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What imports are worth playing on this niBBa??

>> No.6964206

>niBBa
do sharts really?

>> No.6964210

zelda, mario, the list could go on

>> No.6964212

Mario, Zelda, the list goes on..

>> No.6964216

>>6964205
mario 64, ocarina of time, etc

>> No.6964230
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>> No.6964232

super mario 64, the legend of zelda: ocarina of time, and many other fine titles

>> No.6964291

>>6964205
Goemon: Mononoke Sugoroku. It's Monopoly + Magic the Gathering + Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon.

>> No.6964297

anything developed by Nintendo, Rare, and many others

>> No.6964305

>Nintendo 64
>doesn't even have 64 games worth playing
kek

>> No.6964345

Wasn't the N64 Evangelion game Japan-only? Apparently that plays pretty well.

>> No.6964601

>>6964305
quality over quantity, my dude.

>> No.6964636

>>6964230
Name?

>> No.6964645

F-Zero X Expansion Kit. You can get an English-patched rom conversion with a quick google search.

>> No.6964652

>>6964601
Then why is 95% of the N64 library shovelware?

>> No.6964662

>>6964652
I think you're confusing the N64 with the PS1.
If you were to pick a random game from the N64's library, more than likely it would turn out good.

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>>6964636
Filename.
Also Sin and Punishment, a must-have for the system.

>> No.6964715

>>6964205
I recommend Mario and Zelda.

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>>6964662
nope.

>> No.6964723

>>6964230
Is this hard to find? The only listing on ebay is very expensive

>> No.6964734
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The Custom Robo duology. The games are a very simple, but fun mix of Virtual-On and Armored Core with RPG elements.

>> No.6964741

>>6964205
there's like 5 of em

>> No.6964757

>>6964721
>1 game out of 388 means 95% of the library bad

>> No.6964774

>>6964723
Had a print run of only 10k copies.

>> No.6964778
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>> No.6964784

>>6964757
>1 good game out of 388 means quality over quantity

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>> No.6964795

>>6964778
Pretty boring and basic single-player mode. Saturn, '93/'94 on PCE, and 3/4 on SNES are all much better.

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I don't get it. why do you guys insist on console warring?
The time you waste console warring you could use playing games, or at least browsing threads of stuff you like. If you don't like the N64 or any other system, you can ignore the thread.

>> No.6964803

>>6964795
You think so? I think it's a pretty neat Bomberman game, maybe not as great as Saturn or Super 3/4, but still worth playing. Plus 4-players out of the box.

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>>6964205
I really wish N64 came like this, since it looks like its designed like a car. glossy

>> No.6964841

>>6964796
Sonyfags don't play games.

>> No.6964842

>>6964841
Rent free

>> No.6965051

>>6964723
>not owning an Everdrive
Lad...

>> No.6965180

>>6964205
super mario 64, legend of zelda ocarina of time, the list goes on

>> No.6965189

>>6965051
I can understand other consoles but with the n64 having only 10 games really worth playing you might as well just buy the carts.

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>> No.6965198
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better than the 2D dezaemons imo

>> No.6965238

>>6965194
Why's Pikachu on the boxart of this coomer incel game?

>> No.6965523
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Obvious:
>Super Mario 64
>Mario Kart 64
>Ocarina of Time & Master Quest
>Majora's Mask
>Smash
>Goldeneye
>Banjo and Conker

(Debatably) More obscure must-plays:
>Doom 64, Quake & Quake II
>Duke Nukem 3D
>Perfect Dark
>Shadows of the Empire
>Toy Story 2
>Pilotwings
>Indiana Jones
>LEGO Racers
>Evangelion (JP only but you only need to know the controls)


Also, OP: Get a flashcart rather than cartridge collecting, it'll save you big bucks and you can load romhacks and emulate NES games too in addition to having literally every N64 game of every region ever. I recommend the ED64+. Goes about $60 on Ebay, worth every penny. Make sure you have an Expansion Pak, most romhacks require it.

