#Nintendo 64

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl is a Buggy Mess

Most Nintendo games in the past decade have been very well polished with little to no bugs. Long gone are the days of the Nintendo 64 where glitches and exploits could be performed by anyone with relative ease. After fans have had a few days with the latest Pokémon game, however, it seems those days may not be long gone after all.
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Nintendo Surprises Players with Animal Crossing: New Horizons Patch

According to Comicbook, Animal Crossing players were surprised when they turned on their consoles this morning and saw that Nintendo released an Animal Crossing: New Horizons patch for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and the Nintendo Switch OLED. Patch 2.0.3. The following issues related to the paid DLC Animal...
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Exclusive: Polymega's Next Module Brings Nintendo 64 Support

Playmaji's modular retro-gaming platform Polymega will be getting N64 support, we can exclusively reveal. The all-in-one console – which has finally found its way into the hands of customers this year after a prolonged delay – will be getting a new EM05 'Ultra' module soon, complete with a controller designed by Retro-Bit, based on its popular Tribute64 pad. In case you weren't aware, Polymega already supports original NES, SNES, Mega Drive / Genesis and TG-16 / PC-Engine games via its optional 'Element Modules', and the base unit itself can play CD games for the Mega CD, Saturn, PlayStation, TG-16 / PC-Engine CD and Neo Geo CD.
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Polymega Nintendo 64 Module Announced

Polymega, the retro-all-in-one console, has announced that they're releasing a Polymega Nintendo 64 module, the fifth so far. For the curious, the base console already supports Mega CD, PlayStation, Saturn, Neo Geo CD, and the TG-16/PC-Engine CD. The four other modules support NES, SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis, and TG-16/PC-Engine titles. The Polymega Nintendo 64 module will also come with a controller designed by Retro-Bit, which is based on their Tribute64 pad they released a few years earlier.

SEGA Mega Drive Controller is available for Nintendo Switch online subscribers

So far, the N64 controller was only briefly available when the Nintendo Switch online extended tariff plan was launched (of course, it will be available again). Orders now have Sega controller. Nintendo Switch online subscribers can now order their SEGA Megadrive controller, so if they have the Nintendo Switch Online...
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Nintendo shares critics and players thoughts for Mario Party Superstars

Have you played the Mario Party Superstars game yet? If not, what are you waiting for? The multiplayer party game is now available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch family of systems, and we’re so happy to see critics and players enjoying it so much. We’d love for you to join the party! Mario Party Superstars offers multiplayer fun that players can have with their family and friends locally or via online play, featuring five classic boards from the Nintendo 64 Mario Party games and a collection of 100 minigames from across the series.

It has Stuff

When I was a child I had a Nintendo 64 and an allowance. When that allowance reached the price of a brand new Nintendo 64 game I would become so excited that I had to buy one straight away. The problem inherent to this is that the Nintendo 64 had no games to actually buy. When I found myself at the store with money in hand and forced to choose between the likes of Iggy's Wreckin' Balls and Bio F.R.E.A.K.S., I opted instead for Quest 64. I had seen ads for it in video game magazines hyping it up and it looked sort of like Zelda. When I took it to the counter the teenager there-- and I remember this vividly-- looked the box over and said, "Whoa! Good choice!!"

Nintendo 64 Modder Replaces Innards With Intel NUC

Readers of a nervous disposition might like to look away, lest the sight of a Nintendo 64 with its Silicon Graphics-approved innards removed and replaced with PC parts (for which we are grateful to Hackaday) cause offence. There aren’t a lot of original parts left in the NUC-64, a storming...

They turn this Nintendo 64 into an ideal mini PC for the nostalgic

The legacy of the Nintendo 64 It is out of the question, to the point that Nintendo has revived its game catalog – and also its controller – through the Switch Online service. The console of the Japanese company was in charge of introducing several innovations to the video game industry, and it continues to be one of the most sought after by collectors. However, a modder decided to go one step further and used his wits to turn a copy into a mini PC.

A reward offers $ 5,000 USD for some F-Zero tracks

Although for many the second F-Zero game was the delivery of Nintendo 64, the Japanese market arrived BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2 in 1997. This title was only available through Satellaview, a service that allowed Super Famicom players to get new games and additional content on a weekly basis. Now, a collector is offering a large reward for a series of clues found this way.