Cookie information

by Martin Watts, 31 October 2019

N64 Today ( uses Google Analytics and Hotjar to anonymously measure the site’s performance. Both these services use cookies in order to carry out this activity.

The data captured by these services then helps to inform improvements to the design, content and user experience of N64 Today.

You can find more information on this page about the services/cookies N64 Today uses. If you have any further questions, please email

Google Analytics

N64 Today uses Google Analytics to help understand how you use the site’s content and to work out where potential improvements could be made.

Google Analytics cookies follow your progress through the website. They collect data on where you have come from, which pages you visit, and how long you spend on the site. This data is then stored by Google in order to create reports. These cookies do not store your personal data.

If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics, please visit Google’s opt-out page.


N64 Today uses Hotjar, which is an analytics and feedback tool, to improve the usability of the site. Hotjar sets persistent cookies (up to 365 days) for analytics purposes. You can read about what cookies are stored by visiting Hotjar’s website.

Hotjar also records visitor information including mouse clicks and movements and scrolling activity on the N64 Today website. This information is anonymous. Recordings are automatically deleted after 365 days.

If you do not want Hotjar to collect your information, you can opt-out at the Hotjar website.


N64 Today uses the AddToAny WordPress plugin. This feature helps people share the site’s posts and pages to any service. Services include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Reddit, WeChat, and over 100 more sharing and social media sites & apps.

For more information, visit AddToAny’s privacy policy. AddToAny is compatible with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by default – see the AddToAny GDPR FAQ for more information.