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>>6964205
Besides Sin & Punishment? Virtual Pro Wrestling 2. Even if you’re not a wrestling fan, I think you would like it. There are no complex inputs or ideas. It’s very simple. Your fighting spirit meter start out at green. The more moves you do, the higher the meter goes. Once it’s high enough, you can do your special finishing move. The dynamics of the spirit meter make the game. It’s obviously very reminiscent of pro wrestling: a wrestler performs well, the opponent makes a comeback and he’s back at square one. That’s how the meter translates that experience. One move from the opponent can fuck up your momentum and gain on you. The amount of moves and move options in the game are incredible, but nowhere near daunting for anyone unfamiliar. Now if you were a casual fan of 90’s wrestling, you may recognize some names despite most of the roster being Japanese. Vader, Andre the Giant, Kamala, Ultimo Dragon and even MMA/boxing legends like Rickson Gracie and Muhammad Ali are in it. The game also has an MMA mode, which is similar enough to the wrestling, but you can set your own rules, if you’re into that. I shill this game any chance I get. It’s great and simple, but a lot of depth.

>> No.6965527

>>6965238
It's pretty fun it's a dating sim crossed with game of life board game.

>> No.6965598

>>6964230
Were Treasure the only ones that made 2D games on the N64?

>> No.6966410

>>6964205
>>6964206
Is this English? What the Fuck

>> No.6966425

>>6965051
>owning an everdrive instead of just cutting to the chase and emulating
bruh....

>> No.6966430

>>6965523
>no mario party 2/3
>no mario golf
>no mario tennis

yeah no sweaty

>> No.6966443

>>6965523
Toy Story 2 is fine but the PS1 version is way better

>> No.6966452

>>6966425
>N64 emulation
*chortles*

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>>6965238
>this coomer incel game?
nice memes!
also, the girl on the cover is actually a butterface

>> No.6966468

>>6966425
yikes dawg

>> No.6966538

>>6966459
Would

>> No.6966564

>>6966459
I'm so disappointed.

>> No.6966567

>>6966459
Doesn't stop it from being a game for shut-in losers who need to have sex.

>> No.6966578

>>6966459
Looks like my first gf desu

>> No.6966587

>>6966578
based
theres nothing better than an ugly gf with a rockin bod

>> No.6966630

>>6966567
Projecting.

>> No.6966634

>>6966630
Seething.

>> No.6966661

>>6964205
LMAO... Almost nothing. It's got one of the smallest libraries of any system.

>> No.6966668

>>6965525
Based suggestion.
Recently I picked an interest in sumo wrestling and tried pic related on a whim, pretty damn fun actually, worth checking out.

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>>6966668
forgot pic

>> No.6966713

I'm glad I only paid a hundred dollars for my V3 EverDrive64. I mean I guess I'm glad I can play all these expensive games, but I'd rather play Saturn or PC-Engine any day of the week.

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Shigesato Itoi's No. 1 Bass Fishing is one of the best fishing games I've played, a shame it wasn't localized because it can be a bit complex to browse through the menus for people who can't read moon.

>> No.6968408

>>6964345
lol no it doesn't.

>> No.6968462

>>6964721
Honestly not that bad

>> No.6968912

>>6965523
Rogue Squadron was great, too.

>> No.6968919

>>6964721
He said randomly, not intentionally.

>> No.6969008

>>6966713
A hundred bucks? I paid 30 for my Chinese clone.

>> No.6969043 [DELETED] 

Yikes

>> No.6969060

>>6964205
wonder project fan translation

>> No.6969190
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>>6964345
It is Japan-only.
I wouldn't say it's a game that "plays pretty well", but it's still the only Evangelion game that feels like a proper "Evangelion: The Video Game" in the sense that it faithfully recreates the original material with great art direction and amazing visuals. It's definitely recommended for Evangelion fans.

>> No.6970117

>>6969008
I wanted the real thing. I don't like the idea of clones and knockoff's. Using an EverDrive is bad enough.

>> No.6970138

>>6970117
Why? The cart is just a bunch of ROM chips to begin with, I can't understand being "against" flashcarts in any way. The only negative is you have to wait 20 seconds or so to copy the game off the SD, but it'd take you that long to swap carts if you didn't have them loose.

I own chink clones of most of the flashcarts, they work just as well as whatever they're a copy of. Seems silly to favor supporting some east european over a chink, especially when he isn't even slightly competitive in terms of pricing.

