25 best Nintendo 64 games ever made
Star fox 64 was that game. You could put aside the fact that Star fox 64 changed the game forever with its support for the rumble pack, and you would always find yourself with this classic’s visually stunning action, happy fights, amazing multiplayer modes, and brilliant controls. This is just a full N64 experience and one of the best Nintendo games around.
9. F-Zero X
One of the main reasons Nintendo hasn’t released any F-Zero games for years, is that they would feel like they really did everything with this series they aspire to accomplish. While the GameCube is brilliant F-Zero GX probably has a lot to do with this belief, it must be said that F-Zero X for the N64 undoubtedly improved the whole F-Zero concept.
This fast, furious and incredibly difficult racing game left almost every other racing game in the dust when it came to pure speed. Honestly, it’s faster and more intense than most racing games released since. With the possible exception of its successor, I’m not sure if there’s ever been another arcade-style racing game that feels as good as this one.
8. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
Again, Nintendo has never been afraid to do things differently, but Majora’s Mask is still one of the craziest and potentially dangerous ideas in the business.
Long before time loops became a popular genre of storytelling, Nintendo fans around the world wondered why the studio was making a sequel to one of the most beloved games of all time that apparently borrowed its basic premise from the movie. groundhog day. Not everyone likes results, but how can you deny this game the credit it deserves for its mere ambition? Even though it was a more traditional style Zelda game, that would be one of the best.
7. Golden eye 007
Some say your love of the N64 is directly related to how many people you’ve been able to play N64 games with on a regular basis. In the case of Golden eyeIt’s legendary multiplayer, there is obviously some truth to that statement.