Nintendo 64 Europe Games


Were you an N64 fan, and do you remember the iconic console with the bizarrely shaped controllers? 

The Nintendo 64 and its’ successor the Gamecube made leaps forward for 30 games when they were first introduced. What were some of the classic N64 and Gamecube titles? The Nintendo 64 may be a mere memory for some gamers but it arguably revolutionized the gaming landscape for many when it was released back in 1996.

Some of its launch titles proved to be enduring classics. Mario 64, for instance, was a 3D platformer which pitted a surprisingly acrobatic plumber against the evil dinosaur Bowser in a bid to rescue Princess Peach from his clutches. Mario 64's gameplay was responsive and dynamic, and involved a control scheme that for the time was considered sophisticated and allowed players to jump, somersault, group pound and even fly. Another classic console game on the N64 was James Bond Goldeneye, a first person shooter modeled on the Hollywood movie of the same name. Players took control of British Agent 007 and guided him through a number of gun battles and hazardous environments. This site is supported by, a place where people who like casino games for real money can preview and play some of the best and newest online slot machines with no money at all.

What was the deal with Zelda: Majora's Mask and the Ben Drowned controversy?

In case you've never heard of it, this started with a Creepy Pasta story about a person called Ben Lawman. According to the story, recounted by Jadusable, a boy is drowned partway through playing the Nintendo 64 game, Majora's Mask. The narrator of the story turns up at the house of one of Ben's elderly relatives after his death and gives him the game cartridge for free. As he's playing the game he starts to experience notice glitches and creepy mishaps- was he being haunted by Ben? Further down the line certain people started impersonating Ben online until it emerged that they were using photos of a completely different person.

nintendo-n64-with-goldeneye-007What kind of collectors editions and cheats exist for the N64 and Gamecube?

What are some of the rarest Gamecube products, as well as the best in-game cheats? Firstly there's the limited edition Pokemon Gale of Darkness set. It comes with a Gamecube system and controller, a Pokemon XD game disc and a Limited Edition Pokemon XD Face Plate. It's hard to get hold of online and is likely to set you back a lot if you decide to buy one. Other limited editions include the Metroid Prime bonus bundle and the Resident Evil 4 Collectors Edition Pack, which include special art work as well as the game disc, console and controllers. In terms of Gamecube Cheats, the GTA style Simpsons game, Hit and Run has the option to use codes to unlock faster cars (L + R and press Y, Y, X, X), as well as an indestructible car- ( L + R and press Y, A, Y, A), and all vehicles (hold L + R and press A, B, A, B). N64 had the classic Goldeneye “big head" cheat as well as the “paintball” cheat and invincibility.

What kind of Nintendo 64 and Gamecube music is available online?

Are you looking for Nintendo 64 music online? Spotify is packed with tracks you can listen to from original game soundtracks, as is Youtube and various other streaming sites. If you're searching for downloadable MP3s are available from KH lnsider as well as #gamemp3’s. Some iconic game soundtracks are also performed live by orchestras and at special events. The Super Mario theme that is recurring throughout the Nintendo 64 and Gamecube universe was famously performed live by the London Symphony Orchestra and is available to download from various sites. Other titles that have enjoyed the symphonic treatment include the Zelda games and even the Donkey Kong soundtracks.

Nintendo 64 Europe Games