Follow us on:

Posts tagged N64

One-man band covers Banjo-Kazooie theme, all instruments included

Covering the intro theme from the Nintendo 64 platformer classic Banjo-Kazooie is a daunting task for any group of musicians. For one thing, it uses a million instruments -- aside from the obvious banjo and kazoo parts, other sections of the melody employ the trumpet, trombone, saxophone, violin,...

Continue Reading

Corrupted Super Mario 64 shows the real mushroom kingdom

Sometimes cartridges go bad. We can't explain what is going on in this footage of a corrupted Super Mario 64, presented by the same individual who posted that creepy Sesame Street footage earlier this year, but at least we know to avoid Princess Peach when she's baking a cake. Peach smash!...

Continue Reading

Retro-bit bringing wireless controllers to retro consoles

Remember Retro-Bit, the company behind the nifty handheld NES / SNES, the RetroDuo Portable? Once again, the company is looking to make your outdated gaming habits a little more convenient, this time with a line of wireless controllers for vintage consoles. There are three controllers in the...

Continue Reading

Uncut beta version of Conker's Bad Fur Day touted in fan fundraiser

Conker's Bad Fur Day is one of the Nintendo 64's more infamous releases. Originally pitched as a family-friendly adventure in the vein of developer Rare's own Banjo-Kazooie, Conker's direction changed drastically during its development, resulting in an M-rated adventure featuring squirrel...

Continue Reading

Watch the entire GoldenEye 007 postmortem from GDC Europe

We've already covered ex-Rare developer Martin Hollis' GoldenEye 007 postmortem presentation quite a bit, but the GDC Vault has now made the entire presentation available for free. We managed to note the highlights in our previous piece, but Hollis covered much more ground in the hour-long talk...

Continue Reading

GoldenEye 007's multiplayer was added last minute, unknown to Rare and Nintendo management

You might know that the multiplayer mode for GoldenEye 007, the seminal N64 shooter, was only added to the game late in development. What you probably don't know is that the mode was also added unbeknownst to the management at developer Rare and publisher Nintendo. The revelation comes by way of...

Continue Reading

Seen@GDC Europe: The adorable video that led to GoldenEye 007

When Martin Hollis first pitched GoldenEye 007 to Rare boss Tim Stamper in 1995, he had worked as a programmer on the arcade version of Killer Instinct. That wasn't, however, his greatest credential to direct the project, he told an audience at GDC Europe. No, his greatest credential was a video...

Continue Reading

Dual-analog N64 controller hacked together for Star Wars Episode I: Racer, GoldenEye

If you're like YouTube user "2010clarky," you probably wish you had two analog sticks for some Nintendo 64 games. Well unlike you, 2010clarky modded a slick N64 controller that features two analog sticks in order to play Star Wars Episode I Racer and GoldenEye 007. The result is pretty excellent....

Continue Reading

GoldenEye 007: Reloaded preview: Bringing back Bond

Here we go again. It was almost a certainty last year that we'd see the version of GoldenEye 007 released for the Wii eventually brought out to the HD consoles, but it's fair to say that Activision surprised everyone with the reveal of GoldenEye 007: Reloaded, being released this fall as a full...

Continue Reading

Portable N64 features controller port, tiny split-screens

We've seen plenty of homemade portable versions of the Nintendo 64, but nothing quite so bold as this. The D64 not only lets its wielder play any of the console's titles on-the-go -- it lets a second wielder get in on the split-screen action using another standalone controller!...

Continue Reading


Featured Stories

Image

Postcards from WildStar: See you, space cowboy

Posted on Jul 23rd 2014 7:30PM

Image

Twitch Tutorial: Keeping your audio in sync

Posted on Jul 22nd 2014 1:00PM

Engadget

Engadget

TUAW

TUAW

Massively

Massively

WoW

WoW