>> No.6970252

I'm not sure that the import scene for the n64 is even any good. The most interesting import only stuff I know about is the first Animal Crossing, and the N64 DD games which I highly recommend if you're willing to shell out $1000. If you do get a DD I recommend the F-Zero X Expansion Kit, Doshin the Giant, and Doshin the Giant's far more obscure companion game, Kyojin no Doshin Kaihou Sensen Chibikko Chikko Daishuugou. The Mario Artist games are also very fun as they're basically the direct sequel to Mario Paint we never got, but these are big spender items since you need N64 mice to get the best experience (I say that because drawing with an analog stick is so much shittier, especially on a stick as fucked as the N64's)
There's also a train simulator game called Densha De Go! 64 you can get that's compatible with a train controller that mimics the controls of an actual train as well as being the second of two titles across the whole N64 library to support the mic. You don't need either to play the game but I assume playing with both is going to offer a better, more immersive experience and thankfully it's not too expensive to get the cart on its own, hovering at around $25-$30 CIB. Prices only really start cranking the heat up when the train controller gets involved.

>> No.6970309

>>6970252
>The most interesting import only stuff I know about is the first Animal Crossing
then you need to expand your knowledge before trying to act like an expert on the subject.

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it doesn't have a lot of content but it regularly goes for under $10 loose.

>> No.6970362

>>6970252
Densha de go on the N64 is a pretty trash port, and all the games have pretty decent PC versions, and you can even plug in the controllers with an adapter. You do lose the mic functionality, but it's a waste of time anyway.

>> No.6970401

>>6970309
Read the rest of my post you utter faggot.

>> No.6970504

>>6966630
The truth about your sad life.

>> No.6970523

>>6970504
How mad do you have to be to reply again to the same post 24+ hours later?

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>ctrl+f "Robopon"
>0 results

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I've played every tennis games I can find. From pong, to nes and snes tennis, from the abysmal virtua tennis, to the great top spin series on various consoles and on pc. This is by far the most satisfying, challenging, and the most replayable game the N64 has to offer. Stick with me for a moment: First of all, in order to experience the masterpiece, you will have to put hours into it. Firstly, every player needs an avatar. Be sure to minmax the stats. Most important are maximum forehand, maximum serve and maximum player speed. Then, every player needs to win against the ai in all of the four featured "grand slam" tournaments, and equip the gear the wins of these tournaments grant you. That is by far the best gear, and to be honest, the only gear worth equipping. Winning these tournaments is incredibly easy, since the ai is very very bad. Alas, for every avatar, this means half an hour of tedious work in order to get the gear - if you win every match, and every point, that is. But its really a piece of cake. With a little bit of training, you get so good that you score an ace on every serve, and a return-ace on every return - against the ai. The game shines, and is on top of all other tennis games, when played couch multiplayer. I have spent hundreds of hours on that. The skill ceiling is stellar. This is the only tennis game that I know of, which features true analogue aiming, meaning that just as in real life, you can aim any ball anywhere on the court - or off the court for that matter... even the direction and intensity of spin is controllable. Any ball where you tilt the analogue stick all the way to one side, the ball will most likely be off court. You can even do around-the-net shots, aiming off the court but spinning the ball in.

>> No.6971013

>>6970972
i'll put this on my flash cart and try it whenever i turn on my N64 again...maybe sometime this year...
what are the best tennis games on other /vr/ platforms?

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>>6970972
>tried playing nes tennis
>fuck up almost every serve by missing or keep hitting the net
>tried playing smash tennis snes
>same shit
Am I retarded? Tennis games look fun, but why can’t I hit a fucking serve let alone play right?

>> No.6971213

>>6971107
>tfw kakarot is better than me at nes tennis

>> No.6971472

>>6970972
The ai actually is really good if you dont maximize serve and forehand. in the manual they actually recommend beginners maximize forehand and serve while experts Should do spin and lob.
>>6971013
Id recommend looking up the manual before playing

>> No.6972359

>>6964212
>the list goes on
go on then

>> No.6972728

>>6964205
kirby, mario the list goes on

>> No.6974205

https://www.ign.com/articles/2001/05/12/the-ultimate-n64-import-guide

>> No.6974236

>>6972359
banjo kazooie... banjo tooie...

