searching for his fairy Navi following the events of Ocarina of Time. But he’s met with […]
The list so far: The Definitive 50 N64 Games Following GoldenEye’s blow-out success, the obvious choice for Rare would have been to continue with the Bond license. But the team opted to follow the game up with something that would be wholly its own creation – and gave us Perfect Dark. Imagine a complete game […]
The list so far: The Definitive 50 N64 Games Super Smash Bros. It’s a series that has come to represent the very best in multiplayer gaming on Nintendo systems. Although the series is now better remembered for its appearance on GameCube, and is now inextricably linked to the GameCube’s controllers, the series got its start […]
The list so far: The Definitive 50 N64 Games Mario 64 was an undeniable revolution in video game design. Although it would take Nintendo’s internal teams an entire generation to produce a follow-up, their partners at Rare took the concept and ran with it, giving us Banjo Kazooie. Banjo Kazooie isn’t “just another” Rare collectathon. […]
The list so far: The Definitive 50 N64 Games The original Star Fox, with help from the Super FX chip, pushed the limits of the Super Nintendo. It demonstrated the potential of polygonal graphics, and offered a tantalizing glimpse of what the future had in store. Unfortunately, it was also just too much for the […]
The list so far: The Definitive 50 N64 Games Square’s decision to move the Final Fantasy franchise to the PlayStation was a devastating blow to the N64. The move represented a sea change that saw most of Japan’s top developers, all long-time Nintendo supporters, shift focus to Sony’s platform. One of the biggest difficulties that […]