Loading. .. my favorite game on the n64. it blew my 8 year old mind. known as Starfox 64 in places not Australia and Britain.
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#15 - legaleliminator (10/13/2012) [-]
my favorite game on the n64. it blew my 8 year old mind. known as Starfox 64 in places not Australia and Britain.
#17 to #15 - tehcreepinone (10/13/2012) [-]
Childhood feel... Brofist man, loved the multiplayer. Tank ftw
Childhood feel... Brofist man, loved the multiplayer. Tank ftw
#19 to #15 - anon (10/13/2012) [-]
This was my favourite too, except as a child, I was scared of Andross and got dad to do it :D
User avatar #42 to #19 - OsamaBinLadenz (10/13/2012) [-]
Nintendo 64 was the best console of all time when I was little. I also had a Sega Genesis and my dad and I would always play Golden Axe. I was so ******* happy when we beat the game.
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#38 to #15 - darthblam ONLINE (10/13/2012) [-]
This was my all time favorite N64 game. Never got Banjo Kazooie but.. this game was greatness.
Sad thing is is that I never beat it though... I got to one of the last couple of world things and my little brother started a new game over that save. All that work gone to waste and I just kind of gave up...
#20 - bloodyisrael (10/13/2012) [-]
My favorite game
My favorite game
User avatar #21 to #20 - shunketsu (10/13/2012) [-]
That was awesome as **** . Should play that again
#29 to #20 - huszti (10/13/2012) [-]
best boss ever
User avatar #35 to #29 - maskedmask (10/13/2012) [-]
Unholy **** !
#8 - orangepikmin (10/13/2012) [-]
The loading screens on all of these modern day games are just terrible compared to the past consoles. But it's all I got...
The loading screens on all of these modern day games are just terrible compared to the past consoles. But it's all I got...
#16 to #8 - legaleliminator (10/13/2012) [-]
i beg to differ
i beg to differ
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#26 to #14 - anon (10/13/2012) [-]
be careful man their asexual and breed useless next gen consoles
you better find it and keep an eye on it, or you'll be knee deep in gamecubes within a month
#25 - Ouronlysaviortwo (10/13/2012) [-]
Am I the only one here who prefers the Super Nintendo?
User avatar #28 to #25 - misterTOAST (10/13/2012) [-]
how can you "prefer" one over the other?
It's like saying that you prefer pizza over ice cream.
Pizza is a main course, Ice cream a dessert. You can have both.
Snes was one of the best consoles in the early 90s, N64 was one of the best consoles of the late 90s.
If it was 1999 and I were still stuck with a Snes, I'd be wanting an N64.
If I've just had a pizza, I'd eat ice cream rather than have ANOTHER pizza right away, and keep eating it for ever and ever.

What do you mean exactly with "prefer"?
#30 to #28 - crimhowler (10/13/2012) [-]
That was beautiful sir
User avatar #33 to #28 - mylazy (10/13/2012) [-]
I think he means that he would spend more time playing Super Nintendo than he would Nintendo 64. Putting it into your example, he would savor the pizza more than the ice cream.
User avatar #39 to #28 - codyxvasco (10/13/2012) [-]
^that.
#43 to #28 - Ouronlysaviortwo (10/13/2012) [-]
You've got a point.   
I know I can have both (I actually own both consoles), I love both consoles and their games, but I just like the SNES more and I think it's better.    
   
There are some games that I like more on the SNES and I'd rather play those over the ones on the N64 (Ex: LoZ: A Link to the Past>Loz: Ocarina of time, Kirby Superstar>Kirby 64, Donkey Kong Country series> Donkey Kong 64, etc.). I also think most of the games on the SNES have aged better than the one' on the N64.   
   
Not to mention that the SNES had a lot more memorable games IMO and more games on it in general as well, with about 800 games released for the console, vs. the N64's total with about 400. Also, the SNES had the Super-Gameboy which allowed you to play pretty much every gb game and some select gbc games as well (including pokemon 1st and 2nd gen). The N64 did have a similar add-on that allowed for backward's compatibility with previous Nintendo consoles but it was an unofficial product and extremely rare unlike the Super Gameboy.   
   
Also, I'm a big fan of JRPGs. The N64 literally didn't  have any great RPG's except for Paper Mario, but the SNES had PLENTY of great JRPGs in it's library. Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy IV, VI, and tactics; Super Mario RPG, Secret of Mana, Earthbound, and the list doesn't end there.   
   
Overall, I just think it's the better console and the one I'd rather play. In mylazy's case:   
Say I had both pizza and ice-cream in my freezer at home. I love both foods, and I have access to both, but I enjoy pizza more, so chances are I'd probably eat a lot more pizza than Ice-cream. Sometimes I'm in the mood for one food over the other but I think I'd always like pizza more and I think it's more suited to my tastes.   
   
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You've got a point.
I know I can have both (I actually own both consoles), I love both consoles and their games, but I just like the SNES more and I think it's better.

There are some games that I like more on the SNES and I'd rather play those over the ones on the N64 (Ex: LoZ: A Link to the Past>Loz: Ocarina of time, Kirby Superstar>Kirby 64, Donkey Kong Country series> Donkey Kong 64, etc.). I also think most of the games on the SNES have aged better than the one' on the N64.

