It is depend on what you are looking and prefer
If you like sport so try fighting game
Talk to Merlon after talking to the toads and he will tell you to bring him to the toads. Once you get to the toads again Merlon will find out there not toads and unmask them as the Koopa Bros. The Bros will run away and you will be able to continue on Pleasant Path.
No the game cartridges are different shapes. Nor does the N64 OS support SNes games.
It's an extra 4 MB of RAM that can be added to the 4 MB already in the system. Games can use it for improving graphics, and some games actually require it, such as Zelda: Majora's Mask and Donkey Kong 64.
The rumble pack can be bought separately from a Nintendo 64 console.
No, it will not be, because it will use cartridges rather than discs. However, there is hope that there will be digital content available through the console, so that we can still play older games. You won't be able to play Wii or Wii U games directly and it's still not confirmed if certain games will have backwards compatibility if bought digitally.
Yes, a modulator is required if you use a RF cable to connect it to the TV.
When fighting King Dogongo in Ocarina of Time, stand in a safe area (close to the middle of the room) when he is rolling. When he is about to breathe fire at you, stand in front of him and, when his mouth is open, throw a bomb into his mouth. This will stun him.
When you attack him after he is stunned, I recommend doing a jump attack with a Deku Stick. It will use up a lot of your Deku Sticks, but it is well worth it, as the Deku Sticks to twice as much damage as your sword, and a jump attack does twice as much damage as a regular attack, so if you use this method, you can defeat him insanely quickly! :)
I hope this was helpful to you and good luck in beating him!
No. One Nintendo 64 cartridge is about the size of a DS.
I haven't played for awhile so I am not entirely sure... When you get to the main menu you select the crown that is labeled kong battle, two selections will appear; a battle arena, and a normal kong match. After you select one of these a choose your character type screen appears. You should see Donkey kong on top and three other question marks. Plug in the same ammount of controllers as people who want to play. Press start on each controller, choose your kong, and let the battle begin!
I hope this helped...
1200 points in the XBLA so around 12-13 dollars.
Look for a delete function in options or data or records then choose delete and that's it.
Some games that need more graphical memory such as Donkey Kong 64 or Majoras Mask need the Expansion Pack. A few games need to be saved to the N64 Controller Pack. Just search each game and you will know.
You can choose to connect the Nintendo 64 with either the A/V cables or the optional RF switch. Both can be found on Ebay or Amazon.
Yes, but it would be very hard and take a lot of time.
I think u mean 4, cuz nobody ever counts the original for the 64, and I think I heard that they're creating a new one. But it'll probably take awhile, seeing as how it has to have even more stuff than brawl, which had a lot of stuff.
Mario can lose his hat from the bird in Shifting Sand Land and can lose his hat from the wind blasting from the snowman at Snowman Land.
The snowman's body won't stop rolling until either he goes off the edge or until he hits the snowman's head. If he goes off the edge, you can go back up to the start and try again. If he hits the snowman's head, then you can stand in front of the (now) completed snowman and get a star.
(Note:It helps to slide down and get the snowman's head between yourself and the body)
A rumble pack or a memory card.
In order to erase previously saved data on a memory card for the Nintendo 64, you have to hold the start button while you turn on the N64 game system with the game cartridge in it. It should direct you to the Memory Card Manager. From there you can see all the game saves and data stored on the card. All you have to do now is select the games/data files you want to delete.
Not quite. A game pack could refer to either the Cartridge placed into the Nintendo 64 directly and is used to store the game's data, or the attachment that is placed on the back of the N64 controller. A memory card is the unit that saves the altered data for the game. There are two types of memory cards for the Nintendo 64 games, the built-in memory storage that is included in many of the N64 game Cartridges, and the memory pack, this is an attachment for the controller itself, and is used for any games that require a save feature for your profile, but do not have one installed in the Cartridge (an example game would be Gex 64, it requires that you save, but cannot save the game in the cartridge).
This is a toss up between the Toyota Corolla, Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf. Each one of these are the most popular in different parts of the world.
That depends. You can marry Popuri in five different Harvest Moon games. And in each of those games there are different requirements.