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    1. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    2. Donkey Kong 64
    3. Diddy Kong Racing
    4. Pokemon - Stadium
    $29.99
    5. Elite Beat Agents
    6. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
    7. Mega Man 64
    8. Snowboard Kids
    9. Harvest Moon 64
    10. Space Station: Silicon Valley
    11. Tarzan
    12. Aerofighter Assault
    13. POLARIS SNOCROSS
    14. Lode Runner 3D
    15. Micro Machines 64 Turbo
    16. WCW Nitro
    17. FIFA Road To Cup 98
    18. NHL Breakaway 99
    19. S.C.A.R.S.
    20. Gretzky 64

    1. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    by Nintendo
    Game Cartridge
    list price: $39.99
    Asin: B00000DMB3
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

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    Features

    • Variety of items and secrets
    • Fully 3-D rendered graphics
    • Clear background music and detailed sound effects
    • Highly interactive environment

    Reviews (850)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best RPG Ever
    I had forgotten how much I love this game!!With the impending release of the Nintendo Wii & Twilight Princess (Yes, I am one of the lucky ones with a confirmed pre-order for the system) I decided to do a re-play of the Master Quest edition of this game for the Nintendo Gamecube (for those of you who don't have the Master Quest edition it came as a free promo if you had pre-reserved Zelda:Wind Waker).Anyway, I am almost done with the re-play of the game (still missing a couple of those Gold Skultullas) and the gameplay, puzzles, graphics, are just as wonderful as I remembered.If you haven't played this game you owe it to yourself you will not be disappointed.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Game Ever
    This is game full of adventure. It is so fun. Travel finding many items learning songs and killing monsters.Ride a horse that you chose. Collect 3 outfits 3 swords and 3 shields.Best Game Ever.Very hard but fun. Get to be a kid and an adult.
    5-0 out of 5 stars ZELDA OCARNIA OF TIME: BEST GAME EVER
    I have loved this game since I first played it. It took me quitw awhile to finish the whole thing, many games today, you pass in 10,5, sometimes even 1 day. This game took me almost a year of hardcore playing day through night. The eerie music, and fantastical characters bring you you a world, you only dream of. One of the main reasons I still own my N64 is because of this memorable, phenominal, fantastic game. Lose yourself deep into the magical world that Link is in, and enjoy yourself! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Role Playing Games   


    2. Donkey Kong 64
    by Nintendo
    Game Cartridge (23 November, 1999)
    list price: $59.99
    Asin: B00002STEZ
    Sales Rank: 881
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    Features

    • 3-D action adventure game starring classic arcade characters
    • Search for more than 200 gold bananas
    • Play with Donkey Kong and four side kick friends
    • Mini-bonus games in Adventure mode
    • for 1 to 4 player5

    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Action and Adventure   


    3. Diddy Kong Racing
    by Nintendo
    Game Cartridge
    list price: $39.99
    Asin: B00002STH0
    Sales Rank: 716
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    4. Pokemon - Stadium
    by Nintendo
    Game Cartridge (13 March, 2000)
    list price: $59.99
    Asin: B00003OTI3
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    As with just about anything brandishing the Pokémon name,Read more

    Features

    • Enter your Pokemon in arena tournaments
    • Includes GB Transfer Pak which allows you to transfer pokemons from your Game Boy
    • Move ahead as you fight against 8 trainers per tournament
    • Enhanced graphics and sounds
    • For 1 or 2 player

    Reviews (159)

