“Ah, the Nintendo 64. I had some good times with you... then I got that Playstation and did something stupid like... you know, put you away in that box in the attic. And you …”
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“Are there Vaseline on the TV?! The Nintendo 64 was severely limited by the use of the cartridge format, and they have to blow up textures and filter the crap out of them so they …”
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Nintendo first dabbled in video games during the industry's early years of the mid-'70s. Generations of successful gaming console releases through the years led to the much-hyped 1996 launch of Nintendo 64, a system that represented a giant evolutionary leap in video game technology. Within the first three days of launch, hundreds of thousands of gamers hunkered down with Mario 64, considered by many one of the greatest video games ever created. Even today, the system's excellent design continues to host an ever-expanding library of breakthrough games.