Pilot Wings 64 (N64): crap graphics, yet very addictive
18 May 2011
Summary: I bought this in the sales ages ago when nintendo 64 was the best thing you could get. It looked interesting but when I first started it, I was very dissapointed. I turned it off and thought at least it was cheap and I hadn´t wasted to much money. A couple of days later I decided to give it another go and then I ended up playing it for almost an hour. Despite the crap graphics, the annoying music and the sometimes stupid missions - it´s very more-ish.
Pros: it just captures you and makes you want to complete every single level
Summary: "Pilotwings 64" is a simulation video game. It was first released for the Nintendo 64 in 1997 by Nintendo. In the United States, the game received a guidance rating of "K-A" which deemed it appropriate for all ages. In this video game, the player assumes the role of one of six trainee pilots.
Pilot Wings 64 (N64): Pilotwings, I wish there were more games like it.
13 May 2009
Summary: Pilot Wings. This was one of the first games I got on the N64. At first I thought it was a little dull, but that was before I became engrosed with its tight and addictive gameplay. There are three modes in which you travel differently to get points. Unlocking extras through achieving a set amount of points via medal's (Bronze, Silver, and Gold) is something more games should be using. And I don't just mean sport games.
Pros: Original concept. Hours and Hours of gameplay. Tight graphics, good music. Lots of fun.
Summary: i thikn pilot wings 64 (nintendo64) is good game because with friend you can kill the time especially in the summer and to have fun during the adventure of the game because you have to complete some mission which they become difficult and hard to achieve and that what make the game more interesting is the ability to carry on all the mission so this game is good game to forget the time and not to be bored without doing anything.
Summary: Introduction ************** Pilot Wings64 first made itself onto the scene's in 1997 here in the U.K. Pilot Wings was one of the launch titles on the Nintendo 64, but was never really noticed much due to Super Mario 64 stealing all of the headlines. I first played Pilot-wings on the SNES, I wasn't really a big fan of this game then, but would this game make any impact on me?
Pros: Great graphics, Playability is great, Cost can get this cheaply
Cons: Too easy at first, This is a game for everyone
Excerpt: "Introduction ************** Pilot Wings64 first made itself onto the scene's in 1997 here in the U.K. Pilot Wings was one of the launch titles on the Nintendo 64, but was never really noticed much due to Super Mario 64 stealing all of the headlines. I first played Pilot-wings on the SNES, I wasn't really a big fan of this game then, but would this game make any impact on me? How to play ************* The idea behind this game is easy enough, ...
Summary: Pilot wings 64 is the sequel to Pilot Wings on the SNES, which was in it`s turn an excellent game. The idea of the game is that you get given a selection of missions to complete with a variety of flying craft, and depending on how well you do you can get access to some extra levels. The extra levels include things like firing yourself out of a cannon trying to hit a target and wearing special bouncey boots.
Summary: This is quite a groovy little game, even though it is getting on in years to say the very least. The graphics look so out of date it is rediculous, but the gamepla is still there, and that is the most important thing by far in my not-so-humble opinion. The game itself takes the form of a series of different tasks you need to perform, anything from flying a hang-glider to a certain height to flying a microlight through a series of rings.
Summary: I love this game! It is a sequel to PilotWings on the SNES, and just takes the game to the next level - 3D! In the game you fly micro-lights, parachutes, jet packs ad more. You shoot yourself out of cannons and put on springy boots! You do all kinds of weird stuff that just adds to the variety. The game itself gives you missions to perform using different vehicles, like flying the jetpack through a number of hoops, and gives you points based on your performance.
Excerpt: "Back when i had my super nintendo, Pilot wings was one of my favourite games. A new, revamped version, now cunningly titled Pilot wings 64 (genius eh?), is the same game in principle except better graphics capabilities. The idea is to get gold medals on all kinds of different scenarios. This includes numerous flying, jet packing, parachuting and hand gliding levels, although the novelty will soon wear off. The game is far too easy, and unless you ...