The Legend Of Zelda Majora’s Mask 3DS Vs N64 Comparison Video

Didn’t spot the differences in the recently released trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3DS compared to the original Nintendo 64 version? Well NWR has kindly produced a video which showcases the visual changes between the two versions. We also found out yesterday that Majora’s Mask 3D will also take full advantage of the New Nintendo 3DS, but we’ve yet to find out what additional functionality there will be on the newer hardware.

Thanks, John

Teens React To Smash Bros On The Nintendo 64

Uh oh, there’s another Teens React To video and this time they’ve decided to target the beloved Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 64. At least the majority of the realise what they’ve been handed in a video game cartridge. Anyway, you can check out their amusing impressions in the video embedded above, if you dare.

Thanks to those who sent this in.

Pierce Brosnan Plays GoldenEye 007 With Jimmy Fallon

James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan recently appeared on American TV show The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. It wouldn’t be complete without Fallon inviting Pierce Brosnan to play the iconic Nintendo 64 shooter, GoldenEye 007. You can watch the pair getting to grips with the legendary first person shooter in amusing ways, above.

Thanks, Barry D

Nintendo 64 Games Coming Soon According To Official Wii U Virtual Console Page

A number of you have emailed in to say that the official Wii U Virtual Console page mentions that Nintendo 64 games are on their way. The website doesn’t give a specific time frame regarding when we should expect them, but hopefully it’s soon.

Check back regularly for the latest releases, including the future addition of titles from the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo 64 systems.

Thanks to those who sent this in.

3DS Has Now Officially Sold More Units Than The Nintendo 64

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It now appears as though the Nintendo 3DS has sold more units than Nintendo’s legendary Nintendo 64 which launched in 1996. However, although the Nintendo 3DS has shifted more hardware than the Nintendo 64, the Nintendo 3DS hasn’t sold as much software, as the console has moved twice the amount of software sales. The next milestone for the Nintendo 3DS is to outsell the SNES shipments at 49.1 million.

  • 3DS Hardware Shipments to Retailers as of September 30th, 2013:
  • 34,980,000 units
  • N64 Hardware Shipments to Retailers as of September 30th, 2013:
  • 32,930,000 units
  • 3DS Software Shipments to Retailers as of September 30th, 2013:
  • 122,420,000 units
  • N64 Software Shipments to Retailers as of September 30th, 2013:
  • 224,970,000 units

Thanks, Jimmy

Nintendo Planning HD Remakes Of Seven N64 Titles On Wii U As “ReUmagined” Series?

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A new rumor making the rounds on the internet is touting the idea that Nintendo will be making a “ReUmagined” series in which the company gives seven Nintendo 64 games “the Wind Waker HD treatment,” remaking them in HD to be sold on the Wii U eShop. Supposedly, Super Mario 64 would be the first title, followed by six others, and all seven games would feature new content and retail at $30. The idea is that Nintendo would be filling gaps in their Wii U lineup of games by re-releasing the old N64 classics.

Some of the details on the hypothetical Mario 64 remake include a two-player mode in which both Mario and Luigi can be controlled simultaneously, with one camera following Mario on the main screen, and the other following Luigi on the gamepad. Does this all sound too good to be true? If the ReUmagined series turned out to be real, which N64 games would you want to see remade into Wii U titles? Let us know in the comments!

Donkey Kong 64 Required Expansion Pack Due To Game-Breaking Bug

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Chris Marlow, one of the programmers behind the well-received Donkey Kong 64, has explained why the game required the Nintendo 64 Expansion Pack. Marlow says that the reason the game needed the Expansion Pack is due to a game-breaking bug that caused Donkey Kong 64 to randomly crash in the 4 meg only version. However, the game didn’t crash when used with the Expansion Pack installed. Rare couldn’t find a solution to the problem other than bundling the Expansion Pack free with the game – which apparently cost Rare a fortune.