>> No.6975198

>>6966567
Wrong board bro. I hear Lgbt is that way

>> No.6975323

>op asks what cool imports there are for a console he’s already decided to play
>nintendofags instinctively spew out what amounts to the entire us domestic library
Are nintenyearolds really this insecure

>> No.6975604

>>6975323
You're not talking about the list goes on posts are you? Those are jokes

>> No.6977102

Not much. It had less than 300 games total and how many Japan exclusives of note can there be?

>> No.6977112

>>6977102
Sin and punishment, bangai-o, I mean the list goes on and on

>> No.6977161

>>6977102
Here's the complete list of Japan-exclusive N64 titles:

64 Hanafuda: Tenshi no Yakusoku
64 Ozumo
64 Ozumo 2
64 Trump Collection: Alice no Waku Waku Trump World
AI Shogi 3
Bakuretsu Muteki Bangai-O
Bakusho Jinsei 64: Mezase! Resort O
Bass Rush: ECOGEAR PowerWorm Championship
Bomberman 64JP
Choro Q 64 2: Hachamecha Grand Prix Race
Chokukan Night: Pro Yakyu King
Chokukan Night: Pro Yakyu King 2
Custom Robo
Custom Robo V2
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Dancing Museum
Densha de Go! 64
Derby Stallion 64
Dezaemon 3D
Doraemon: Nobita to Mittsu no Seireiseki
Doraemon 2: Nobita to Hikari no Shinden
Doraemon 3: Nobita no Machi SOS!
Dōbutsu no Mori
Eiko no Saint Andrews
Famista 64
Getter Love!!
Goemon Mononoke Sugoroku
Hamster Monogatari 64
Heiwa Pachinko World 64
Ide Yosuke no Mahjong Juku
Itoi Shigesato no Bass Tsuri No. 1
J-League Dynamite Soccer 64
J-League Eleven Beat 1997
J. League Live 64
J-League Tactics Soccer
Jango Simulation Mahjong-do 64
Jikkyo GI Stable
Jikkyou World Soccer 3
Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu 4
Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu 5
Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu 6
Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu 2000
Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu Basic-ban 2001
Jinsei Game 64
Kira tto Kaiketsu! 64 Tanteidan
Last Legion UX
Mahjong 64
Mahjong Horoki Classic
Mahjong Master
Mario no Photopi
Masters '98: Haruka Naru Augusta
Morita Shogi 64
Neon Genesis Evangelion
New Japan Pro Wrestling: Tohkon Road Brave Spirits
New Japan Pro Wrestling: Tohkon Road Brave Spirits 2, The Next Generation
Nintama Rantaro 64 Game Gallery
Nushi Tsuri 64
Nushi Tsuri 64: Shiokaze ni Notte
Onegai Monster
Pachinko 365 Nichi
Parlor! Pro 64: Pachinko Jikki Simulation
PD Ultraman Battle Collection 64
Pocket Monsters Stadium
Power League 64
Pro Mahjong Kiwame 64
Pro Shinan Mahjong Tsuwamono 64: Janso Battle ni Chosen
Puyo Puyo Sun 64
Puyo Puyo~n Party
Rally '99

>> No.6977170

>>6964205
>What imports are worth playing on this niBBa??
I can't believe this is the current state of /vr/

>> No.6977172

>>6977161
Robot Ponkottsu 64: Nanatsu no Umi no Caramel
Saikyō Habu Shōgi
SD Hiryu no Ken Densetsu
Shiren the Wanderer 2
SimCity 2000
Sin and Punishment
Super B-Daman: Battle Phoenix 64
Super Robot Spirits
Super Robot Wars 64
Susume! Taisen Puzzle Dama: Tokon! Marutama Cho
Tamagotchi 64: Minna de Tamagotchi World
Tetris 64
Ucchan Nanchan no Hono no Challenge: Denryu Ira Ira Bo
Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Odo Keisho
Virtual Pro Wrestling 64
Wonder Project J2: Corlo no Mori no Josette
Yakochu II: Satsujin Koro
Zoor: Maju Tsukai Densetsu

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>>6977172
>Super Robot Wars 64
Can't believe nobody posted this one yet.