    5-0 out of 5 stars COOL...!!!!!
    My friend has this game and everytme
    5-0 out of 5 stars Let the Games Begin!
    Pokemon Stadium is a Pokemon fighting game for the Nintendo 64--not an adventure game like Red/Blue/Yellow or anything like that.In this game, you fight through different tournaments with your Pokemon, and once you beat everything, you unlock a "Round-2" mode--which I unfortunately don't know much about, since I have yet to unlock it.
    4-0 out of 5 stars A great game with strange coincidences...
    Pokemon Stadium is a great game that allows trainers to battle with the pokemon that they spent sooo much time training on their GameBoy pokemon red,blue,& yellow games! Note:You cannot use pokemon from the gold,silver,crystal,ruby,and sappire games,not to mention FR/LG versions of the game. I used to love playing this game back in 1999,but during the time that I used to play this game,I started to realize strange coincidences that always seemed to work in the enemy's favor! For some strange reason,moves with low accuracy,such as FISSURE,that also terminates one pokemon in a single hit! Would strike my pokemon WAY to often! Just to clarify,this is how it works,FISSURE only has a 30% chance of hitting an opponent,yet it seemed to strike my pokemon every time without fail! I have been know to refer to these coincidences as "Cheat-detectors" Because they only seem to happen if you are literally dominating your opponent! FISSURE is only an example,these "Cheat-detectors" can pop up at any time and effect any attack,you may find your attacks continueously missing you opponents pokemon for no appearent reason!!! These Cheat-detectors also exist in PokeMon Stadium 2,but Iam not sure if they exist in Pokemon Colosseum for the GameCube,but I'll bet that they are! This is not so much of a set-back as it is an annoyance,Cheat-detectors dont make the game impossible to win,but they do get in the way of winning as well as annoy you to no end. Pokemon Stadium & Pokemon Stadium 2
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    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Fighting   


    5. Elite Beat Agents
    by Nintendo
    Video Game (06 November, 2006)
    list price: $50.55 -- our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000HE9LL8
    Sales Rank: 3569
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    Features

    • By tapping and tracing patterns that appear on screen with the stylus, players play along with the song's rhythm
    • After each section, the player gets judged; The animated story changes depending on how well the player performs
    • If the player makes it though the whole song, he or she will be judged on the whole thing and get one of three endings -- the worse players do, the worse the story might end up
    • Every scene is accompanied by rump-shaking tunes, but players have to keep the Elite Beat Agents grooving
    • Rhythm games have come and gone, but no one has ever seen anything like the Elite Beat Agents!

    6. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
    by Activision
    Game Cartridge (21 March, 2000)
    list price: $49.99
    Asin: B00001QES1
    Sales Rank: 1764
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (137)

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of My All Time Favorite Games
    This, my friends, is quite simply the BEST sports game on the market. I hate them as a whole. I find them a boorish waste of time, but...
    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Game! Good Bargian!
    I bought this game today and popped it into my Poke'mon edition N64. This game was very strange for a person who is use to Pro Skater 2. You have to use the C buttons to control it! IT'S INSANELY HARD TO GET USED TO!I'd say the contols suck,but I finnaly got used to them after about 15 minutes. The graphics are not as goo as I expected, but its what I get for a buck seventy four.I did find one very strange thing though, the title screen says the game is called "Tony Hawks's Skateboarding". Overall, I would say:
    4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but get the Playstation version instead
    Extreme sports video games, up until the year 2000, were usually extremely lacking. The games often suffered from poor play control and graphics, and seemed rushed. But at long last, in the year 2000, Activision set out to correct all that had been done wrong previously with such titles. They went the extra mile to try to make the perfect skateboarding game. Did they succeed? Read on for my review of Tony Hawk Pro Skater.
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    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Sports    3. Extreme Sports    4. tonyhawk   


    7. Mega Man 64
    by Capcom
    Game Cartridge (15 January, 2001)

    Asin: B000050FAE
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Unlike his many 2-D platform-style shooting games of yore, Mega Man'sfirst N64 game looks similar to the 3-D style of the newer Read more

