Best Shooting Games For N64 in 2023
Activision James Bond 007: GoldenEye (Nintendo Wii)
Nintendo 64 Bundle with Mario Kart 64
- With the 64 bits power of Nintendo 64, players can explore breathtaking 3D worlds that explode with colour, dance with real-time lighting effects and light up your ears with CD-quality sound.
- The Nintendo 64 was designed as a party machine, with four controller ports just begging to be filled.
- Get together with three friends and experience how the astounding game Mario Kart 64 an blossom into laugh-a-minute multiplayer gameplay marathons.
- Mario Kart 64 features eight playable characters.
- There are four different game modes available in Mario Kart 64: Grand Prix, Time Trial, Versus, and Battle.
Robotron X - PlayStation
Sin and Punishment: Star Successor - Nintendo Wii
- An online international leaderboard lets players see how their scores stack up against players from other countries, and unlock even more points by figuring out and performing coin and medal-achieving tricks
- Fight from the sky or the ground using the precision control abilities of the Wii Remote-Nunchuk combination, the Classic Controller, the Classic Controller Pro, Nintendo Gamecube controller or the Wii Zapper
- Choose from two playable characters, Isa and Kachi, each with unique combat abilities
- The better a player’s skills, the more multiplier points are earned, and the higher the overall score. Players will want to play the game again and again to beat their personal best on each level
- Multiplayer option allowing a second player can join the fight to dish out twice the punishment
[USB Version] Classic N64 Controller, SAFFUN N64 Wired USB PC Game pad Joystick, N64 Bit USB Wired Game Stick for Windows PC MAC Linux Genesis Raspberry Pi Retropie Emulator [Plug & Play] (Orange)
- Generic USB controller, this uses a standard USB port, if your program or application accepts USB controller input, it can be used natively without drivers or patches, JUST PLUG AND PLAY! Cord is approx. 5.9 ft. long. Super sensitive buttons for precision control. Third party controller, not original N64 controller.
- Supported Device (With USB storage device): PC, Notebook Computer, Laptop Computer; MacBook; Android Smartphone: connect via an USB OTG cable; Raspberry Pi (Retro pie). Supported Game Emulators: Project 64, OpenEmu (Only support OS X), Retropie (for respberry Pi)
- Supported Operating system: Windows 98, ME, Vista, 2000, 2003, XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10; Linux UBUNTU, Linux Mint; Mac OS X and beyond; Retrogaming operating systems: RetroPie, Recalbox, Happi Game Center, Lakka, ChameleonPi, Piplay
- Please Note: DO NOT SUPPORT ANDROID TV BOX, C64(Commodore 64), Google Chromebook, Amazon Fire TV, Steam, Tesla Model. Do not support ONLINE games
- Reliable Warranty: 100% Money Back Guarantee; hassle free 12-month replacement warranty with friendly and professional customer service.
GoldenEye 007 (N64)
Retro-Bit Nintendo 64 Classic USB Enabled Controller (Wired) PC and MAC, Grey - Nintendo 64
Mobile Game Controller, PowerLead PG8718 Wireless 4.0 Game Controller Compatible with iOS Android iPhone iPad Samsung Galaxy(Blue)
- Direct Play - The handle supports directly connected games downloaded from Android and Apple's official website. Compatible with Android 6.0/ iOS 11.3 above device. No Platforms & Simulator & Emulator needed.
- Wireless Connection - Wireless 4.0 transmission can support 8 meters wide range of control from the operation. More stable and Lower power consumption.
- User-Friendly Design - The anti-slip texture grip designed for comfortable touch to the controller. The handle will automatically shut down in the connectionless state about 5 minutes into the power-saving mode.
- Support most games - Adopted the newest Key Mapping technology. You can start the game very quickly after match the operating buttons of gamepad and phone precisely through the app.
