5 Great Nintendo 64 Games - IMPLANTgamesOn today's video I present 5 Great Nintendo 64 Games, enjoy!Read More
F-Zero X is a futuristic racer, developed by Nintendo, and released on the N64 in 1998. The game was well-received at the time, but criticized for it's lack of detail in the graphics department.Read More
Dr. Mario 64 was the final Mario game to grace the N64 game console in North America. It's also a sequel to one of my favorite puzzle games of all time, Dr. Mario.
Being a budget title for a dying system released in the spring of 2001, Dr. Mario 64 didn't garner much excitement upon release. As a retro title however, it's fantastic.
Wipeout 64 was developed by the Sony-owned Psygnosis, and debuted on the Nintendo 64 in 1998. The game was released just after the immensely popular F-Zero X, and gamers at the time would spend the rest of the holiday season arguing over which was better.Read More
Ridge Racer 64 was developed by Namco and Nintendo Software Technology, and released on the Nintendo 64, in 2000. Curiously enough, this one was never released in Japan...
Like the games before it, Ridge Racer 64 is an arcade style racing game, oozing with style, and placing an emphasis firmly on drifting.
Wave Race 64 is a jet ski racing game, developed by Nintendo and released on the N64 in late 1996. The game was a critical and commercial hit, becoming a million-seller for Nintendo. As a result, this game is incredibly easy to find, and cheap to buy.Read More
Star Soldier: Vanishing Earth is a vertical scrolling shmup developed by Hudson Soft and released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998. It is one of the few shooters released on the N64, and one of the even fewer, to ever be released in North America.Read More
Mickey’s Speedway USA is a kart racer developed by Rare and released for the Nintendo 64 back in 2000. It was released three years after the well-received Diddy Kong Racing, and gamers were hopeful for yet another awesome kart racer for Nintendo’s aging console.Read More