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Blast Corps, for the Nintendo 64, didn’t seem to give much of a damn for accurate physics. You could drive on gas-giant Neptune and it had the lowest gravity of any of the game’s extraterrestrial levels (it should be the highest). But as GameXplain marvellously demonstrates, the map menu is jaw-droppingly true to life.
Well, now. this video gets a big ole George Takei “Oh my …” It’s just someone doing suggestive things to a Nintendo 64 controller, is that NSFW? Well, yeah, because I’d probably get arrested for showing it to a minor.
I’m guessing that when the N64 was in its prime, most of you were too young to be drinking beer, so this never occurred to you, but you can actually use an N64 controller to open a bottle of beer and this genius video will show you how.
I always figured I’d be pretty crap if I had to survive in a real-life version of GoldenEye. I was pretty solid at the N64 game back in the day (or at least, I think I was), but give me an actual Klobb and set me loose, and I’d be done for.
A modern, animated and slightly terrifying take on Nintendo’s most storied of Christmas tales. Not suitable for small children.
The Team That Made GoldenEye Was All For Adding That Famous Multiplayer Last Minute—They Just Didn’t Tell Their Bosses
Fellow gamers who came of age in the late 1990s may remember that any time four or more of their friends got together in one place, a round of GoldenEye was almost certain to break out. From 1997 through at least 1999, it seemed to be almost everywhere. Even players (like yours truly) who didn’t own a Nintendo 64 put in at least a few rounds at friends’ houses. Whether you remember it fondly or think it was terrible, GoldenEye, and particularly its multiplayer, were a staple of the times.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Kirby first appeared on the Nintendo Gameboy. I still remember the first time I saw that cute pink (Well, sort of cream-coloured with black outlines on the Gameboy) innocent-looking little marshmallow suck a bird down his gullet and swallow it whole. Since then, the Kirby series has become one of Nintendo’s flag ship franchises with 16 titles and guest appearances in numerous other games.
Editor-in-chief’s note: I was annoyed when I heard that ‘an exhibition exploring fascinatingly bad games‘ being held at New York University on Friday would include GoldenEye a Nintendo 64 game I loved when I was in college. Earth Defense Force and Big Rigs I could understand. They’re so bad, they’re good. But GoldenEye? WTF?