    Reviews (39)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Really Hard
    when u get it, it is fun. but after u beat the pirates it is impossible to beat. my friend gave me this game. dont buy this game, it is really hard. dont waste ur money.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Crappiest Game Ever
    This game sucks. I really enjoyed the original Mega Man but this game has nothing incomin with the original. First of all the controls are terrible. U cant just turn u have to stop then turn. After awhile this gets very annoying. Second the graphics for this game are very poor. U would think that since Mega Man was gooing 3-D the graphics would be better, well your wrong. the graphics just plain suck. Last the game is really only a little fun for the first 5 minutes u play but after that its very boring. Overall this game is very bad and is not worth buying or even renting. TOTAL DISAPOINTMENT!!!!!!!!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Be warned - this is NOT a Mega Man game
    In recent years, Capcom attempted to bring their classic Mega Man franchise into the new millennium. They gave the series a complete makeover, in a number of ways, and thus, the Legends series was born. How does this, the first game in the Legends series, measure up? Read on and see.Read more

    Subjects:  1. Megaman megaman64   


    8. Snowboard Kids
    by Atlus USA Inc
    Game Cartridge
    list price: $59.99
    Asin: B000009QD1
    Sales Rank: 4868
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (6)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fun and relatively hard to find in used game stores
    This wasn't widely released in America though those who have played it swear by it as being just as fun as Mario Kart 64. I agree with this comparison. However this has some fun twists that Mario Kart 64 lacks. One such twist is that laps occur when you get to the bottom of the hill and jump back on the lift. This can cause for some HILARIOUS chaos! If two racers have a good lead on opponents but are trying to bump each other out of the way to jump on the next lift chair, it can give other people a chance to catch up and possibly sneak onto a chair first if their opponents knocked each other over. I love this dynamic! Because it makes it more than just your average Mario Kart racing clone.
    5-0 out of 5 stars i love this game
    i was obsessed with this game for a while. i recomend it to anyone it keeps you entertained for hours

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Game!!!!
    I really like this game!! It has many things to do! I would really suggest getting this game! It keeps me busy for hours. ... Read more


    9. Harvest Moon 64
    by SVG Distribution
    Game Cartridge (03 January, 2000)
    list price: $59.99
    Asin: B00001ZWP8
    Sales Rank: 3053
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Sim farming game
    • Become a farmer, a rancher and find a wife
    • Beautiful 3-D graphics
    • Delightfully compelling gameplay
    • For 1 player

    Reviews (266)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The B-E-S-T!
    I have played this game over and over and I am still not tired of it! I would give this game more the five stars if I could! 1-0 out of 5 stars Only one of the most crappiest games ever!
    I hate this game. Basically you're a farmer who farms things. I will try to be fair and include pros and cons.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Best HM game I've played so far!
    This was my first harvest moon game and by far, the best I've played so far.I was around 6 years old and I loved the game!I didn't have a lot of games to play because they were all fighting or pokemon games, and as a girl, I didn't like those kinds of games.I even play this game today, at the age of 12 almost 13!I would recommend this game to anyone! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Strategy Games   


    10. Space Station: Silicon Valley
    by Take2 Interactive Software
    Game Cartridge

    Asin: B00002STGT
    Sales Rank: 7328
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (13)

