Excerpt: Perhaps the dawning of a new age in the sunset of an old console, Nintendo's cleverly-published Conker's Bad Fur Day for the N64 takes the wandering cinematic adventure to new depths with outlandish violence, cheeky British humour and unflappably vulgar dialogue.
Excerpt: Zelda 64 is a game that was in development for a long time and was plagued with delays from day one- not to mention a ludicrous amount of hype. Now that it's been out for a year or so, we know it was worth the time and effort. Not that I'm terribly pleased with it, but just about everybody else is.
Excerpt: It seems I have to recommend this title simply because it's currently the only golf game available for the N64 and I've always maintained that a golf game is a must-have for any game geek's game library. However, Waialae is average stuff, really.
Excerpt: Don't take me out to the ball game, just plug it in. Boy, this new Sports division of Nintendo sure knows baseball, and thanks to a Ken Griffey Jr. endorsement, Major League Baseball is sure to be a hit.
Excerpt: The second title released under the new "Nintendo Sports" banner, this Kobe Bryant endorsed b-baller marks a new standard for the N64 (but not all mediums). NBA Courtside is good. I must admit that I don’t know much about the sport, but I know a cool game when I play it.
Excerpt: I suppose Nintendo scared even themselves with the violence of Goldeneye so back peddled by spitting out some more of their usual kiddie fluff. Guide Marina the robot maid through some cool action sequences and a few puzzling places, pick up treats along the way. The point? I'm not quite sure and don't really care to find out.