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The best game for the N64?

Super Mario 64
Goldeneye 007
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (Series)
Banjo-Kazooie (& Tooie)
Perfect Dark
Sports Games (Wrestling, Football, etc.)
Mario Party (Series)
Pokemon Stadium
Zelda: Ocarina of Time (& Majora's Mask)
Some other game


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15th July (11:30AM ET) - richie

Visit the new Message Board!

Just the other day I thought to myself, "Where the hell are all my N64 games?". I remember a point in time when I had well over 25 games or so, now it seems I only have about 7. I immediately moved to scold my little brother for leaving my games at his friends houses, mentioning notables such as Wave Race, Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey, Killer Instinct Gold, Mario Kart 64, and many other oldies that only an N64 old-timer could truly appreciate. But as the steam cooled down I noticed that my favorite game, the one-and-only masterpiece that made the N64, was still with me. Super Mario 64... I can remember taking that cartridge out of the piece of plastic and smelling it for the first time, like a new car smell x100. Super Mario 64 was revolutionary.

Yes, I still play my N64, and I'm sure that anyone reading this must be playing theirs as well. I still find enjoyment in games like Wave Race and Goldeneye, even odd games like Golden Nugget 64. Why don't you check out the new Poll below and tell us what your favorite game was. Obviously, there isn't enough options in the poll to cover every game, but I tried to pick the ones that got the most attention here at N64CC, by remembering the amount of codes and tricks I received.

I'm fairly impressed with the GameCube so far and I think its future looks promising. I can't wait to play Metroid Prime, Mario Sunshine, and the cell-shaded Zelda. Nintendo has always had a way of creating something new and fun, and it looks like the GameCube will most definitely reign 2nd among the consoles, only behind the trendy PS2.

On a side note, I just recently installed the Afterburner internal backlight into my Game Boy Advance, and it's amazing! I would advise anyone with a GBA to get this, and, if you don't know your way with soldering irons, get it professionally installed. You can easily destory the LCD on your GBA if you don't know what you're doing.

You should notice that most of the pop-up ads are gone now. If you're still getting pop-ups, try refreshing the page because they may be cached on your computer. Please check out the Message Board. I just put up an old-style message board similar to the one N64CC had years ago. I hope the simple style will make it easy for people to post and get the board into action. I'll see you there...

Feeling the summer heat,
Richie


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27th November (5:20PM ET) - richie

The birth of the Gamecube has officially ended the reign of the N64 as Nintendo's preeminent gaming system. Being such an exciting event, we figured that we'd update the site and finally "say goodbye" to all our fans that have made n64cc such a success throughout the years. I'll save the lengthy and sobby "n64hq-style" remarks for some other time, but it really is you - the reader - that helped us grow. I couldn't tell you how many sleepless nights I've had, sorting through hundreds of emails that wouldn't have existed without the work of countless readers.

However, with the dimming outlook on the web's economic status and the increasing responsibilities of everyday life, n64cc.com was put on the back burner earlier this year, and now, off it completely. Although this will be one of the last updates of Nintendo 64 Code Center, it will still be open as an N64 code archive as it always has. As you probably notice, the pop-up ads are serving as the minimal revenue we need to guarentee this website a reliable host (we have psx2central.com on the server as well). Keep your eyes open for an occassional update here or there, if nothing more than to write-up on a cool game (possibly GC) or something we find noteworthy to post about video games and the video game market.

Bjorn, a near perfect stranger, asked me to webmaster n64cc four years ago when he had to complete Swedish military obligations for a year. Now friends and partners, it's fun to look back and see how it all came together into a great experience. I hope you've had a good time too.

Sincere enjoyment,
Richie Weinhold and staff

 

28th September (4:30PM ET) - eiksirf

 

17th September (6:10PM ET) - T.J.

  • Hey guys. I just got back into the system, and I tried to update...but there are no codes in the code box! There are also no codes in my mailbox for the Fav. and Unfav. game list! Start sending them back in and we can go back to updating! Thanx!
  • Favorite and Unfavorite send here
  • Send codes here!

    -T.J.

11th September (10:45PM ET) - eiksirf

  • In trying to comment on the tragedy America has suffered this morning, words cannot express the message I wish to convey. We must unite mentally to endure these horrible events. I speak on behalf of everyone when I extend my best wishes and prayers to all that have been affected this September 11, 2001. God bless.

    -Dan


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