N64 Hori Mini Pad review
The N64 Hori Mini Pad is considered to be the holy grail of N64 controllers by many enthusiasts, but does it really live up to its reputation?
Can't get your N64 to work with your HDTV? Try these potential fixes
It’s reassuring to know that so many N64 consoles still work 20 years later. But as TV technology changes, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find a setup that your trusty N64 will work with.
Take a closer look at the Rumble Pak editions of Super Mario 64 and Wave Race 64
Following the success of Star Fox 64 and the N64 Rumble Pak, Nintendo released revised versions of Super Mario 64 and Wave Race 64 to further showcase its force-feedback accessory.
Our favourite Rumble Pak moments
Rumble functionality is something that we gamers take for granted nowadays, but back in the N64’s heyday it felt like a revolution.
The N64 Rumble Pak came out 20 years ago
Nintendo’s force-feedback peripheral not only gave gamers a new level of immersion, but shook up the entire industry.
Star Fox 64 is now 20 years old
Released in Japan on 27 April 1997, Star Fox 64 delivered an immersive cinematic experience, and Nintendo heavily marketed it as such.
Star Fox 64 review
Star Fox 64 garnered praise in 1997 for its cinematic visual quality and for being the first N64 game to provide Rumble Pak support. Has this sheen rubbed off 20 years later? More importantly, is Star Fox 64 still fun to play?
New documentary, GoldenEra, to tell untold story of GoldenEye 007's development
Rollercoaster Films, the company behind GoldenEra, has launched an Indiegogo campaign to crowdfund the documentary, offering a selection of GoldenEye 007-themed rewards for backers.
Turok composer releases personal version of game's soundtrack from private collection
After 20 years, Darren Mitchell, the composer of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, has for the very first time released his personal CD of the game’s soundtrack for purchase.
Yooka-Laylee is made for modern N64 gamers
Playtonic Games’ 3D platforming revival has all the charm and style – and even some of the flaws – of the N64 classics that inspired it. If you still play your N64 on a regular basis, then there’s a good chance you’ll have a greater appreciation of Yooka-Laylee than most.