Rasputin's Rose Gardener
- Feb 19, 2015
dunno dude, despite the consoles down comings, i think n64 games still hold up pretty well. mario 64, the zelda games, f zero x, star fox, banjo kazooie and mario kart are still highly playable today. i personally find the ps1 to be a console that has a ton of games that hasn't ages very well. my only problem with the n64 was that it wasn't very genre friendly. most of the games are just platformers. and on top of that, there's only about ten games worth owning for the system. so it's still a flop depending how you look at it.
N64 is awesome, fuck all the haters here. But for reals, N64 had plenty of great games on the system. I only wish it would have received some of those awesome 2d platformers and fighters that were only released on the PS or SAT. Don't care too much about the JRPGs myself but that genre defined the PS.
I was going to get this xoom tablet for awhile then they made the wiiu, I browse the internet with it with commercials on the tv its great!
Best part about the wii u is you can pay while everyone else is watching something else on the tv.
My vote goes for the Game Boy, since this poll throws handhelds & consoles together. There's simply nothing comparable to this strike of genius, not to mention that Tetris & Pocket Monsters done more for Big N than any other title, including Miyamoto's whole CV. While the first opened up gaming to masses of adults years before Sony did, the second saved them a bankruptcy or two.
The gameboy gave them so much success. If it's not their most successful system it is definitively up there. Easily their longest lasting system they ever made. Never owned one myself but i borrowed it from time to time and it was always fun. They milked that cow for all she was worth and then some.
I had a Genesis during that time so I was more in that stupid fanboy mentality. The very little SNES that I played back then did impress me.This. Most of us are the right age to have been wowed by the snes too.
your heart = right place
...sadly, I too caved, but I voted N64 even though Gamecube is the correct answer.
I'm leaning towards the cube myself.
Even though i loved the n64, i believe that the cube had more higher quality games in comparison to the n64. n64 had the best 3d mario game and the best zelda titles.
cube had a good mario game and two good zelda titles. but it also gave us the excellent metroid prime series, the best resisdent evil game, best f-zero game, great remakes of previous gen hits like metal gear solid and resident evil, a solid resident evil prequel, eternal darkness, two fantastic star wars rouge squadron sequels, a good sequel to star fox 64, the most unique of the mario karts, and bunch of fun party games.
n64 has the edge when it comes to 3d platformers and zelda titles but cube either comes close in all other category or just beats the n64 out right. Plus some of the games still looking good for the cube where for the n64, I can't say it has aged as well.