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  1. Here we are 2 days prior to the launch of the Switch, and I find myself thinking back 20 years, to when I picked up my brand new, super shiny, £249.99 Nintendo 64. These were super rare (by today's standards) at launch in the UK, 30,000 is the number mentioned. Imports had been changing hands (or at least were advertised in the small ads) for £600-800, which was an obscene amount of money to 14 year old me !! Anyway, my parents agreed to an N64 as a combined Christmas and Birthday present (my birthday is the 8th), so here is the story of my first Launch Day Conso
  2. The latest issue has just turned up. Look out for it next week. GoldenEye - 14 page feature with all nine developers discussing every aspect of the game Bob Wakelin tribute MUD: The original Dungeon Delver The History Of Championship/Football Manager Making Of The Need For Speed Courting Controversy (the horror games of CRL) Making Of The Mummy Hardware Heaven: C64 The Unconverted: Charlie Ninja From the archives: Warthog Games Peripheral Vision: GameCube controller Minority report: Wrestling games The Making Of Kingpin: L
  3. i can't find the thread, but a while back I backed a kickstarter for a new N64 anthology. I paid £130 on the understanding that they would send me two copies. one vanilla, and one with the other volume of game covers. I only got the special edition. I'm still bitter. But not so bitter that i won't tell you the book is on amazon for £25 at the moment. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nintendo-Anthology-Classic-Math-Manent/dp/1605849405/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1502288467&sr=1-1&keywords=n64+anthology
  4. Hi everyone - I'm hoping to garner some opinions on a retro gaming idea, if you would be able to help... I've got a business opportunity focused on gaming (arcade & consoles only at the moment) and one idea I've had to make it a bit more interesting to current and potential gamers is to provide a service a bit like Graze, Pact Coffee, Abel & Cole, etc. The idea is that you can go online, select which consoles you own and subscribe to a service that posts you a different game every month. You can play it and then send it back or you can keep it for an extra fee.
  5. A pseudo-sequel to the seminal Neo Geo original, Viewpoint 2064 was planned to be released on the Nintendo 64 in 1999, but Sammy Corporation had development issues, so it was eventually cancelled. A prototype recently surfaced though, and has now been sold on ebay for a whopping $3K Footage below: Looked pretty decent, imo.
  6. Unbelievable - 10 games with it. Original stuff about it's discovery and how to access it although apparently the easiest way is via emulation (PC emulating N64 emulating Spectrum - brilliant.) http://www.therwp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48139
  7. Wasn't sure where to ask with no EverDrive thread so I figured I'd make one. EverDrives are flash carts made for retro consoles, as a brief summary. The upside to using these is there is no emulation when using the original hardware for these old games. Got a Master (System) Everdrive last year and only just started organizing the roms, but in two instances now certain roms crash: Super Tetris (as soon as you press anything, otherwise it runs) Street Fighter 2 (I got up to Balrog before it decided to crap out on me, God this looks amazing considering the hardware it's on, mind.) I've got a 50/
  8. Remember this overexcited kid, and later You Tube phenomenon? If you don't, here's a reminder - from 2006: Well, now they've released a second video showing what happened afterwards. Sort of. Not as good as the original, but worth posting for nostalgia's sake.
  9. Just found this. Some of you will probably have seen it already, but for those who haven't, here's a 20-second preview of Ocarina of Time from 1995 - at that point it was probably simply called Zelda 64. Interesting to see how they originally wanted to use a NES style Link.
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