Mario Kart 64 title screen

Mario Kart 64 review

Mario Kart 64 was the N64’s second best-selling game, and always a hit during N64 multiplayer sessions. But does it hold up today?

Diddy Kong, Pipsy and Timber in the Diddy Kong Racing N64 intro cinematic

Diddy Kong Racing review

Diddy Kong Racing challenged Mario Kart 64 for the N64 kart-racing throne with its unique Adventure mode and impressive 3D visuals, but how does it hold up today?

Using the chainsaw in Doom 64

Doom 64 review

It may have received a lukewarm reception upon its initial release, but we can’t help but think that Doom 64 has only gotten better with age.

Adam Drake, the protagonist of Body Harvest

Body Harvest review

Featuring a novel gameplay concept and large open-world environments, there’s nothing else quite like Body Harvest in the N64’s software library.

A transparent aqua and white N64 Hori Mini Pad

N64 Hori Mini Pad review

The N64 Hori Mini Pad is considered to be the holy grail of N64 controllers by many enthusiasts, but does it really live up to its reputation?

The Star Fox 64 team

Star Fox 64 review – how does it play today?

Star Fox 64 garnered praise in 1997 for its cinematic quality and for being the first N64 game to support the Rumble Pak. Has this sheen rubbed off 20 years later? More importantly, is Star Fox 64 still fun to play?

Banjo, Kazooie and Mumbo in Banjo-Kazooie's musical intro cinematic (N64)

Banjo-Kazooie review

From the moment you boot up Banjo-Kazooie and are greeted by its endearing musical intro, it’s clear that you’re in for a wonderful experience.