Excerpt: Classic old school. Most people like Nintendo. I love it because the game options used to be numerous and adventurous. I played racing games, adventures and other faboo games. I still own and play games on this system. Reviewer is an employee or otherwise affiliated with the brand.
Excerpt: The N64 was the first Nintendo 3D console, and is still the best. While the single joystick is difficult to use once you've gotten used to the multiple joysticks on newer systems, it was amazing in its day!
Excerpt: I remembered when my mother bought my siblings and I a Nintendo 64 gaming system when we were younger. Playing the games on there were fun. Although the system was old, it still can work, even today and the console, itself was not as heavy either. When my mother bought the system, it came in a large box, using a lot of foam pieces to hold it in place. It has four ports, which could be used for four controllers to play at once.
Excerpt: Nintendo 64 may not have the amazing graphics that modern consoles have but it is still a fun and a definite must-have for real fans of video games. It has a three-footed controller with a joystick and directional buttons, A, B, X,and Y buttons, left and right bumpers and a Z button. The C buttons are up, down, left, right and of course a start button. In the back of the controller is a slot for a memory card or rumble pack.
Excerpt: The Nintendo 64 is the gaming console of my childhood. When I bought it with my own money I never would have dreamed I would have spent so many hours with it on. Playing through games like The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, Super Smash Bros., StarFox 64, and Rayman 2 it is the last console from Nintendo that I feel will dominate the market without gimmicks like 3D or motion control.
By Far, the Best Nintendo Console Ever to Be Released!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Nintendo has tried many things with their various consoles and cards (Yes, Nintendo started out as a trading card company! Imagine that!), but their console, the Nintendo 64, was the only one that they truly got really right! This console was the first to feature a control pad with a real joystick from Nintendo, and that was a tremendous enhancement in control of what goes on in your gaming with this console.
Excerpt: The Nintendo 64 is Nintendo's third home gaming console to grace homes. It features a new controller with new buttons and a control stick, packed in with the system. The N64 is the first Nintendo console to come without a game packed in, which is a disappointment, but is still a good system nevertheless. While other systems moved on to disc based games, Nintendo decided to stick to cartridges.
Excerpt: (I can't believe there is no category for the Nintendo Gamecube anywhere here. But hey, there you go. This is the nearest available category, and as always I promise to have the review moved once the relevant one becomes available. Apologies for doing this!) In the corner of my flat - sitting between the hulking great beastie that is our N64 and our newest addition to the family, my Playstation2 - there lies our Gamecube.
Excerpt: its a tragic waste of a short life. the poor n64 teetering on the brink of obsoletion - wounded beyond repair in the war between itself and the playstation. i've never understood why the n64 did so badly in the popularity stakes. games such as zelda, rogue squadron, banjo-kazooie, banjo-tooie, goldeneye, perfect dark etc blew away anything the playstation had to offer (with the possible exception of the resident evil series).