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Best Nintendo 64 Game-Nintendo Life


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To celebrate this Powerful 64-bit console On the occasion of our 25th anniversary, we will re-release this reader’s top 50 Nintendo 64 game. Like all our top 50 library lists, this ranking is based on user ratings in the Nintendo Life game database and will fluctuate even after release!

So, if you have not rated your favorite N64 game yet, please feel free to use your influence and it is possible to change the order of the following games…


Nintendo 64 is a game machine that easily divides game players. As early as 1996 (or launched in 1997 in the PAL region), as the gaming industry’s livelihood shifted from sprites to polygons, the console represented-from a certain point of view-Nintendo really gave up the ball for the first time. Tired of the license terms of platform holders, many developers switched to Sony’s PlayStation, attracted by fairer deals and cheaper CD media. At the same time, Nintendo has redoubled its efforts on an esoteric hardware with confusing, child-like controllers that can be said to be out of sync with the mature audience of the game.

On the other hand, for many gamers, N64 evokes some of our warmest and strongest gaming memories.While waving the three-pronged pad of this console, many of us took the first step to enter the 3D Mushroom Kingdom or Hailaru, and the unparalleled excitement of the 4-person split screen Mario Kart or Golden eye Like some other multiplayer gaming experiences, we keep it in mind.

Thanks to the user ratings submitted by readers, we show you the top 50 N64 games of all time. No doubt, we have a selection of 64-bit cuties below, but please remember, This list is not static. Ranking will continue to evolve automatically Based on user scores submitted to the Nintendo Life game database, so if you missed the “vote”, don’t worry-you can still do this by simply scrolling down and rating!

If you like, you can use our top 50 best games list to perform the same operations on every Nintendo console, including NES, SNES, Game Boy, GBC, GBA, Nintendo DS, 3DS, GameCube, Wii, Wii U, etc. .

So, plug in your Rumble / Controller / Transfer / Expansion Paks and get ready for the best N64 game ever…

Starcraft 64 (N64)Starcraft 64 (N64)

Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: media

Release date: June 16, 2000 (United States)

This N64 port of the first entry in the Blizzard franchise was a surprisingly good version of the RTS title, which at the time was not natural or easy to fit into the console. The developer Mass Media Inc. has done an admirable job on this port and managed to package the split-screen multiplayer game mode (if you have an expansion pack). Starcraft 64 In addition to the Brood War expansion pack, it also includes some additional tasks that allow Nintendo gamers to get a glimpse of PC classics on their TVs.

Beetle adventure racing!  (N64)Beetle adventure racing!  (N64)

Publisher: Electronic art / Developer: Paradigm entertainment

Release date: March 24, 1999 (United States) / September 4, 1999 (UK/EU)

Most people who have played Beetle adventure racing! Back to the day may have low expectations, but from Paradigm Entertainment, a studio that worked with Nintendo Pilot’s Wings 64 And also made an excellent F-1 World Grand Prix The game on the system-this is a fun, beautifully constructed small car, it is worth reviewing.

Demolition Army (N64)Demolition Army (N64)

Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: rare

Release date: February 28, 1997 (United States) / September 1, 1997 (UK/EU)

Demolition Corps This includes clearing a path to a safe detonation zone for a slow-moving truck carrying a malfunctioning nuclear missile, which is blocked by buildings and other mature destructive structures. Like many 64-bit games, its early polygonal visual effects can now be said to look a bit stubborn, but don’t let its appearance disappoint you. This incredibly stupid concept became one of the most interesting games on N64.

Jet Force Gemini (N64)Jet Force Gemini (N64)

Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: rare

Release date: October 11, 1999 (United States) / November 2, 1999 (UK/EU)

An underrated entry in the Rareware library, Jet Force Gemini Combine the cute design with the clumsy third-person blasting to defeat the insect overlord Mizar in the world jump mission. The adventures of Juno, Vela, and the trustworthy good boy Lupus are not without flaws, but JFG is a surprisingly deep and satisfying adventure. If you are a rare fan looking for gems that have passed by around the millennium, Then it is worth studying.

Turlock 2: Seed of Evil (N64)Turlock 2: Seed of Evil (N64)

Publisher: cheer / Developer: Iguana

Release date: December 10, 1998 (United States) / December 11, 1998 (UK/EU)

Turlock 2: Seed of Evil It is a technical demonstration of the system. It took the baton from the very popular first game and raised the stakes in every possible way. Highlights include the 640×480 resolution visual effects driven by Expansion Pak and the iconic Cerebral Bore, which is a gun that fires a brain-piercing bullet once you lock the enemy’s watermelon. Acclaim’s game is now available on the Switch in a remastered form provided by Night Dive Studios, although this version is not equipped with a black ink cartridge.

Star Wars Episode One: Race Car Driver (N64)Star Wars Episode One: Racer (N64)

Publisher: Lucas Art / Developer: Lucas Art

Release date: May 18, 1999 (United States) / May 17, 1999 (UK/EU)

Although this cannot match the F-Zero X in terms of sheer performance, it is still a very impressive car with a progress system that can be purchased with pod enhancements. Based on the best parts of The Phantom Menace (except for the Darth Maul part and all soundtracks), it has a special double-pad mode similar to GoldenEye, which can achieve some double-stick accuracy and more closely reflect the control pods on the screen. Watto’s jokes and interpretation of the Cantina theme after the game are also very good. It can also be used on Switch now.

Donkey Kong 64 (N64)Donkey Kong 64 (N64)

Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: rare

Release date: November 24, 1999 (United States) / December 6, 1999 (UK/EU)

Some people blame the collapse of the Marathon 3D platform craze on Donkey Kong 64, Although it’s hard to say that Rare may have gone too far on a large number of insignificant collectible doohickeys, this is a game that turns everything into 11, and its unapologetic “more is more” approach makes People admire. There are five playable King Kong (which you are familiar with), a huge world and a wealth of mini-games (including the original arcade Donkey Kong and Rare’s Jet Pacific Airways), DK64 was a very valuable proposition in 1999, and we think that after 20 years of criticism, it may be worth reassessing. Come on grumpy, Bring it to the refrigerator.

International Space Station 64 (N64)International Space Station 64 (N64)

Publisher: Konami / Developer: Konami

Release date: July 31, 1997 (United States) / June 1, 1997 (UK/EU)

Wonderful interpretation of the most popular team sport in the world, International Space Station 64 There are depth, beauty, accessibility and very interesting comments. Not a “good” comment per se, but still interesting.These days FIFA games may retain possession of the ball, but in the 90s Konami was Really On the ball.

WWF WrestleMania 2000 (N64)WWF WrestleMania 2000 (N64)

Publisher: THQ / Developer: Aki

Release date: October 31, 1999 (United States) / October 12, 1999 (UK/EU)

In the first game released by THQ after it took over the responsibility of the license holder from Acclaim, the loss of WCW was largely a gain of WWF. WWF Wrestling Fever 2000 Expanded AKI WCW/nWo Revenge Since last year, the iconic stables of the stars of the World Wrestling Federation have been introduced at the same time, and the foundation has been laid for the brilliant No Mercy.

San Francisco Rush 2049 (N64)San Francisco Rush 2049 (N64)

Publisher: Midway Games / Developer: Atari

Release date: September 7, 2000 (United States) / September 17, 2000 (UK/EU)

Midway’s Atari Games console port San Francisco Rush 2049 It is the third game in the Rush series. It provides N64 owners with a dose of high-quality future racing cars without having to change the four wheels of the pod or hovering engine. With huge boost friendly jumps, intricate circuits with secret routes and some very interesting physics, the N64 car is nothing more arcade than this.