- 10 Hours Gaming - With 400mAh lithium battery built-in, it can be used persistently for 10h or above after fully charged. It also comes with a telescopic stand which can support maximum of 6" mobile phones.
ipega-PG-9087S Wireless 4.0 Game Controller Gamepad Joystick for Samsung GALAXYS10/S10+Note 10+ S20/S20 5G Tablet PC Smart Android Mobile Phone (Android 6.0 and Above
- 1. 【Android compatibility】: Compatible with Android 6.0 and above, compatible with mobile phone models such as Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9 + S10/S10+ NOTE 10 Galaxy S20 Galaxy z /Huawei Mate 20 / 20plus/P30 P40 ,OPPO R17 ,find X /VIVO X23 X27 X30 X30 PRO /xiaomi 10/10pro Smartphones and tablets (make sure your system is Android 6.0 or higher before purchasing). Phones that do NOT support MediaTek chips.
- 2.【Start-up method】: NOTE: Customers must choose the startup mode for pairing according to their own devices. there are three startup modes: iosV3 direct mode: press and hold the Y + HOMT buttons 2 seconds to enter direct play mode IOS At this time.Android V3 direct mode: press and hold the A + HOMT buttons 2 seconds to enter direct play mode Android At this time,Android standard game mode:press and hold the x + HOMT buttons 2 seconds to enter direct play mode Android At this time,
- 3. 【Download shooting V3 APP】: Scan the QR code on the manual, customers need to download shootingplus V3 APP for installation, and customize the buttons according to their own habits, it is recommended to adjust the size of the virtual joystick and enlarge the virtual joystick, The virtual joystick should be aligned with the set key shake, and there should be no deviation.
- 4.PG-9087S adopts wireless 4.0 wireless solution, compatible with most games on the market. PG-9087S structure is ergonomic ，Turbo-continuous hitting function makes the game more exciting， comfortable to operate; precise positioning, stretching ≤15.8mm / 6.2 inches/Thickness≤0.9cm) built-in 400mAH high-performance lithium battery, can Continuous use for more than 15 hours, fully charged for up to 30 days,
- 5.【 iOS compatibility and connection method】: applicable to ios11.0 / ios12 / ios13system, but not applicable to IOS 13.4 13.5 system, IOS V3 direct play mode, iOS device opens APP STORE search shootingplus V3 download and install, mobile interface There will be a V3 logo, then, turn on the power of the handle (lower left) and press and hold the Y button, then press and hold the HOME button, LED2 flashes quickly, open the iOS device can search for PG-9087S, click on the connection,
The Top 10 Greatest N64 Games of ALL TIME
This is a list of the best games for one of the best systems ever: the Nintendo 64.
10) Pokemon Snap
I really don't know why this game beat Pokemon Stadium. Maybe because of the nostalgia, maybe because it actually has a storyline, I don't know. This is one of the few games that everyone in my family, even my mother, loved to play. We would often compare our pictures of various Pokemon; I even remember my mom one time finding out how to capture the picture of a new Pokemon previously unseen by us! It was a great game, and I still have the cartridge in my garage somewhere (My Nintendo 64, unfortunately, does not work.).
This game was a great one, a much needed improvement on Mario 64 (I never did care for that game.). I loved exploring the various worlds within the puzzle pieces. My favorite one was the Haunted House picture. Plus, the combos you were able to do with Banjo and his feathery friend, Kazooie, were incredible, only to be topped by its sequel.
I have far more nostalgic memories with Banjo-Kazooie than with this game, but this one is far more fun to play. They crammed this game full of new worlds, new abilities, new everything! I especially loved how you could use Kazooie as a gun (with some first person shooting, no less), and how Banjo and kazooie could finally separate! A great game, indeed.
7) Shadows of the Empire
Wow, what a great game. I mean, you get to fight IG-88, Boba Fett, fly around during the Battle of Hoth in a snowspeeder, man the turrets of (and even fly) the coolest Star Wars ship: the YT-2400 Correllian light freighter, the Outrider?! And all with one of the coolest Star Wars characters EVER?!?!?! What more could a Star Wars fan ask for? I mean, really? This is one game that did not need a Force-Sensitive main character. Take that, Skywalker!
