N64 Classic Wish List

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Rumors abound that Nintendo will be giving us the N64 Classic at some point in the future. Everyone and their mother has a wish list detailing what games they would like to see on a classic version of the N64 console, and Rachel and I are no exception. Frankly, I think a couple of the obvious games would be the Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, despite those having been remade for the Nintendo 3DS family.

If this turns into a real thing, I really want the Mario Party 1, 2, and 3. I would hope, after hearing so many complaints from the latest Mario Party games, especially Top 100, Nintendo would listen and add the original 3 Mario Party games onto the tiny console.

At least one of those has to be on there! I believe Mario Party 2 is the most popular, but Mario Party being the original probably has a better shot at being on there if Nintendo could only pick one. I’d love to see Pokemon Stadium, either one if not both, on the Classic console. Those games were so much fun!

I would prefer both Pokemon Stadiums. While they’re at it, they can add a brand new one as well. Pokemon Snap would certainly be great to revisit as well. People would go nuts for that, I think.

I wonder if the Poke Finder in the Rotom Dex in Sun and Moon was supposed to be a little nod to Pokemon Snap? People would love it if Snap made a comeback in the N64 Classic! The original Smash Bros., Super Mario 64, and Harvest Moon 64 would be great additions, if not shoe-ins, as well.

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I would love to play the original Smash game again. That’d be so much fun, especially with the new one coming out. Also, I’m sure this is a given for me, but I’d love to have Paper Mario on there. We have it on the Wii from the virtual console, but it’d be fun to play it on the Nintendo64 again… even if it shrunk.

Yoshi’s Story would be adorable to see again, and Mario Kart 64 would be fun to revisit. I’m sure fans of Star Fox 64 would welcome it, as well as Donkey Kong 64. There are quite a few games with “64” in the title, aren’t there?

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I was just going to say, there are a lot of “64” games. I’d love to play Donkey Kong 64 again and even play Banjo Kazooie, which is a game I’ve never tried myself. Overall, the Nintendo64 was a classic and had so many great games. I really do hope they bring it back.

What N64 games would you like to see on an N64 Classic console? Let us know in the comments below!

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Paper Mario

Rachel Mii Double JumpHello everyone!

Today I have another game review for you. It’s an old school Nintendo 64 game.


Title: Paper Mario
Company: Nintendo
Console: Nintendo 64
How I got the game: I bought it on my Wii from the virtual console shop. (I also have a Nintendo 64 copy)

My Review:

Paper Mario is hands-down my favorite game ever. I don’t really know what it is about the game, but I absolutely love. I’ve played and beaten it many times.

I played through it again for the sake of this review and even skipped parts of the story as I was able to do it based on my memory.

Graphics: 5/5

Nintendo 64 is pretty old, but had excellent graphics for its time. Of course, the graphics for a game called “Paper” Mario are going to be a bit different because Mario is made out of paper. He’s flat and he’s flimsy.

Despite the age of the game and console, the graphics does it justice. Plus, I looked up a picture of Mario from Paper Mario and a picture of Mario from Paper Mario: Sticker Star (the Nintendo 3DS game) and the graphics from the newer game look slightly updated.

But overall, paper looks like paper.

Music: 5/5

Each area has its own distinct music and sound. No matter what area of the game I’m in, I’m also humming along to it.

The battle music, especially the boss battles, are fun and catchy. Each boss battle song caters to the boss as well. For example, when you go up against Tutankoopa in Dry, Dry Ruins the music changes to an eerie ghost-like feel because you’re in an ancient ruins and Tutankoopa acts like a ghost disappearing, reappearing, and floating.

Controls: 5/5

Since Mario is made out of paper, there isn’t a whole lot he can do. He can walk, jump, and whack things with a hammer. That’s about it.

That being said, the controls are fairly simple.

However, the battle mechanic of the game is a fun when it comes to the controls. You don’t just press “A” for Mario to jump and he does it. You command the attack, and then you help the character perform it. For example, you can tap “A” right before Mario lands on an enemy to get in a double jump. Or, if you’re controlling Bow, you repeatedly push the control stick to the left for her Smack attack. Each character and attack has its own controls.

Story: 5/5

Just like every other Mario game, Princess Peach is capture by Bowser. The only difference is that she’s being held inside her own castle instead of Bowser’s… high up in the sky. In space.

Pretty much every Mario game has the same story line, but what makes it so special are the different variations of the story the writers can come up with.

Paper Mario gets…
5 lives double jump5 out of 5 lives.