Join Screen Critics Chase as he explores the 10 Nintendo 64 games he feels need to be on the inevitable Classic console (when it releases).
I would add Conkers Bad Fur Day to the list.
Me too, but it's M rated
Microsoft owns that Franchise (RARE)
Microsoft and Nintendo have been friendly in the past, like with Minecraft. Still highly unlikely, especially with the M rating and no Nintendo IPs showing up in Rare replay.
Don't expect anything included in Rare Replay to appear on a hypothetical N64 classic
Ummm quest 64. The game that started the rpg surge on n64 lol
I dont think that alot of people would buy into that. N64 wasnt really popular and the games aged horrible.
N64 wasnt popular? Look i really dont care about sales comparisons. I saw 64s everywhere, and even if its half or 1/4 or whatever that doesnt mean it wasnt popular. Less popular sure but to say "wasnt really popular" you cant truly believe. Every other kids house i went to had one.
Well, in germany almost noone had one.
What drugs are you on?
Many people don't realize that 007 Goldeneye will very likely not be on the system, the licenses are all over the place for that game
Exactly. Not sure why the author of this didn't realise that when creating the article, but then again, that's just modern game journos and bloggers in general. Clueless. Any Rare game will not feature on the system, when, or if, it comes out.
F-Zero X.... That should be the first game on the list.
Rather have the GBA classic first.
A mini N64 would most likely be able to store only 10 games
It should be able to store more than 10. Maybe 15 to 20. Mario 64 for example, weighed in under 8MB. There were a few 64MB carts, but on average i think they're pretty small. The Nes mini has 512MB of storage, i guess it would all depend on the game selection.
The NES and SNES classic have 512mb of storage, but only 300mb is available for games.
With the rate things are going, it's most reasonable to believe an N64 mini would have 10 games, 11 at most if they throw in a freebie like they did with SNES mini
It wouldn't have 15-20 games. - NES Mini has 30 games. - SNES Mini has 21 games. N64 games being bigger would naturally mean there'd be less games on a hypothetical mini console, not to mention it'd sell for $100 minimum.
It could fit 15-20 games, depending on the games. Super Mario 64 is only 6mb, Banjo Kazooie is 16mb, 007 Goldeneye is 11mb, etc. The games aren't huge. The NES and SNES classics have 300mb available for game storage. Do the math.
I don't see a N64 mini having the same amount of games that SNES mini has, especially since SNES mini has less games than NES mini
Or you know, they could increase the storage.
The only Rare games I could see ending up on it would be Diddy Kong Racing, and Donkey Kong 64. Would love to have Blast Corps though. Also wtf no Pilot Wings 64?
Dude that list is 80% nope.
Extreme G! Oh I loved that game.
Realistically, we're looking at : Super Mario 64 Ocarina of Time Mario Kart 64 Donkey Kong 64 Star Fox 64 Majora's Mask Mario Party 3 Super Smash Bros Paper Mario Pokemon Snap Yoshi's Story Kirby 64
though it was an awesome game, i feel games like mario kart 64 and similar others should not be on it. My reason is due to you can play current versions of mario kart. I would want unique games that you wouldn't get to play. I would like a WWF wrestlmania 2000 on it though I know that would be a long shot. Yes I know golden eye got remade but that was crap. N64 probably my favorite Nintendo console to date, so many memories and so many games I played.
perfect dark. oo7 goldeneye,conkers bad fur day. donkey kong country 64,super mario 64,smash bros 64. mario kart 64, banjo series,excitebike 64,wwf no mercy, yoshis island 64,just to name
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