Full List of N64 ROMs

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Nintendo 64 Information

Nintendo 64 is a console that changed gaming and made it easier than ever. It is one of those devices that had a huge effect on the gaming industry and the availability of the games in general. The Nintendo 64 got the name according to the 64 architecture the CPU used. These days the console is also known as N64 or even NUS. The first units were released in Japan in 1996. A few months later, the same year N64 was released in the United States, Brazil, and several other countries. However, in Europe it arrived in 1997, the same year when it became available in Australia. Later that year N64 started selling in France as well.

Gamers mostly know the console as N64 but the code name was "Project Reality", thanks to powerful processing power at that time. It is the first device to use a 64-bit processor. Nintendo was proud of this advantage so most games came with figure 64 in the title. Originally, the device should hit the market in 1995 but Nintendo postponed the launch a few months, releasing it in 1996. The original console was sold with 3 games in the package. They were Saikyō Habu Shōgi (Japan only), Super Mario 64 and Pilotwings 64. The second game from the list is also the best-selling game for the console, being sold in 11.62 million copies.

N64 replaced the famous SNES or Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The console in question was replaced with GameCube in 2001 which continued the trend. The biggest rivals of Nintendo 64 were Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation. In terms of popularity, N64 was significantly better and common console. The price in the United States was $199 which was also the best-selling market for the console. In the United States N64 was sold in 20.63 million copies.

Specifications include a powerful VR4300 processor operating at 93.75 MHz and 4MB of RDRAM. Gamers were able to use an expansion pack to boost the RAM up to 8MB. Storage was 4-64 MB depending on the Game Pak. N64 had a graphics card known simply as SGI RCP that worked at 62.5 MHz.

On this very page, you can download iconic games for Nintendo 64 almost instantly. Some of the best examples include Mario Kart 64, Super Mario 64, Spider-Man, 007 – GoldenEye, Donkey Kong 64 and so much more. All the games have been properly tested before upload and new ones are added on a regular basis.