About N64 Today

by Martin Watts>, 6 June 2019

Kaepora Gaebora the owl from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for N64.

N64 Today is a blog for people who still enjoy playing and collecting Nintendo 64.

I created the site in January 2017 to provide useful and enjoyable content for N64 veterans and newcomers alike.

On this site, you can find the latest N64 news, including new developments in the N64 modding community.

My reviews tell you whether an N64 game is still fun to play today.

Mario and Princess Peach wave goodbye in the Super Mario 64 ending cutscene

I try to avoid discussing a game’s development history, impact or legacy in my reviews. Instead, I simply focus on how playable and entertaining it is now.

After all, just because a game was amazing in 1998, it doesn’t mean it’s necessarily still fun to play now. Find out more about my game review scoring system.

Got a question?

Check out the contact page.

Images and video content

I capture all my screenshots and game footage using an UltraHDMI N64 and Elgato GameCapture HD.

These images are not the property of N64 Today and are used under fair use for educational, informational, journalistic and/or critical purposes.

UltraHDMI N64 console connected to HDTV

If you wish to re-use these images in your own work, you do not need to ask me for permission, nor do you need to credit the site.

However, you may need to seek permission from the relevant copyright holder (usually the game’s creator) depending on your intended usage.

Firing at enemy guards with the KF7 Soviet in GoldenEye 007's Silo mission.

About the author

I’m Martin Watts, a web content professional based in the UK.

I’ve been a huge fan of the N64 since discovering one under the Christmas tree in 1997. My favourite N64 game is Goemon’s Great Adventure.

Site design

N64 Today’s logo and website design was created by Ash Smith.

Martin Watts

Martin has been running N64 Today since it began in 2017. He previously wrote for Nintendo Life and works as a content professional by day. He got the Nintendo 64 as a Christmas present back in 1997 and it's been his favourite console ever since. His favourite N64 game is Goemon's Great Adventure.