Nintendo 64

The Nintendo 64, stylized as NINTENDO64 and abbreviated as N64, is Nintendo’s third home video game console for the international market. Named for its 64-bit central processing unit.

  • Army men – Sarge’s heroes

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    Army Men 2 is an Action game, developed by Digital Eclipse and published by 3DO, which was released in 2000.

  • Beetle Adventures

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    Take control of a collection of the latest Volkswagen Beetle “2.0” models, from street type to off-road designs, and race across varying road types that will test your speed and endurance!
    Find shortcuts or use nitro boosts to finish first in order to move on to the next track. If the computer AI is to easy for you, battle against a friend in two player race mode or challenge up to 4 people in a special Battle Mode, with added abilities including weapons, from mines and rockets to magical elements, while collecting the flag and finding the exit!

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  • Bio Freaks

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    Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. is a 3D fighting game released by Midway in 1998. It was originally planned for arcades. However, this arcade prototype was scrapped and never officially released (although it exists on MAME), and the game was later released for the PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and PC.

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  • Cruis’n Usa

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    Cruis’n USA is an arcade racing game originally released in 1994. It was developed by Midway Games and published and distributed by Nintendo. It is the first game in the Cruis’n series and features locations around the United States.

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  • Cruis’n World

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    Cruis’n World is the 1996 sequel to the 1994 arcade racer Cruis’n USA. As the title implies, Cruis’n World allows players to race on various tracks around the world. The game also features more cars than Cruis’n USA. This game introduced stunts to the Cruis’n series. They served to dodge obstacles, take close curves and so. If the stunt makes the vehicle fly in the air, the game gives the player extra seconds of time. The game also uses small rocket boosts to speed up. The game was later released on the Nintendo 64 in 1998, being the best received of the Cruis’n ports.

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    Cruis’n World

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  • Excitebike 64

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    Experience extreme MX! You grind your way through the hairpin turn, a wall of mud exploding in your wake. Your next jump launches you into the air – you pull off a spectacular double no-footed can-can and become an instant legend! In Excitebike 64, you’ll find all the high-flying action, heart-stopping stunts and bone-jarring crashes of the extreme sport of motocross. It’ll set the daredevil inside you free. 20 stadium tracks and awesome outdoor courses – plus six different riders with six unique styles!

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    Excitebike 64

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  • Extreme G

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    Futuristic, sci-fi themed racing game featuring ridiculously fast motorcycles (of sorts) that can travel in excess of 1000 mph. They can also be outfitted with weapons, making each race fast and nerve-wracking.

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    Extreme G

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  • F-Zero x

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    BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2 (BS F-ZEROグランプリ2?) is the direct sequel to the original F-Zero game released for the Super Famicom via the Satellaview. Two versions were released – a non-SoundLink game and a SoundLink game. The original non-SoundLink version was released as BSF-Zero 2 Practice (BSF-ZERO2プラクティス?) on June 1, 1997 (although the title screen remained the same). It contained the four courses first seen throughout BS F-Zero Grand Prix (a Satellaview remake of the original), along with a new course called Mute City IV. Little is known about the later SoundLink version outside of surviving videos, but it was distributed in two halves in August 1997 and had a similar announcer and redone soundtrack as the previous Satellaview entry. At least the first week rearranged a few courses, and replaced two with new locations called “Forest I” and “Forest II”. Presuming no areas were repeated, this likely means the SoundLink version had twice as many courses total. In addition, it can be seen that the player cannot choose between Grand Prix and Practice modes in the SoundLink version; as it was a live broadcast, the player is forced to play each course in a timed Practice mode, and then the Grand Prix race.

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    F-Zero x

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  • F1 World Grand Prix

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    Superstar Michael Andretti personally guides you through the perilous and exciting world of Grand Prix Racing! Four of the most powerful racing machines are your to command on 16 famous international Grand Prix courses from around the globe! Hone your driving skills or challenge the best – it’s all up to you in this amazing simulation of Formula One racing!

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    F1 World Grand Prix

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