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007: The World is Not Enough

007: The World is Not Enough

Nintendo 64

Used

$11.03 

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1080: Ten Eighty Snowboarding

1080: Ten Eighty Snowboarding

Nintendo 64

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$18.50 

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3-in-1 HDTV Cable for GameCube, Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo

3-in-1 HDTV Cable for GameCube, Nintendo 64, ...

Multi-Platform

New

$27.95 

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Aero Fighters Assault

Aero Fighters Assault

Nintendo 64

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$11.03 

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All-Star Baseball 2000

All-Star Baseball 2000

Nintendo 64

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$2.93 

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All-Star Baseball 2001

All-Star Baseball 2001

Nintendo 64

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$7.38 

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All-Star Baseball '99

All-Star Baseball '99

Nintendo 64

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$3.58 

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Army Men: Air Combat

Army Men: Air Combat

Nintendo 64

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$10.97 

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Army Men: Sarge's Heroes

Army Men: Sarge's Heroes

Nintendo 64

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$11.98 

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Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2

Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2

Nintendo 64

Used

$16.93 

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Automobili Lamborghini

Automobili Lamborghini

Nintendo 64

Used

$4.13 

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AV to HDMI 1080p Mini Converter

AV to HDMI 1080p Mini Converter

Electronics

New

$14.95 

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Bass Hunter 64

Bass Hunter 64

Nintendo 64

Used

$5.48 

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Bassmasters 2000

Bassmasters 2000

Nintendo 64

Used

$9.87 

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Battle Tanx

Battle Tanx

Nintendo 64

Used

$12.25 

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Battle Tanx Global Assault

Battle Tanx Global Assault

Nintendo 64

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$15.37 

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Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs

Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs

Nintendo 64

Used

$26.23 

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Beetle Adventure Racing

Beetle Adventure Racing

Nintendo 64

Used

$17.25 

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Bio Freaks

Bio Freaks

Nintendo 64

Used

$9.87 

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Blast Corps

Blast Corps

Nintendo 64

Used

$11.48 

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Body Harvest

Body Harvest

Nintendo 64

Used

$17.88 

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Bomberman 64

Bomberman 64

Nintendo 64

Used

$22.80 

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Bomberman Hero

Bomberman Hero

Nintendo 64

Used

$19.47 

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Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling

Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling

Nintendo 64

Used

$13.61 

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Bug's Life

Bug's Life

Nintendo 64

Used

$8.39 

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Chopper Attack

Chopper Attack

Nintendo 64

Used

$8.58 

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Choro Q 64
Imported

Choro Q 64

Nintendo 64

Used

$9.75 

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Clay Fighter 63 1/3

Clay Fighter 63 1/3

Nintendo 64

Used

$38.25 

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Conker's Bad Fur Day Strategy Guide

Conker's Bad Fur Day Strategy Guide

Nintendo 64

Used

$24.95 

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Cruis'n Exotica

Cruis'n Exotica

Nintendo 64

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$94.95 

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Nintendo 64: Get N or Get Out!


What is Nintendo 64?

The Nintendo 64 (named after is 64-bit processor) was released in 1996 for Japan and North America, and 1997 for Europe. After multiple delays in release since 1995, the Nintendo 64 had massive hype leading up to its launch, causing massive demand from consumers. Outselling the PlayStation and Sega Saturn initially, the Nintendo 64 went on to sell a whopping 32.93 million units.


While its competitors used CDs for games, Nintendo decided to continue with releasing their games on cartridges. Nintendo chose cartridges for faster load times, more difficulty for piracy, and greater physical durability as opposed to Compact discs. This provided more benefits early in the Nintendo 64’s life span rather than later. Nintendo 64 cartridges had less storage capacity and limited graphics storage. The console itself also included interesting features, such as four controller ports and upgradeable memory from 4MB to 8MB by use with an Expansion Pak. The Nintendo 64 also came in a variety of colors and styles, including the Funtastic series, Gold system, and Limited Edition Pikachu version.


Having a miniscule but powerful library of 388 games over its lifetime (compared to the PlayStation’s 1100), the Nintendo 64 put out timeless classics like Mario Kart 64, Mario Party, Perfect Dark, Super Smash Bros, and Conker’s Bad Fur Day. Titles like Goldeneye 64 and Super Mario 64 were iconic and influential among their genres, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is still known to this day as one of the greatest video games of all time. Because of these legendary games, the Nintendo 64 will always remain close to gamers' hearts.


