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Nintendo’s been quiet about when games from the Nintendo 64 might be coming to the Wii U Virtual Console. But there’s a new mention of “the future addition of titles from the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo 64 systems” on the web page for the console’s eShop digital storefront.
Video: The classic N64 shooter GoldenEye 007 lives again for a few minutes, thanks to a modder, William Kjellgren, who remade one of the most known maps of the game, the Facility, using the Far Cry 3 engine.
We’ve shared LEGO Transformers made by New York-based artist Baron von Brunk before, and he’s now back with some completely mind-bending stuff. He created not just one, but four authentic, near-perfect LEGO N64 components that can transform into various robots.
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.