    5-0 out of 5 stars wow
    unbelievable. this is the most innovative game i have ever played. it is also one of the most overlooked. MAKE A SEQUEL!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Silicon Valley: Creativity and Innovation at its Best
    As soon as Spacestation: Silicon Valley was inserted in my Nintendo 64, I really had no idea what to expect.I had read some articles in the past on the game in my favorite magazine, N64, and it seem to be shaping up to be a good game.However, I never thought that SSV would be one of the best games I had ever played.Well, SSV is just that: one of the most original, twisted, challenging, and addictive games available on the market today.Some, if not all gamers, have never even heard of the game.Well, to start, let me give a brief background on how the game begins, and how it is played.The game starts off with an introduction scene, in which a news station reports that SSV, a huge floating space colony, is still missing in space (making it 1000 years since it vanished).They have sent out various crews to find Spacestation, but have come up empty handed.Here, is where Evo (you), a robot, and Dan, the companion, come into play.They are a bunch of space freaks, who happen to accidentally crash land in SSV after arguing about what music to listen to.The landing breaks Evo into pieces, which float off into space;except for one key piece:the piece that is used to posses other robotic animals.This is one of the most created aspects of SSV, and there are more than forty different animals you can take control of.As you may have guessed, each animal has its own abilities, ranging from the classic water spray the elephant has, to the exploding brown mines the rat releases (or are those mines...).Animals have advantages and disadvantages as well.For example, the turtle may in fact be slow, but it packs a powerful cannon that fires long range.The game is divided into four unique environments:Europe, Arctic, Jungle, and Desert.There are nine levels in each world, which each have objectives, along with four bonus rounds (including my favorite, kangaroo boxing!).The objectives of each level are found before you select the level and vary greatly.Whether you are "collecting heads", or "gaining access to the King Rat's lair", you will surely have a fun time doing all the objectives.The objectives may sound easy, however, once you get well into the game, the difficulty bar rises, and suddenly the game gets much more challenging and the puzzles become tough as nails.With over forty levels, and forty animals, the game never gets repetitious, and the game will always have you coming back for more.In addition to to the non-stop gameplay, there comes the music in the game.SSV has possibly one of the best music sound tracks to this date.In fact, if you let go of the controller for a moment, the animals begin to groove themselves!Cheesy 70's style elevator music fits the game perfectly, and you will often find yourself humming these addictive tunes, even when you are not playing.Spacestation: Silicon Valley is an animal filled fest, and is nothing but pure gold when it comes to video games.Words simply cannot due justice for SSV.So, if you own a Nintendo 64, you should most definitely buy one of the most overlooked games of all time:Spacestation: Silicon Valley, by Take 2 and DMA designers.

    5-0 out of 5 stars It's out of this world!
    it's a very very fun game and I love the polar bear and the wolf ... Read more


