"Time hasn't been kind to the memory of the Nintendo 64. While it was extremely well received upon its release 18 years ago, and still holds a special place in the hearts of many gamers, it signalled a turning point in Nintendo's history. The company's controversial decision to opt for a cartridge-based system over CD-ROM stacked the odds against it, with many long-time third-party partners dropping or drastically reducing support in favour of this cheaper, higher capacity technology.
We recently caught up with Ste Pickford who, with his brother John, makes up the legendary duo known as the Pickford Bros, to find out more about how Wetrix came to be. Their experience in the video games industry dates back to the early 1980s and includes an impressive selection of classic titles, most notably Plok and Equinox on the Nintendo side of things."