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Harvest Moon 64 Retrospective

Farming, raising cattle, mining, fishing, and marrying the girl of your dreams… what a sweet life. A slice of life farming simulator where the worst that happens is the death of a grandmother or perhaps the animals and the departure your friends. These elements are in essence what make Harvest Moon 64 such a special […]

Last Legion UX – Fan Translation of Nintendo 64 Game Released in English

Last Legion UX is a third person action fighting game that was developed by Yuke’s and published by Hudson in 1999 for the Nintendo 64. The game is a fighting game in the same vein as Virtual On, where players get to equip their mechs with different weapons, different combinations, and pit against each other […]

Link’s Awakening Re-Imagined Using Ocarina of Time on Nintendo 64

When we hear about a cool mod or hack it is more often than not simply a character swap or something.  Sega’s Streets of Rage 2 is a popular subject of fan mods (we have covered more than a few here).  What about the other side of hacks and mods though, the side where the […]

Fan Mod Super Mario 64 Last Impact Released

Super Mario and Nintendo are synonymous with video games.  You don’t have to be a Nintendo fan to know who Mario is.  The legions of fans that not only remember Mario but also want more fun in the series is almost incalculable.  One fan named Kaze has taken his fandom of Nintendo and Super Mario […]

Super Mario Run 64 Hacks Nintendo 64 Classic into iPhone Style Runner

With the announcement that Nintendo is releasing an actual game on Apple’s iPhone it got the gaming world buzzing.  Not just any game but a Mario game.  A running game at that.  Endless running.  Personally, I could not care less about endless running games and don’t really care if it features Mario, Sonic, Zelda, my […]

GoldenEye 007 Xbox Live Arcade Remake Footage Released

When Microsoft purchased Rare it was nearly demanded by fans that GoldenEye 007 see an HD re-release.  While that never happened Rare and Microsoft did do their best to satiate fans with remakes of many of Rare’s classic titles.  From Conker’s Bad Fur Day to Perfect Dark – if Rare released it on a Nintendo […]

Today in Gaming History: StarCraft 64

Sixteen years ago the company Blizzard released a port on the N64. This port was a watered down version of the legendary StarCraft game for PC. Unsuited for a game of this magnitude the N64 port suffered from a lack voice acting, scenes and even diminished the length of the music tracks. This was also […]

June- So Bad It’s Good Month

There will never be an end to games that are objectively terrible in the world of gaming. From bad design choices such as a eliminating everything which made the original great, to being an experimental game which didn’t quite execute as intended, bad games are a part of our lives. But there is one experience […]

So Bad it’s Good- Hey You, Pikachu! is Awesome

Hey You, Pikachu! was released on November 6, 2000 for the Nintendo 64 console to a very lukewarm reception by fans and critics alike. The game utilized a piece of hardware called the Voice Recognition Unit or VRU which was meant to analyze the words you spoke into a microphone (or at least it tried […]

Ogre Battle 64 the Hidden Stratagem of the N64

Ogre Battle 64: Person of the Lordly Caliber was one of the few strategy games that were present in the Nintendo 64’s relatively small library. Ogre Battle 64 was released in October of the year 2000 and was actually one of the last 50 games released in the console. On the surface the OB64 did […]


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