How Many Different Special Edition Nintendo 64 Consoles Released? (-)

The standard N64 was a basic grey, but there are a number of colorful special edition consoles to collect. If you want to have the coolest N64 out of your friends, get one of these!

# 1

Nintendo 64 Special Edition Pikachu Console

This iconic N64 model features Pikachu and a Pokeball. Who wouldn’t want this?

Buy or Trade In Pikachu Special Edition N64

# 2

Nintendo 64 Funtastic Series: Grape Purple Console

A see through purple colored system.

Buy or Trade In Nintendo 64 Funtastic Series: Grape Purple Console

# 3

Nintendo 64 Funtastic Series: Smoke Gray

Similar to the standard grey, but translucent.

Buy or Trade In Nintendo 64 Funtastic Series: Smoke Grey Console

# 4

Nintendo 64 Funtastic Series: Ice Blue Console

A light blue translucent system.

Buy or Trade In Nintendo 64 Funtastic Series: Ice Blue Console

# 8

Nintendo 64 Limited Edition Gold Console

A fancy gold N64. Pairs well with a gold cartridge of Ocarina of Time.

Buy or Trade In Nintendo 64 Limited Edition Gold Console

# 9

Nintendo 64 Standard Charcoal Console

...and of course, the standard gray Nintendo 64.

Buy or Trade In Nintendo 64 with Original Controller and 4MB Expansion Pack Refurbished System

Must-Have Nintendo 64 Games (+)

If you decide to acquire a Nintendo 64, these are the games you NEED to play. The N64 has seen timeless multiplayer action in Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart 64, and Mario Party. It has also given us the legendary Zelda Ocarina of Time which is required to be in possession of all N64 owners.

Best Multiplayer Nintendo 64 Games (+)

The Nintendo 64 was a fun console to play solo, but with your friends it was “FUNTASTIC”. The widely popular Super Smash Bros and Mario Party series found their roots on the N64, as well as innovative titles like Golden Eye and Pokemon Stadium. These epic titles provided hours of multiplayer entertainment then and now.

10 Rarest Nintendo 64 Games (+)

With the N64 having only released 296 games in the US compared to the PS1’s 1,300, there are bound to be games that are hard to find. Some games were uncommon like the Blockbuster exclusive Clay Fighter: Sculpter’s Cut. Others such as Yoshi’s Story International Edition were only used as demo carts in retail stores. These games below are not only pricy, but are very difficult to find at all.

10 Worst Nintendo 64 Games (+)

There were plenty of memorable gems on the Nintendo 64, but there are also some you are still trying to forget. The Nintendo 64 had the displeasure of hosting awful titles such as the massively disappointing Daikatana and the infamous Superman 64. These ugly titles should be avoided at all costs.

10 Family-Unfriendly Nintendo 64 Games (+)

Many remember the Nintendo 64 as a system loaded with KA and E-rated titles that made their childhood, but not all Nintendo 64 games were for kids. The blood splattering shooters of Turok and Doom, and the crude humor of Conker’s Bad Fur Day catered to a more mature audience. If you’re looking for a little more action and grit out of your Nintendo 64, these games are for you.

10 Notable Nintendo 64 Games Only Released in Japan (+)

Think you’ve played it all on the N64? These are some interesting titles that were Japan Only, like the difficult shooter Sin & Punishment and the dating sim Getter Love!!

How do you play Japanese games on a U.S. console?

The N64 is sadly region blocked, but has easy methods to convert it. The plastic cartridge tray on the inside of the system physically blocks the different shaped Japanese carts. Since the only region block is physically plastic, modifications to the system are a piece of cake!

1) Cartridge Back Swap - If you only have a Japanese and US cart, you can unscrew the back halves and switch them, allowing the Japanese cart to fit into the system. This is a quick and easy, but may involve a lot of switching back and forth.

2) Gameshark - An N64 Gameshark allows room for a cart to be placed on top of it, giving room for imported games to be played. This is a more unreliable method, but can still be effective.

3) Removing, Modifying, or Replacing the Cartridge Tray - The cartridge tray is the only thing stopping your N64 from being universal. Removing it, filing down the edges, or replacing it with a universal one will be a one time fix to play imports.