Not to mention that the SNES had a lot more memorable games IMO and more games on it in general as well, with about 800 games released for the console, vs. the N64's total with about 400. Also, the SNES had the Super-Gameboy which allowed you to play pretty much every gb game and some select gbc games as well (including pokemon 1st and 2nd gen). The N64 did have a similar add-on that allowed for backward's compatibility with previous Nintendo consoles but it was an unofficial product and extremely rare unlike the Super Gameboy.

Also, I'm a big fan of JRPGs. The N64 literally didn't have any great RPG's except for Paper Mario, but the SNES had PLENTY of great JRPGs in it's library. Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy IV, VI, and tactics; Super Mario RPG, Secret of Mana, Earthbound, and the list doesn't end there.

Overall, I just think it's the better console and the one I'd rather play. In mylazy's case:
Say I had both pizza and ice-cream in my freezer at home. I love both foods, and I have access to both, but I enjoy pizza more, so chances are I'd probably eat a lot more pizza than Ice-cream. Sometimes I'm in the mood for one food over the other but I think I'd always like pizza more and I think it's more suited to my tastes.

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#1 - adamks (10/12/2012) [-]
Along with "Graphics, what the **** are graphics?"
User avatar #12 to #1 - billybong (10/13/2012) [-]
I thought most of the n64 games beat the ps1 in graphics personally, but I could be wrong, I only had a n64 and compared the graphics on my friend's playstations
User avatar #31 to #12 - HAMMATIMEZ (10/13/2012) [-]
The cut scenes for FF9 were really nice for the PS1. but cutscenes don't really count because they are different to gameplay graphics
User avatar #32 to #31 - billybong (10/13/2012) [-]
that is true, those prerendered videos for FF were much better than any cutscenes on n64.... actually thinking about it, I cant think of any n64 game that has prerendered video... every game that comes to mind for 64 uses the engine in realtime for cutscenes...
User avatar #2 to #1 - sparkyoneonetwo (10/12/2012) [-]
the N64 has some nice graphics for it's time...not every game but, a lot of them were good.
User avatar #27 to #2 - furyofthestorm (10/13/2012) [-]
When i played ocarina of time, I thought the graphic were godly.
Now the graphics suck, but the gameplay is better than pretty much everything out today.
User avatar #44 to #27 - sparkyoneonetwo (10/13/2012) [-]
well yeah like I said for its time had some of the best graphics I ever seen an yes they maybe ****** compared to what we can do with graphics today but, a lot of the games are still great games.
#3 to #2 - adamks (10/12/2012) [-]
Sure it did, but not something that takes anything to load.
User avatar #7 to #3 - morbidbreath (10/13/2012) [-]
ooooh pretty graphics!

gameplay ******* sucks.
User avatar #10 to #3 - sketchysketchist (10/13/2012) [-]
Yeah I remember everyone going, "Ooh, pretty graphics. Duke Nukem Forever totally kicks ass. "
User avatar #37 - TrickyTehDj ONLINE (10/13/2012) [-]
I grew up with the N64 and (A little bit of) Gamecube. The two most nostalgic things were Super Smash Bros Melee (Gamecube) and Super Mario 64 (N64). I traded Super Mario 64 to my uncle for Ocarina of Time, but soon after, my n64 stopped working. I also have Banjo Kazooie, and it really sucks that I cant play them.
User avatar #9 - sketchysketchist (10/13/2012) [-]
Wait, a small ass chip can hold all the memory in your cellphone and camera.
Doesn't that mean an N64 cartridge can hold a **** ton of memory now.
Meaning we can now have decent graphics with no load time?
User avatar #11 to #9 - billybong (10/13/2012) [-]
cd / dvd / blu-ray are all still far cheaper than game cartridges to manufacture

which is why there were never as many developers for N64 as the PS1

But i think in a few years the console industry could go back to cartridges, that is if it doesn't change to a 100% online experience where you download games like steam

I'd much prefer the cartridge world again ^.^
User avatar #45 to #11 - silencefalls (10/13/2012) [-]
The Idea behind making games downloadable and extremely similar to cartridge gaming. It's probably not as efficient as buying a cartridge from gamestop, but it's about the same when you download a game off the PSN or something. The PS Vita has a cartridge-like system as well.
User avatar #13 to #11 - sketchysketchist (10/13/2012) [-]
Crap I totally forgot all about the manufacturing costs.

Well, I'm positive everything will end up as download only. Hopefully, this will mean games will be cheaper since no one has to make CD'S and boxes for the game.
However that will be the day I'm going to stick to playing my old N64, because it's bogus that I won't be able to visit a friends house with game in hand and stick in their console and just get stupid.
#4 - anon (10/13/2012) [-]
You did have to load in games on the N64, maybe you should play a system before posting about it
#5 to #4 - anon (10/13/2012) [-]
He was playing with the fact that you didn't have to load games on the N64. The text is read in the voice of the N64.
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User avatar #6 to #4 - taokami ONLINE (10/13/2012) [-]
loading as in 'search and seek' like disks had.
#46 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
The 64 could do video. Check out Resident Evil 2. The cost to produce carts that had enough ram to hold videos was way to high.
#41 - kimkve (10/13/2012) [-]
My view... spot the best console.
User avatar #40 - stanislaw (10/13/2012) [-]
shame that nintendo sucks
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