>> No.6977210

>>6977161
>>6977172
Amazing how much shovelware there was on a system with such a small library

>> No.6977261

>>6977210
>shovelware
but he didn't post ps1 games.

>> No.6977310

>>6977210
There's actually nothing really terrible there, even that konami baseball series is pretty fun. Western studios did actual shovelware.

>> No.6977356

>>6977310
Generic baseball games are the very definition of shovelware

>> No.6977379

>>6977161
>>6977172
Out of these, I would only recommend Bomberman 64: Arcade Edition, Goemon: Mononoke Sugoroku, Sin & Punishment, and, if it didn't have a superior version on Dreamcast, Bangai-O. The rest are crap.

>> No.6977392

>>6977172
>Susume! Taisen Puzzle Dama: Tokon! Marutama Cho

I know that one. A local used game store had a copy once (this was back when Bush was president).

>> No.6977397

>>6977379
>if it didn't have a superior version on Dreamcast
It's actually very different from the DC version (IMO, the original is even better), at any rate, true Bangai-O fans enjoy both.
Also there's some good games there that you're ignoring, I don't think you've played them all to claim they're "crap".

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>>6964205
Sin & Punishment looked amazing in magazine screenshots and it ended out playing great too. I will join the others here voting on that one.

>> No.6978260

>>6978236
>bangai-O and bomberman
sasuga photo-kun

>> No.6978363

>>6978236
how many kids have you diddled

>> No.6979349

>>6964305
1080 Snowboarding
Banjo Kazooie
Banjo Tooie
Battle Tanx
Battle Tanx: Global Assault
Beetle Adventure Racing
Blast Corps
Body Harvest
Bomber Man 64
Bomber Man Hero
Bomber Man The Second Attack
Buck Bumble
Chameleon Twist 2
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Custom Robo
Custom Robo V2
Diddy Kong Racing
Doom 64
Donkey Kong 64
Duke Nukem 64
Dr. Mario 64
Excite Bike 64
Extreme-G
Extreme-G 2
Fighter's Destiny
Fighter Destiny 2
Flying Dragon
Fushigi no Dungeon: Fuurai no Shiren 2 - Oni Shuurai! Shiren Jou
F-Zero X
Gauntlet Legends
Glover
Goemon's Great Adventure
Goldeneye
Harvest Moon 64
Hybrid Heaven
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
International Superstar Soccer '98
Jet Force Gemini
Killer Instinct Gold
Kirby 64
Legend Of Zelda Majora's Mask
Legend Of Zelda Ocarina Of Time
Mario Golf
Mario Kart 64
Mario Party 2
Mario Party 3
Mario Tennis
Mischief Makers
Mortal Kombat 4
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Ogre Battle 64
Paper Mario
Perfect Dark
Pokemon Stadium
Pokemon Stadium 2
Quake
Quake 2
Rakuga Kids
Rayman 2
Rocket Robot On Wheels
San Francisco Rush
San Francisco Rush 2049
Shadowgate 64: Trials of the Four Towers
Shadowman
Sin & Punishment
Snowboard Kids
Snowboard Kids 2
Space Station Silicon Valley
Star Fox 64
Star Wars Episode I: Battle for Naboo
Star Wars Episode I: Racer
Star Wars Rogue Squadron
Super Mario 64
Super Smash Bros
Turok
Turok 2
Vigilante 8
Virtual Pro Wrestling 2
Virtual Pro Wrestling 64
Wave Race 64
WCW/nWo Revenge
World Driver Championship
WinBack
WWF No Mercy
WWF Wrestlemania 2000

>> No.6979356

>>6977356
>sports game bad
Spotted the nerd

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>>6979349
>including all that shitty western-developed shovelware to pad out your list

>> No.6979782

>>6979714
>western game bad
Spotted the weeb.

>> No.6979787

>>6979782
It's a Japanese console, reddit

>> No.6979794

>>6979714
I don't see SHITFA on there, I think the list is clear from western shovelware.

>> No.6979808

>>6966567
That's any game on /vr/ though

>> No.6979860

>>6979782
Westcucks get the rope.

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