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Top 25 Nintendo 64 Games: 5-1

So here we are, the final curtain. You’ve stuck with me for my top 25 N64 games so far, and today you’ll get to see what made my top 5. 606 more words

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Ken Lobb: The Unsung Hero of Your Favorite Nintendo Games

As I was reading through this most recent issue of Game Informer, I came across an interview with a man named Ken Lobb. The name was one that I did not recognize, but as I continued reading found myself shocked that Lobb isn’t more of a household name in the industry. 346 more words

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Top 7 N64 Games: Number 2

Number two on the list is regarded by many as the greatest game ever made for the console. It’s one of my favorites and comes in number two on the list (you’ll see why number one got to where it’s at very soon). 296 more words

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Goldeneye 007 Review

Goldeneye 007 was not only the most acclaimed game in Rare’s illustrious library back when it was released on the Nintendo 64 in 1997, but one of the most revolutionary video games ever made. 1,013 more words

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5 Video Games That I Sorely Miss

Nowadays, I’m nothing of a gamer. I own an Xbox 360 that is covered in dust, my Live membership having lapsed long ago. In my youth, however, a video game controller was often in my hands (or being thrown from them during a temperamental rage-quit) after I reluctantly came inside. 959 more words

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GameSentral Rewind 093

This is the GameSentral Rewind, a daily recap of the top gaming headlines.

US President/COO: Nintendo must do “better job” communicating NX

Nintendo of America president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime has acknowledged that Nintendo must “do better” in the NX’s launch than it did for the Wii U. 365 more words

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