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Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64) Comments

After it was released in November 1998, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for Nintendo 64 (N64) was quickly hailed as one of the greatest games of all time.  It took a much-beloved 2D franchise and served it absolute poetic justice in a 3D world.  If you consider the subsequent 3D Zelda games, where you do think The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time ranks now?

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Yoshi’s Story (N64) Comments

Yoshi’s Story for Nintendo 64 (N64) arrived in March 1998.  Although some thought it was supposed to be a 2D sequel to Yoshi’s Island (Super NES), it certainly went in a different direction.  Most people call Yoshi’s Story a disappointment, but did you enjoy the game?

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WWF: War Zone (N64) Comments

Just like the competition on the airwaves between WWF and WCW in the late 1990s, there was quite a battle between WWF: War Zone and WCW vs. NWO: World Tour on Nintendo 64 (N64).  What did you think about WWF: War Zone?

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World Driver Championship (N64) Comments

World Driver Championship tried to fill the “realistic driving simulation” niche when it was released for Nintendo 64 (N64) in June 1999.  How did it compare to competition on other systems?  How does it compare today?

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World Cup 98 (N64) Comments

EA Sports’ World Cup 98 was the third FIFA game on Nintendo 64 (N64) when it was released in May 1998.  It contained new features and improvements over FIFA: Road to World Cup 98, but World Cup 98 only included World Cup participants and not league teams.  Do you think World Cup 98 still deserves recognition?

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Wipeout 64 (N64) Comments

Wipeout 64 for Nintendo 64 (N64) arrived in November 1998.  The venerable PlayStation racing franchise was ported to N64 and tried to take the best of the original Wipeout and Wipeout XL.  Do you think Wipeout 64 was worthy?

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Wheel of Fortune (N64) Comments

Wheel of Fortune for Nintendo 64 (N64) arrived in November 1997.  How does the N64 version of Wheel of Fortune rate against the versions that have appeared on other systems throughout the years?

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Wetrix (N64) Comments

Wetrix for Nintendo 64 (N64) arrived in June 1998 and was another fantastic, original puzzle game for the system.  It involves placing 3D pieces onto a flat, isometrically viewed, square surface in order to construct pools, channels, walls, and dams to trap water before it falls over the edge.  Although Wetrix was never popular, do you think it deserved better?

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WCW vs. NWO: World Tour (N64) Comments

When professional wrestling started to experience a pop culture renaissance in the mid- to late-1990s, the first game to take advantage of it was WCW vs. NWO: World Tour, which was released in November 1997 for Nintendo 64 (N64).  (WCW was purchased by its competitor WWF/WWE in 2001.)  There is no doubt that WCW vs. NWO: World Tour was the best wrestling game ever made upon its release.  But the question is, how does it fare today?

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Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey ’98 (N64) Comments

Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey ’98 for Nintendo 64 (N64) arrived in December 1997.  It did not offer much more than the original game.  Do you have any thoughts about Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey ’98?

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Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey (N64) Comments

Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey, which was an early Nintendo 64 (N64) release in November 1996, was actually ported from the arcade.  The home version included both 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 hockey.  Did you enjoy the arcade-style gameplay of Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey?

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Wave Race 64 (N64) Comments

As one of the first releases for Nintendo 64 (N64), Wave Race 64 stunned with its wave effects, which were not only visually appealing but also affected the actual gameplay/control.  By the end of the N64’s life cycle, Wave Race 64 was still clearly one of the best racing games on the system.  How does it rate among the all-time greats?

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War Gods (N64) Comments

Although War Gods was the first 3D fighting game when it appeared on Nintendo 64 (N64) in May 1997, it certainly was not groundbreaking.  Is there anything memorable about War Gods?

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Waialae Country Club (N64) Comments

Waialae Country Club: True Golf Classics was the first golf game released for Nintendo 64 (N64) in July 1998.  It only contains ONE course to play.  That would be unacceptable by modern standards, but were there any reedming qualities of Waialae Country Club: True Golf Classics by which to remember it?

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Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (N64) Comments

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter was one of the N64’s showpiece games when it was released in February 1997.  It offered a unique control scheme and giant worlds to explore.  Would you consider Turok: Dinosaur Hunter a classic 3D first-person shooting game now?

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