    11. Tarzan
    by Activision
    Game Cartridge (08 February, 2000)
    list price: $49.99
    Asin: B00002STFF
    Sales Rank: 9120
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (7)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Maybe less than 2 Stars
    Tarzan for the N64 isn't as somebody may think. It is NOT 3-D. Only some levels are in 3-D and you most of the time use the Control Pad to move Tarzan around the place. It is kind of challenging, and if you have not a controller pak, and you lose at the final levels, trust me: You will be mad. So, if you REALLY are into Tarzan get this and a Controller Pak, but action-adventure gamers like me would pass on this. It is not worth it. Tarzan:Untamed for the Gamecube is way better than this, and it is cheaper, and even that does not meet an action-gamer's expectations, so pass on this. The graphics aren't too good, the sound isn't that great, the controls are pretty hard, it is boring, it's not in 3-D, and even Yoshi's Story is much funner than this.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tarzan
    Several months after Sony shipped Tarzan for the PlayStation, Activision released the same game to Nintendo 64 owners, perhaps in an attempt to satisfy those N64 fans who might have heard that the earlier Disney animated-film-to-game translation actually fared quite well. In both versions, gameplay is fun, diverse, and not just a cross-media no-brainier licensing affair. However, the N64 game does fall short of the previous version, in a couple of areas that do not necessarily impair the overall quality of the game. But first, on to the details. The single-player platform game follows the recently released animated film's plot exactly, and that's a very good thing, as the movie's pacing is conducive to the challenges you expect from a video game. Actually, what Tarzan captures, surprisingly, is the simplicity (with challenge) found in classic games. You play as Tarzan most of the time, first as the young ape-man in training and then later as the perpetually "prime of life" Tarzan. When you're not playing as Tarzan, you're running through the jungle as Jane, in a Victorian dress, attempting to flee a pack of baboons, or you're tearing up the campsite as Terk, Tarzan's she-ape companion. There are 14 levels in all, and, surprisingly, each level and the objective therein is strikingly different from one another. Sure, there are conventions that reoccur in some levels, such as swinging on vines or sliding along fallen trees. However, these consistent features contribute to your overall grasp of the gameplay and become more demanding as you proceed (yes, demanding, on anything other than the "easy" setting, which is insanely novice, yet good for beginning gamers, no doubt). About half the levels are composed of standard 2D platform jumping, while you grab items and avoid animals until you reach the end. The rest of the levels take advantage of action scenes in the movie. In the Stampede level, for example, you control Tarzan as he runs ahead of a pack of elephants Crash Bandicoot- or Herc's Adventures-style. You move from side to side and jump when necessary. This parallels the stampede scene in the movie. In the SaborAttacks level, you fight the leopard, Sabor, with a spear and with tricky jumping moves a number of times until you conquer him, just as in the film. The aforementioned event with Jane is the Baboon Chase level, which follows the movie so closely that it has Tarzan swinging in to save you, hence navigating the chase at that point. Bonus levels exist as well. To earn one, you must collect four pieces of Jane's baboon drawings scattered around the environment. If you do so, you'll glide down a stream on a raft, grabbing tokens and fruits until the timer runs out, or you'll ride through the jungle on a stork, doing the same, or you'll slide along the fallen trees in the style of Crystal Dynamics' Pandemonium, ducking limbs and jumping over others. What's the point of tokens and fruit? It's all pretty intuitive. The tokens, in lots of 100, give you an extra life, and the fruits (yellow, purple, red, and blue of varying strengths and availability), are for you to lob at animals that get in your way. You'll also pick up other objects, such as a stone blade, to use against close-range predators. Bananas are used to increase your health meter and are pretty readily available throughout the game. If you collect all the letters in Tarzan's name (also scattered throughout each level), you open up movies that move the game forward. Worthy of mentioning, too, is the fact that you can go back and replay saved levels, should you want to find all the tokens, drawing pieces, or letters to gain extra lives (necessary for some of the later levels) or acquire a better ending score. One problem with the N64 Tarzan is that the controls aren't the greatest. The PlayStation version was moderately plagued by similar shortcomings, yet the N64 stick does not respond well to climbing, swinging, or fighting tigers. In fact, the analog offers entirely too much freedom - a feature that Tarzan gameplay doesn't require. Stick with the D-pad or nothing, for the most part, through most of this game. You'll usually deal with the animals (sometimes your enemies, sometimes there to give you a lift) immediately, but if you don't, you'll discover fairly quickly that the AI isn't too swift. In most cases, the animals are predictable and can be dispelled with fruit bombs or avoided altogether with little effort - with the exception of the evil, evil birds. We also noticed that the collision is occasionally laughable. Several times we managed to use our knife, which is more of a handheld stone blade, to dispose of pesky animals without even making contact with them. But this wasn't a repeated offense, so it's forgivable, considering the game's strong points. In the sensory areas, Tarzan doesn't really look too fantastic on the N64. The PlayStation version (all hail the disc!) offers animated cutscenes from the movie to progress the plot along, while the N64 version tosses you into the gameplay, so as a result the N64 game doesn't have the same degree of plot coherence. Some slowdown is apparent if too much action is happening on the screen, which can be annoying on levels such as the Baboon Chase, wherein you're trying to knock apes out of your way as you run from baboons and avoid other obstacles. In a word, consistency in speed is mandatory to get through such challenges successfully. Also, the N64 cart doesn't support the rich sound you expect. It's somewhat muddled-sounding. However, all in all, Tarzan on the N64 is a pleasant surprise that rises from its rough spots with a fair amount of success. While the game is not particularly mind-stumping or sophisticated, it is challenging and does require a good amount of skill, whether in jumping from place to place, knowing where hidden items might be, or fighting belligerent leopards who lunge a lot. Even if movie-license games turn you off, this game is an exception and worth taking a look at. If you can't stand Disney and have no interest in the franchise, this game is still worth looking at

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best game ever!
    I played this game at my friend's house. I was very good at it but still needed more practice. That's when I got it. The first couple of levels are there just so you can learn how to play. If you've seen the movie, you'll know who Terk is. While you are playing the forst couple of levels, the are little Terk "heads". If you jump up and touch them, Terk will come out and teach you how to do somthing. For example, in one level he teaches you how to swing on vines. After that things get a little trickier. In one of the levels, you have a stampede of elephants chasing after you. Terk doesn't show up in that one, so it's kind of hard. I myself have never finished the game. But even though it is a little frustrating when you lose, (somtimes) it's still fun. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Action and Adventure   


