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Rev Limit: An unreleased N64 game


A dev cart for an unreleased Nintendo 64 game called Rev Limit has been found. The finder has uploaded 10 minutes of footage so let’s have a look.

N64 Squid’s new look!


N64 squid has a new look to go along with many bug fixes on the website. If you find any issues, let me know in the comments.

Goldeneye Source 5.0 now released


Goldeneye Source 5.0 has now been released, and it comes with a great-looking trailer that shows the dedlication that fans can have for their favorite game.

007 Goldeneye HD version unearthed


This 007 Goldeneye HD remake for XBLA never saw the light of day, but dedicated fans have managed to scrounge 30 minutes of video footage for all to see.

Fan-made animated Dinosaur Planet series announced


Fans are planning on making an animated Dinosaur Planet series based on the unreleased game for the N64. Let’s see what they have set up so far.

Telegram channel: Retro Games


I made a Telegram channel for the up-and-coming messenger app and found it a bit difficult to post regular content. So I made a bot to help me make posts.

GameShark: Backing games for preservation


When you think about backing up N64 games, you might be thinking about using a V64 or a CD64. Someone found a way to do it using a GameShark cheat device.

Layton vs Phoenix

Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Review (3DS)


Squid reviews Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney for the Nintendo 3DS. How will Nick and the Professor fare together and against each other?

American Nintendo 64DD discovered


This American Nintendo 64DD is a rare example of unreleased hardware that shouldn’t really exist, but yet it has popped up in a collector’s possession.

Nu1: Adding input and output to the N64 program


Nu1 is the second program in the NuSystem sample library. In it, we will learn how to refresh the screen, read controllers and give some output based on it.


A little bit about us

And by 'us', I pretty much mean 'me'. I grew up with the Nintendo 64 as my first home console back in 1998 I want to share my obsession with the Nintendo 64 with the world. I started collecting games again after discovering all the people that review retro games and their culture sometime in 2008. Ever since, I have been developing my collection by getting games for several platforms and playing through them when I have the chance. Because of this, I've been able to reflect on how these games age and how they still hold up to today's standards. Enough about that, let's just have fun and play some N64!

Start off here:

  • N64 FAQ - General information about the Nintendo 64
  • All posts - What it says on the tin
  • Homebrew - How to make your own games for the N64 as well as some original creations
  • Fanart - Links to artwork made by fans of anything involving the N64.
  • Contact us - Suggest a review and more
  • My list of games [xls] - a full list of games that I have so that you can make requests


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