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Why Nintendo 64 rocked!


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Man... That's totally unrealistic. Everybody knows, Sony sends ninjas to do their corporate terrorism.

But, yeah. Starfox 64 rocked. I always thought it was funny how Nintendo would come out with a good idea for their controllers, like 6-button controllers, force-feedback, and analogue sticks, then Sega/Sony would immediately copy them.

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Goldeneye was a superb game, and I don't even like shooter games.

No Mercy was just kinda "meh" for me. Didn't like how it played.

Super Smash Bros was pretty awesome, better than Melee for GC.

Star Fox 64 I kinda enjoyed.

I also loved the mini games in Pokemon Stadium.

But overall I felt that N64 and GC were a step down from NES and SNES. But I have a feeling that Wii will be Nintendo's best console since SNES.

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In my college dorm, we made sure we had an N64. I got to play through Orcarnia of Time again, as well as Majora's Mask. Banjo-Kazooie and Super Mario 64 too. I relived some racing with Mario kart 64 and Diddy Kong Racing. No Mercy as well as WCW/NWO Revenge handled wrestling. Then, if really bored, Goldeneye would be there.

Let's not forget the ultra fun Star Fox 64, Super Smash(which, I don't think is better than Melee, but is great nonetheless). N64...such a great system.

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