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Nintendo 64; Likes, dislikes, favorites?
Topic Started: Nov 23 2010, 01:23 AM (1,065 Views)
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Ah the N64. Good times.....

First reaction, well I had already gotten the Super Nintendo, so I was like, "Sweet! New console!" But I was a wee little kid back then, so I didn't really get much of the games I played. I was already hooked onto the SNES so I didn't really bother with the N64. When I did play games on the N64, I had NO idea what I was doing though because most of the games had storylines to it. Being a small kid in a kindergarden, I had no intention in following the storyline, only to do what I wanted to do. For instance, in LOZ: Orcarina of Time, I ran around kokoriki (I think that's how you spell it) forest for hours trying to find the sword. I knew there was a sword somewhere, but I didn't know how to get to it because I didn't talk to the other people in the village/forest.

Now, I play every game to the fullest and I actually follow what I'm supposed to do.

Most Favourite Games:

- LOZ: Orcarina of Time
- Goldeneye
- LOZ: Majoras mask (that was one annoying one. And it was a game I played later on in my life, not when I first got the console)
- Starfox64 (Couldn't get past Corneria without help from my cousin)

That's all I can remember, but I'm sure there was more.
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Goldeneye in my opinion had the best multiplayer of all time for the N64. Well...next SSB.
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