Banjo-Kazooie is often considered one of the greatest 3D platformers ever made. It’s a game that encapsulates everything great about the genre.
Brutal Doom 64 is a mod that amplifies action, speed, intensity, and gore and helps bring Doom 64 into modern times.
Doom 64 retains the same classic gameplay we all know and love while introducing some new stuff to keep this entry fresh.
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is a fun and violent first-person shooter, originally released for the Nintendo 64. This remaster is by far the best version of the game.
Gauntlet Legends has plenty of replay value and is just a fun and addicting experience which is what makes this series so great. However, if you hated the original Gauntlet games then we can’t say there is anything here for you that is worthwhile so we recommend you stay away.
One of the greatest shooters ever released. This review will cover Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, Megaton Edition, the 20th Anniversary World Tour edition, and the Duke Nukem 64 Mod. We also cover the official expansions; Duke it out in D.C., Duke Caribbean: Life’s a Beach, and Duke: Nuclear Winter.
An arena style brawler with simple gameplay and one of the best soundtracks in video games. The dedication to the source material is much appreciated.
Pokemon Snap is a unique game with addicting gameplay. Veterans can probably uncover everything in an afternoon but newcomers can easily find themselves investing hours trying to discover everything the game has to offer.
Chopper Attack is a fun little Nintendo 64 title and I’m guessing it’s very underrated. Sure, it lacks in content and isn’t a visual masterpiece, but it has great controls, fun arcade-style gameplay, and you can get it pretty cheap nowadays.
In this tutorial we will show you how to replace a Nintendo 64 analog stick.