    12. Aerofighter Assault
    by Vic Tokai, Inc.
    Game Cartridge

    Asin: B00002SWA8
    Sales Rank: 8445
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (11)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very Fun
    Aerofighter Assault is a really nice aircraft simulator and has pretty good graphics for an n64 game. Though the weapons are sort of unrealistic (ninja stars?), the gameplay and individual feel and control of each plane more than makes up for it. I personally prefer the fx plane, it has a really powerful special and is very maneuverable. The countinuous pilot talk does get a little annoying after a while and, for some reason, the storyline gameplay does not go by difficulty (or a least for me....It took me only 1 try to comeplete the 6th mission while it took me more 5 tries for the 3rd mission). Overall this game is great and will have you captivated for hours.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best
    I love this game, but until now (soon) I will be able to play it whenever I want. My cousin rented it twice. But now I bought it used. Anyway, it is the coolest game to play and is really neat. Personally, I like crashing my planes into buildings and shooting missiles at them. It's so much fun. I think it's the best N64 game I've ever played.

    4-0 out of 5 stars N64's Ultimate Air Combat Game...
    This game is Nintendo 64's best game of air combat. You have four different planes to choose from including: F-14 Tomcat, FS-X, SU 35, and an A-10. Eash plane has their own different missles like the standard F-14's, stars, fireballs, and rockets. Each plane has a special weapon like a Ninja Beam (the strongest), Tomohawk missles, a fire wave, and a bomb. Read more


    13. POLARIS SNOCROSS
    by Victory Multimedia
    CD-ROM

    Asin: B00004U4Q1
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Experience the handling and style of Polaris--the world's leading producer of snowmobiles--without leaving your living room. Players race through snow-covered mountains in a variety of world locations. Packed with such features as the head-to-head mode and more than a dozen tricks, Read more

    Reviews (4)

    3-0 out of 5 stars not that great
    I rented this game the other day not sure how it would be. As it turns out , its fun,but not that great. The graphics arent really up to what they should be.Maybe thats just because I also have a playstation 2 and ever since everything looks much crappier. The overall racing was fun but there wasnt enough modes.Its basically race or race. No freestyle modes. In conclusion , buy a ps2. It will enhance your gameplaying 10 fold, or however you want to put it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent game to beat those Winter blues!
    This game is a great racer...if you liked "Wave Race" you'll like this!Now it's only a matter of time till Sea Doo's "Hydro Cross"!!!SwEeEeT

    4-0 out of 5 stars Neal Binghams review of Polaris Snocross 2001
    Polaris Snocross is a fairly decent game. It has some things that the creators could change. But overall this game is ordinary. It has a wide variety of Snowcross sleds. But they have the other games would have just one to three sleds. The tracks are pretty cool. The tricks are cool but, they don't list all the tricks you'll have to figure out the others for yourself! And thanks for letting a review happen overall its a pretty cool game. ... Read more


    14. Lode Runner 3D
    by Goodtimes Interactive
    Game Cartridge

    Asin: B00000J96T
    Sales Rank: 6412
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (5)

    2-0 out of 5 stars doing the math
    Hmm, let's try 2 stars and see how the average changes

    1-0 out of 5 stars 5+3+1=? stars
    Why would five, three and one star reviews average out to a four and a half stars?Is there something wrong with my math as I know it?(The 5/3/1 stars are obviously before my input here..)

