The Nintendo 64 is Officially Old Enough To Drink, Which Makes Me Want To Drink.

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Nintendo’s 5th generation console, The Nintendo 64 was released in Japan on June 23rd 1996, which means a kid born during the same time period is a full grown adult that can buy a drink at the bar. Man that is depressing. Time flies. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA for more awesome content such as this.

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  1. the only thing Console Nostalgic i could think of was playing on the wii with Super Smash Bros. Brawl back in 2008….ah…good times..

  2. N64 was actually the first console I ever played, despite the fact that I was born 5 years after it came out.
    I gotta give thanks to my sister on that one.

  3. Watching this video makes me wish my old 64 hadn't died on me. I spent countless hours playing Mario Kart, Rogue Squadron, Diddy Kong Racing and Smash Bros.

  4. Even thought I am only 12 I had that feeling because my dad has an old n64 that was my first system then I went from that to a 360. I was blown away

  5. I got the N64 at launch (I preordered it from Babbagges). I was 16 at the time. The day I got it, I had plans to hang out with a friend of mine, and the first time that we used it was at his place (I brought it with me). And I got Mario 64.

    We just sat there mezmorized for like 15 or 20 minutes taking turns running Mario around in circles.

  6. Mario 64 to this day is still one of my favorite games of all time. The graphics were out of this world good. And I Shigeru Miyamoto touting that it only used 60% of the N64's computational power to run. The N64 easily had the best graphics of any platform when it launched in 1996.

    Wave Race was amazing and I had a blast playing Banjo Kazooie on it too. So played Mario Kart 64 a billion times over with friends I remember. For years I played it. And to this day no other Mario Kart touches it in fun factor. It was simple and yet the tracks and theming were done so well along with the soundtrack.

    Conker's Bad Fur day was really cool and Goldeneye 007 is still regarded as one of the best games of all time.

    The X-Box and Playstation systems really lost the wow factor. The technological jump to the N64 to every previous console before it was massive. It literally changed the way games looked, sounded and actually played.

    LOL! I still have an old Toy's R US advertisement here advertising the launch of the all new N64! The world's most advanced game console with 64- Bit's of pure power! Its advertising Mario 64 and Pilotwings with in game screenshots showing the graphical prowess of the N64. Mario 64 and Pilotwings are $59.99 is says. In the advertisement it's also advertising the Playstation and Sega Saturn with 32- Bit's of power and several games. The PS1 was simply known as the Sony Playstation at the time. If you said PS1 no one would know what you were talking about, as the PS2 wouldn't launch for another 4 years yet. Even the Dreamcast wouldn't launch for another couple of years yet.

  7. Never saw that stigma about gaming when I was growing up in the 90's. In fact, your a loser if you DIDN'T played games at school. XD

  8. I remember when my brother got an N64. He got Mario 64 and Goldeneye with it. It was a fantastic system. I ended up getting his N64 and played Majora's mask and Banjo-Kazooie with it

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