6) Star Fox 64
This game made me fall in love with two things: space battles, and four player free-for-alls. I loved the story mode, especially how, depending on your actions during the various missions, your trajectory changes. I also loved Falco; he was the best wingmate, as he rarely needed to be saved from enemies on his tail, and he had an awesome, sarcastic attitude. Slippy...well, let's not even talk about him. The versus part of the game, however, was just as fun. In it, you could be an Arwing, a Tank, or on foot, carrying a bazooka. Each one had its advantages and disadvantages. I spent so many hours on that game, it's ridiculous. But, I'd do it again!!!
5) Star Wars Rogue Squadron
Star Fox 64 led me to play the first game in what is arguably the best Star Wars videogame series of all time: the Rogue Squadron series. Seriously, you could play as an A-wing, B-wing, X-wing, Y-wing, V-wing, Snowspeeder, TIE Interceptor, N-1 Starfighter, or even the Millennium Falcon? What the crap?!?! With great battles like the Jade Moon mission (my favorite one; I never got tired of it), the ability to change your laser distribution, and many various Imperial enemies to shoot down, this game was the bomb, only to be bested by its Gamecube sequel.
4) Super Smash Bros.
Looking back and sizing this game to its sequels, this one looks pathetic in comparison. I mean, you had less than twenty characters, and there weren't even any mushrooms to make your character super-sized! That being said, this game, at the time, was THE game to play. Everyone's playground arguments on who was more powerful: Link or Samus, Pikachu or Mario, Kirby or Ness, were put to rest in this Nintendo-approved fighting arena. My favorite character, for the longest time, was Pikachu. It then slowly became Link, as I discovered the joys of his 3-D adventures on this same system. Ah, a grand and glorious game.
3) Jet Force Gemini
This game was the coolest shooter game of its day. I would venture to say that it has the best weapons of ANY game for ANY system: the Plasma Rifle, the Machine Gun, the Shurikens, the Tri-Rocket Launcher, and...the Fish Food. I also loved the different worlds that you would visit, and I especially loved the fact that when you shot/blew up your enemies (they were insectoids), green/blue blood would spurt out, or their body parts would fly off in various directions. Great game. Play it.
2) The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
They are very few reasons for this game taking second to the number one game on this list. This was the most fun I had on my Nintendo 64 in the history of ever. I mean, you, as Young Link, get to turn into a Deku Child, a Mighty Goron Warrior, a Zora Musician, a Giant, and even a Deity! What the crap?! On top of that, you must try to save the world from a falling moon in three days! This game also had some very fun bosses to battle, and some cool mini-games (Save the cows from being abducted by aliens!). A great game, with great gameplay, and a surprisingly dark, moving storyline.
1) The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
This game is not only the definitive Zelda game: it's also the definitive Nintendo 64 game. This game is, if not on the very top, on the top ten of any "Best Video Games of All Time" list, or that list is worth about as much as a Crash Bandicoot videogame. I have such nostalgic emotions of this game: I remember getting sooo frustrated (but not too much so) during the Gerudo Valley part. I remember loving the Lost Woods, especially when exploring them as an adult. I loved the epic battles against Volvagia, Twinrova, Phantom Ganon, and so many other bosses. I remember getting freaked out in the mini-dungeon under the empty well, more so than in the Shadow Temple. I remember the wonder of seeing the huge and beautiful Lake Hylia, and standing there watching the sun rise and set. I remember the moment I pulled out the Master Sword for the first time, only to realize, too late, that Ganondorf had followed me into the Temple of Time. I remember riding around on my faithful steed, Epona, jumping fences and shooting down enemies with my bow and arrows. The story was nothing short of amazing, and the gameplay was excellent. For some reason, every time I hear a dc talk song (Jesus Freak and Welcome to the Freak Show era), warm memories of this game are brought up. I guess I must have listened to those two CDs a lot before, after, or even during the times I would play that game. Ah, what I wouldn't pay to play a Wii remake of that great game... ya hear that, Nintendo?!?!?!
Anyways, that's the end of this little list of great Nintendo 64 games. Hope you enjoyed reading it! Hey, if you want to leave a comment, saying how much you loved/hated the list, please do! I would greatly appreciate it, so much so that I might (alright; most likely) respond back! Thank you in advance!