Even the most die-hard Nintendo fanboys could be forgiven for not knowing about the 64DD.
Goombas are pretty much at the bottom of the food chain in the Mushroom Kingdom—it never takes much to kill them in a Mario game. But there’s one particular Goomba in Super Mario 64 that can’t be defeated, no matter how good your platforming skills are.
Balls in the face might be the deadliest of them all, but the other 103 threats were still dangerous enough to take out the Hero of Time. At least in this video.
The first Smash Bros. came out for the Nintendo 64 in 1999. The latest Smash Bros. came out for the Wii in 2008. So of course, the differences in looks are rather dramatic.
Nintendo's been quiet about when games from the Nintendo 64 might be coming to the Wii U Virtual Console. But there's a new mention of "the future addition of titles from the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo 64 systems" on the webpage for the console's eShop digital storefront. Hopefully, this means that titles from the…
The classic N64 shooter GoldenEye 007 lives again for a few minutes, thanks to a modder, William Kjellgren, who remade one of the most known maps of the game, the Facility, using the Far Cry 3 engine.
Redditor OhioStateBuck has collected every Nintendo 64 cartridge released in North America. Doesn't seem like much, does it? Blame it on those cartridges.
Let’s take a look at video games’ favorite scene from the Star Wars series: the battle of Hoth. Developers have been trying for over 30 years to get it right.
I always figured I'd be pretty crap if I had to survive in a real-life version of GoldenEye. I was pretty solid at the N64 game back in the day (or at least, I think I was), but give me an actual Klobb and set me loose, and I'd be done for.
As part of an interview with Mashable, Brandon and Rachel Kuzma—the kids at the centre of the famous "Nintendo Sixty-Fooouuurrrr" Christmas video—have shared some extra footage of that infamous morning that until now hasn't been seen.
The Nintendo 64 is 16 years old. Nintendo Sixty-FOUUUURRRRRRRR (the actual event) is 14 years old. And the Nintendo 64 Kids, Brandon and Rachel Kuzma, are 23 and 20, respectively.
A modern, animated and slightly terrifying take on Nintendo's most storied of Christmas tales. Not suitable for small children.
Fellow gamers who came of age in the late 1990s may remember that any time four or more of their friends got together in one place, a round of GoldenEye was almost certain to break out. From 1997 through at least 1999, it seemed to be almost everywhere. Even players (like yours truly) who didn't own a Nintendo 64 put…
A UK modder wanted to do a favor for his American buddy, who is still obsessed with Star Wars: Episode I Racer 13 years after it released on the Nintendo 64. In the game, if you enter a certain code you can use two N64 controllers to control the pod racers' engines independently. So how would that game play if both…