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From Max's Desk:

Yick! Sick!
    Been down with a cold all weekend, delaying updates a bit. However, thanks to the rest of our staff, we updated lots over the weekend. We'll have lots of good stuff soon, so stay tuned.

Columns:

My Two Cents: The Impact of Video Games
    Having experienced both The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Final Fantasy VII, Ryan Cheyne examines Square's role in the video game industry.

Previews:

Tetris By the Shovel-Full!
    With the imminent arrival of an unprecedented 3rd Tetris title for the N64, Bryan Dawson takes a look at The New Tetris... or The Game Formerly Known As Tetris 64.

Editorials:

Maggie, Can You Spell Emu?
    On the heels of the latest in N64 emulation software, Brian Taylor discusses its technical, moral, and legal implications in this new editorial.

Releases:

Do We Idolize Dampé Or What?
    The graveyard shift of the 64 Source has posted Jon's latest list of release dates for your reference.

News:

Loads of News!
    A bunch of stuff today. Thanks to Colin, we've got some exciting news on the Japanese release of WCW/NWO Revenge. We've also got info on the N64 modem, Smash Bros, Harvest Moon and other tidbits that accumulated while the server was down.

Reviews:

Prelude To A Blood Bath
    Andrew once again braves the fog to bring us his thoughts of the original Turok: Dinosaur Hunter.

Reviews:

Jon and Ryan Body Slam Revenge
    Well, not really. This tag-team actually thinks very highly of the latest wrestling sim from Acclaim!

Previews:

Bryan is In the Zone!
    Bryan Dawson gives us a look at Konami's NBA In the Zone '99 in a full preview and sees how it will measure up to other basketball titles, like NBA Jam '99.

Initial Impressions:

A Few Impressions on Castlevania
    Here are some unorganized, random thoughts on Castlevania from Max. We'll have more organized impressions by tomorrow.

Initial Impressions:

Gauntlet Legends Arcade Impressions
    These were posted a week ago, but not working. Just in case, we've reposted them. Take a first hands-on look at the 3D update to the Atari clasic, giving a good idea what the N64 version will look like...

Mailbag:

We Take on Another Heaping Bag of Mail!!!
    Yup, it's that time of the week once more, where we answer your questions and respond to your comments. This week, we take on questions and comments regarding S-Video, Metroid, Latin America and Dan from RareNet gets rude. =)

Logo/Slogan Contest:

NEW Logo/Slogan Contest!
    We've gotten some really fantastic entries so far, but we need more! Keep 'em coming! Our current Zelda logo/slogan is way out of date and has got to go! What's more, we need you to help us come up with a new one! Here's the details on how you can help us out, and get your five-minutes of fame on the Source! You have until next Friday, so get cracking!

Speak Out:

Last Chance to Speak Out!!!
    We're getting ready to tabulate the results of our latest poll, so this is your last chance to tell us what loot you got over the holidays! Score any new games this holiday season? Maybe a GBC or N64? Let us know!

Feedback:

Why wait? Write us!
    Now that the latest mailbag is online, the time is right to start getting in questions for the next one. Ask us anything!

Releases:

Updated 1/25/99: Jon's Keeping Us Up to Date!
    More release dates, as Castlevania grows one day closer, and new titles are confirmed and settling into the release date schedule.

News:

BREAKING NEWS!!!
    Can James come and play?

Codes:

Code-Guy Carnage!
    Ty 'n Ryan serve you up some big beefy chunks of code goodness for Turok 2, Smash Bros., Buck Bumble, FOX College Hoops '99, Top Gear Overdrive, and more!

Initial Impressions:

Mickey Mouse Tetris Mania
    Max got ahold of Capcom's first N64 title, Magical Tetris Challenge. After prying him away from it with a crowbar, he's ready to share his initial thoughts of this new twist on the classic puzzler.

FAQs:

Ryan Makes Waves
    In a new FAQ, Ryan discusses the finer points of this still graphically superb N64 classic.

Previews:

If You Should Go Skating On The Thin Ice...
    Andrew has the low-down on the sequel to an old NES hockey game, Blades of Steel.

Reviews:

No, Not Smucker's Jam
    NBA Jam '99. Well, not really now that the lockout is over. Bryan shares his thoughts on this arcade b-ball game for N64.

Reviews:

Not A Baywatch Joke But An Incredible Simulation
    Space Station: Silicon Valley is the latest game to be reviewed by the ever-busy Ryan.

Releases:

***NEW!!! Japanese Release Dates!****
    Thanks to the hard work of Desmond Gaban and Stephen Keller, we've implemented Japanese release dates which we'll try to keep up as much as possible. Find out what's upcoming in the Land of the Rising Sun!

Columns:

Is It Just Me? Or Did Justin Nation Vanish?!?
    64 Source founder, Justin Nation, takes time to explain what's been going on at the site & where he's been lately and some changes you can expect to see around here... He's stepping down. Find out why.

Previews:

Justin Wood is Ready to Party...
    Our retail guru is totally excited about the upcoming Mario Party--and who isn't? With a little help from Max, Justin has whipped up a preview chock full of screens, art and info on this hot upcoming title!

Reviews:

Ryan Reviews Rogue Squadron...
    Ryan Cheyne has been a regular reviewing machine lately! Tonight, he gives us his impressions of the Star Wars game, Rogue Squadron. See what he has to say about it, and may the Force be with you!

Reviews:

More Turok 2
    The staff can't get enough of Turok 2, and Ryan Cheyne is no exception. Read his review of the shooter which has been getting a lot praise and a lot of flak at the same time.

Reviews:

Mario 64 -- Fun Forever?
    Continuing with his recent reviews of classic N64 games, Andrew Li takes a look at the game that started it all for the system. How well does it measure up by today's standards? You can count on the ever critical Andrew to give you the straight dope.

Mailbag:

Turbo Action Mailbag!
    We've got a super hyper edition of mailbag tonight! Tons of great questions and answers sure to keep you busy reading for some time.

FAQs:

RPG FAQ
    The RPG FAQ gets an update... Read through it and check out recent developments in that genre on the 64, or learn everything you ever wanted to know about N64 RPGs if you've never seen it.

Editorials:

We Don't Need No Stinkin' Bias
    ...but maybe it's not as bad a thing as people make it out to be. Responding largely to Cameron Hinkle's editorial on EGM, Rob Stevens looks at the ins and outs of just what bias is, and how it's not always as big a deal as it could be.

Columns:

My Two Cents
    We all love Rare, but just why? Andrew Li takes a moment to talk about just what makes one of his favorite developers so great.

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