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Pierce Brosnan plays the N64 classic, GoldenEye 007

Pierce Brosan, the Hollywood actor who starred as James Bond inĀ four Bond films played the fondly remembered Nintendo 64 first-person shooter classic, GoldenEye 007. GoldenEye 007 is hailed as one … Continue reading

08/20/2014 · Leave a comment

Super Mario 64 and the IMPOSSIBLE coins collected – The impossible is possible

  Ever after all these years, people still talk about the 3D platformer, Super Mario 64. A monumentous gaming achievement that set the standard for what many games were be … Continue reading

08/07/2014 · Leave a comment

Truth or Tale: Development of Diddy Kong Racing 2 May Be Underway

Rumors know no bound when it comes to speculation. Often at times, it’s a product of wishful thinking, nestaglic memories of old, and the fondness to relive past memories. According … Continue reading

07/10/2014 · Leave a comment

N64 GoldenEye Factory Speed Run with a Steering Wheel

Check out this awesome speed run at the Factory. What makes this so crazy is that this person is using a steering wheel to do the speed run. Its crazy … Continue reading

07/07/2014 · Leave a comment

Super Mario 64DD Version Discovered in Japan

Many years ago, Nintendo released the Nintendo 64DD (Disk Drive) that was meant to expand the capabilities of the Nintendo 64. It was deemed a commercial failure and soon after, … Continue reading

06/24/2014 · 2 Comments

A Non-Gamer’s View On Video Games

Hello I’m Summerskies2007, and I am a non-gamer girl in a relationship with a avid gamer. I might play Cooking Mama, and old-skool Sims 2 (my laptop is a hand-me-down … Continue reading

09/02/2013 · Leave a comment

(N64) Conker’s Bad Fur Day – Sexy US Commercial

I remember this hilarious commercial and recall being quite surprised when I found out that it was on the Nintendo 64. This has to be one of the most outrageous … Continue reading

08/06/2013 · 1 Comment