N64 games

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by stacy lulu, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    Anyone know some good n64 games? They have a shit load by me and I dont know which to choose. I like shooting games and some sports but with n64 mario was the best but they dont have mario games :( Im currently looking for mario party... hehe

    yes im old skool:eek:
  2. Xac

    Xac Visitor

    shooting? Golden eye


    N64 isnt old skool... i still play master system... sometimes.
  3. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    well its old skool to me :mad:

    I remember having a sega and genesis and then came super nitendo and then n64...i thought i was the shit :eek:
  4. Xac

    Xac Visitor

    My brand loyalty was pretty strong, i went to mega drive, and then playstation, my brand loyalty transfered. But after nintendo was also taken (mostly they still had the game cube) out of the picture and xbox became a contender, well i became disillusioned and no longer care :D
  5. emelia

    emelia the resident gangsta

    zelda: ocarina of time - possibly the best game ever

    banjo kazooie - :D
  6. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    Yeah sam here, when game cube came out, that kinda died off for me but i still play n64 and playstation. I like Wii though...Wii sports
  7. Xac

    Xac Visitor

    Yeah some xanax tabs and link's horse could take you places, a very good recomendation indeed.
  8. Xac

    Xac Visitor

    Yeah the Wii was a smart choice by nintendo, they couldnt compete in the traditional consol market, so they needed something a bit different, of course nintendo still compete well in hand helds but ps has been a strong competitor.

    Sega survived in arcade games and producing computer games and games for other consols.
  9. nesta

    nesta Banned

    goldeneye 007
    zelda: ocarina of time
    banjo and kazooie
    perfect dark
    tony hawk pro skater 2
    star wars: rogue squadron
    mariokart 64
    super smash brothers
    starfox 64
    star wars episode I racer
  10. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    it was, everyone likes it and its kinda like a great work out

    I loved sega and playing sonic on it, I see sega all the time in arcade rooms and such but i really like Rush...where you race muscle cars
  11. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    thank you! I love starfox and I have mario kart. still a cool game. I have Rampage? I think its called where these monsters crash and destroy buildings city after city

    and theres this game called Wipe out...I swear its the trippest game nitendo ever made! You guys gotta play if havent and you gotta play it high!
  12. Xac

    Xac Visitor

    OMFG!!! they have rampage on N64? i played that on the master system when i was a kid! my friend had the old version of that game! omg omg omg!!! :willy_nilly:
  13. stacy lulu

    stacy lulu yeeeaah buddy

    :D !!!!

    YES! they have it on nitendo...very hard to find...i got mine from my cousins.

    its a fun game
  14. Xac

    Xac Visitor

    :cuss: :willy_nilly:
  15. ToFunToDie

    ToFunToDie Senior Member

    Perfect dark is great.
    Goldeneye 007 is great.
    Mariokart 64 is great.
    Super smash bros. is great.
    Donkey kong 64 is the best.
    Starfox 64 is great.
    Pokemon Stadium is great.
    Star wars episode 1 race w/e it is called it is great.
    Conker's bad fur day is awesome.
    Mario 64 obvious one
    Mario Party obvious one
    Let me see what else I have...
  16. ToFunToDie

    ToFunToDie Senior Member

    Vigilante 8
    NBA Show time
  17. magcam172

    magcam172 Member

  18. A-Bear's-Vagina

    A-Bear's-Vagina 2 Kings Chapter 2 23-24

    The original blitz
  19. ToFunToDie

    ToFunToDie Senior Member

    Fucking true.
  20. broony

    broony Banned

    mario cart
    mario 64
    mortal kombat trilogy
    duke nukem the first one
    golden eye

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