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published 08/12/2000

AdvantagesExcellent games, fairly powerful, now quite cheap.

DisadvantagesLack of games, a dying console.

...On first glance, the Nintendo64 appears to resemble a toy more than a cutting edge piece of video-gaming equipment. The reason behind this thinking are the curves that make up the macjine itself, and the multi-colour pads available for it. Switching the machine on, however, reveals that this machine is much more than a fisher-price toy. The Nintendo64 is a 64bit console (hence the name...

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AdvantagesUse of acrtridges, Ease of connection, Reliability, Automatic Saving


...t need an adaptor or anything of that sort. It can also be plugged in on any ordinary television without much difficulty at all. RELIABILTY ---------- As I said earlier in my op, I have had this console for quite a few years almost four and so far not even one single problem. This is one incredible fact that astonishes me considering that I play it almost six hours a day. I had even taken my Nintendo...

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AdvantagesVery easy to play, offers something different.

DisadvantagesNone at all.

...and Sega Mega Drive country. My Purchase. Well I eventually got this game years later after acquiring a Nintendo 64 at a great secondhand price and I started building my collection and this particular game was bought online unboxed for £10 which I felt was pretty reasonable considering how rare boxed Nintendo 64 items are nowadays. So Whats It All About Then? Well as I said Blast Corps is...

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