Jumping ahead of the pack, Nintendo released a a 64-bit system in 1996. Nintendo was skeptical of CD-ROMs, citing slower load times, but also worried about piracy, thus the N64 was the only console of the era to still use cartridges. Although cheaper than its competitors at $199.99, 32.93 million N64s were sold.
Play the Nintendo system that made so many memorable games such as Goldeneye 007, Mario 64, Banjo Kazooie, and Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time.
Posted by Corbin W on 27th Feb 2011
the best all time nintendo system!!!! GO NINTENDO!!!!!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2010
This system has the best library of games ever. While it does lack RPGs, it does have really good other games- Ocarina Of Time, Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, and Goldeneye set new standards for their genres, and aren't topped even to this day. Ocarina Of Time holds the world record for the highest critic rating for a game. The controller is revolutionary. It looks a bit weird at first, but it fits really nicely into your hand, and its three prongs allow for different control schemes. Other controllers, like the gamecube's, have the d-pad in a tough to reach place. But the nintendo 64 has it in a perfect place. This system is the best system ever, overall, much better than today's.
Posted by Gupta on 30th Oct 2010
all time best system over other previous and current system