Sunday, February 20, 2011

Nintendo 64 Nostalgia Part 3

  Ok, this is my third installment of Nintendo 64 Nostalgia. Today I'm going to cover a few more Nintendo 64 games from my past. This is not a best of list, it is simply some of my favorites, and in no specific order. In case you missed the first two here is a link for...

Nintendo 64 Nostalgia part 1

Nintendo 64 Nostalgia part 2

Nintendo 64 Nostalgia Part 4

   Super Smash Bros.. This game is Nintendo's version of a fighting game, and it is awesome. It sheds the traditional fighting game style, and delivers everything you would expect from Nintendo. This is probably my favorite multiplayer game on the Nintendo 64. It was just an absolute blast playing with 3 other friends, falcon punching Kirby into oblivion, throwing barrages of pk thunders. This game is still as fun today, as it was years ago.


    Mario Party 2. Another multiplayer Mario game. Mario Party 2 is basically a board game, with lots of mini games. Of the 3 Mario Party titles, 2 is the one I played the most frequently, that's really the only reason I chose this one. This game is just loads of fun. It randomly puts you on teams of 2v2 3v1 or FFA, for the mini games after each round. We've all cursed that bastard Wario for stealing our star.


 
 Cruis'n World. An arcade style racing game. This is another awesome multiplayer game. Cruis'n World, had you doing just that, cruising the world. You would start in Hawaii, and race all around the world, back to Florida, where you board a spaceship that takes you to the moon. You can do wheelies, drive on two side wheels, do flips, and barrel rolls.



   Blast Corps. Ok, it's time to break up this multiplayer lovefest. Blast Corps has you racing in front of a truck carrying a nuclear weapon, and you must clear a path, otherwise the nuke is going to blow. It's really just all about destruction. You tear down buildings in a variety of different vehicles. This game is so fun, it's easy to forget exactly what you're doing, and go on a destruction rampage, until the truck driver hits something, blowing everyone up.


  Space Station Silicon Valley. Made by the guys who would go on to make the GTA series, and it really shows. Space Station Silicon Valley has you running around different levels, hijacking animal's bodies trying to save humanity. It is basically an early Nintendo toy version of GTA, and it is a lot of fun.


  Ok, that wraps up part 3 of Nintendo 64 Nostalgia. I hope you enjoyed it, and maybe thought about some good times from your past.

17 comments:

  1. I want to play more pokemon on N64 . But I cant , mine is dead and I dont want to buy another console .

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  2. dude I play Smash Bros. in my Wii everytime my bros come to my house, we always have a blast!

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  3. Ahhhh, the memories. :) Great look back, TY.

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  4. Super Smash Bros. was really really awesome.

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  5. I always wanted to play blast corps but I never could get my hands on it.

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  6. i was more a sonic guy, but i spent several hours playing mario as well. This is one of those kind of games that will always prevail on our memories.

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  7. Settled alot of college household arguments with Smash Bros, thanks for taking me back, man!

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  8. yes!! mario party has been part of our "parties" from ages now, and smash its still part of our lives, we play the wii one every now and then

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  9. I think I'll try Mario Party again tonight. It used to be a fun game.

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  10. I play a lot of smash (melee and brawl). Good to see someone posting about the old smash brothers.

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  11. ah these pictures made me sooo giddy, thanks! happy birthday btw!!

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  12. I had a playstation growing up, and I only had a few friends with N64s, so sadly I don't know any of thse games.

    Sorry =(

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