    5-0 out of 5 stars great game
    this is an awesome, but somewhat tough game.the cheats make it THE BEST game that is out there! ... Read more


    15. Micro Machines 64 Turbo
    by Midway Home Entertainment, Inc.
    Game Cartridge (16 September, 1999)
    list price: $0.00
    Asin: B000021Y11
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    Editorial Review

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    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Racing    3. Cars    4. Nintendo 64 (Nintendo64)    5. N64    6. Racing (Race, Races)    7. Flying (Fly)   


    16. WCW Nitro
    Game Cartridge
    list price: $29.99
    Asin: B00000IH04
    Sales Rank: 9518
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (6)

    1-0 out of 5 stars The Worst Wrestling Game EVER!
    I was a huge fan of Acclaims first two wrestling released (Warzone & Attitude) but when I played THQ's WCW/NWO REVENGE the first time, I found it to be more enjoyable then the Acclaim games. Even tho I wasnt a fan of the WCW after a while that game became extremly addicting. And I was thrilled when I heard THQ obtained the rights to WWF and released Wrestlemania and No Mercy. 1-0 out of 5 stars This game was the reason I stopped watching WCW
    Seriously, grab your shovels and let's bury this one because it totally bites! WCW/NWO Nitro is easily the worst game ever and I'm seriously talking about EVER!! No other game that I've ever played was this bad!4-0 out of 5 stars GOOD OVER ALL GAME!
    This game has flaw's, the game play on it ain't all that, but it's easier, and better game play, than Attitude, and War Zone!The character's are realistic looking, and there are some cool finishing moves on this game,but the hidden character's are hard enough to get.I suggest, getting thecode, or the player's guide, so you can actually do there moves as well. Another flaw on this game, is that it was rushed out!Right after Revengecame out, Nitro was released. Not a good comparasin. ... Read more


    17. FIFA Road To Cup 98
    by EA Sports
    Game Cartridge

    Asin: B00002STH9
    Sales Rank: 13110
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars It gives the N64 a little kick
    Where do I start? It has current up to date rosters of all the world cup teams. For friendly matches there is a stadium and wether selection. Game play is smooth and realistic. Tought AI make it and keep it challenging.Create and edit players is also available and a wide arrange of specialmoves to keep even the AI guessing. All in all this is a pretty good gameto play.....The only thing I did not like was the referee was a littlestiff....(But hey...aren't they in any sport). This game is a must for allsoccer fans in the world. ... Read more


    18. NHL Breakaway 99
    by LJN GAMES
    Game Cartridge

    Asin: B00005C7VZ
    Sales Rank: 15873
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars A decent sequel.
    This game is a decent follow-up to the title released last year. Much has stayed the same, but it is still a solid N64 game. It does not have the excitement that you would normally get from an EA game, but the game underneath here still provides plenty of fun for any N64 owners. ... Read more


    19. S.C.A.R.S.
    by UBI Soft
    Game Cartridge (24 September, 1999)
    list price: $59.99
    Asin: B0000296ZO
    Sales Rank: 16617
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (4)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Baad!!!
    This game is rather BAD! The graphics are lacking and the music, well, don't get me started on the music! It's like some kind of wannabe techno. Take my advice, DON'T BUY IT!!!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Average Game With Its Ups And Downs
    Really this game isn't all that bad, it infact is a nice game with neat graphics, interesting levels and may i say very interesting cars. The sound to me on this game is great, each level has its own music, the type of music which is perfect for racing to and the controls are easy to learn however, my only complaint is that this game lacks in replay value, like i kept playing this game over and over again until i finally managed to beat this somewhat tough game, but then once i finnished i never even really played this game much, you just get bored of it. I think the game could have featured some special tracks which you could get by completing challenges, and i think this game could have worked more on the fun factor, maybe add more interesting little games for multiplayer. Lowly recomend you buy this, highly recomend you rent this.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Game very chalenging
    This game is very chanlanging and fun. At first you might not like it but as you gain more cars it gets harder and alot more chlanging. Anyone looking fo and action/adventure game this is for you. You can shoot up the players with lasers, get forse fields, shoot traps and get turbo boosts. Its lots of fun. I highly recomend this game for anyone looking for an out of this world asing game. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Action and Adventure    3. Science Fiction    4. Cars    5. SCARS   


    20. Gretzky 64
    by Midway
    Game Cartridge

    Asin: B00005C4IE
    Sales Rank: 15555
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