Classic Game Systems You Need to Play Before You Die
One of the all time classic consoles, the N64 was released in Japan in 1996 and sold around 33 million units. There are around 400 games for the system and some of the best included Mario 64, Turok, Goldeneye, Wave Race 64 (a personal favourite), Pilotwings and Conker’s Bad Fur Day.
The games came on a cartridge and, like it or not, worked brilliantly, with quick loading time and good graphics and sound. The N64 was a collaboration between Nintendo and SGI (Silicon Graphics), with SGI creating the “Reality Immersion Engine” that rendered 32-bit pixels ((16.7 million colours) and a whole bunch of other technical marvels that resulted in one of the best consoles ever made. The 3 pronged controller was easy to handle, with its analogue joystick that was a treat to use with Wave Race and Pilotwings. The controller helped the latter game give a sense that you were actually flying.
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