The new racing game brought me right back to the wild planets and sci-fi cityscapes of the Nintendo 64 heyday.
The iconic multiplayer mode almost didn't come together at all.
The Mario Kart 64-killer started life as a generic racer and rushed out to greatness, twenty years ago.
The new 3D platformer feels like a throwback to a forgotten time, in a good way.
An obsolete memory card from the 90s made Mario’s foray into photoshopping inaccessible until now.
It sounds just like the beloved N64 games and for good reason—they have the same composer.
Goldeneye 007 launched twenty years ago. That's two decades of killing your best friends with proximity mines.
A ROM hack makes the classic Bond shooter different each time you play it.
Does the world really need a redesigned Nintendo 64 controller?
His grandma gets in on the party.
There's even a chance the company may not have even entered the world of video gaming had it not been for him.
It’s one of Nintendo’s greatest “underrated” games ever, and a modern take could be just the most fun. So, can we have it, please?