kartmaster
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5:04 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #11

I would buy the heck out of that. The prospect of brand new N64 controllers makes me tingle just thinking about it!

Ideally though I want them backwards compatible with the original hardware. But I don't anticipate that happening. Maybe somebody will make an adapter for the NES Mini controller to work with the original NES... that might bring some light to my dream.

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6:07 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #12

yes count me in !
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6:48 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #13

I'm with Cabanon...
No questions asked, YES! :w00t:

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7:13 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #14

Comparing the Nes and N64 libraries probably the miniN64 would get only 5 games included. Or less.

:n64: : 3/296
:n64: : 30/198
:n64: : 2/???
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7:28 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #15

@CobraMJD, it should be the other way around! The N64 library is the smallest, and should be the simplest to port. Ideally.

Ever since the birth of the "Virtual Console", we've only seen certain titles trickle in. Unfortunately.

I think the whole process needs reevaluated!!

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9:11 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #16

Yes I would definitely get one and while Nintendo is at it, they should release an official English version of the F-Zero X Expansion Kit (64DD) on it!

We should all give our individual votes and compile a list of top 20 or 30 games that should be included in the N64 mini just in case somebody high up in Nintendo ever comes around here. X_D

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9:43 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #17

Yeah so I'll start the ball rolling: they would need Goldeneye / Perfect Dark for sure. Trouble is, would Rare allow it given they have been swallowed up by Microsoft... :-/



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10:29 PM - Jul 20, 2016 #18

Banjo Kazooie would be a must for me, but Milage007 makes a good point about Rare.
296/296

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2:03 AM - Aug 06, 2016 #19

It would be a great way to get around the fact we are running out of original controllers since it will be set up to correctly use whatever it is they will be using (WiiU controllers?) but as Milage007 points out, Nintendo won;t have the rights to a few of the original N64 games, like Goldeneye and presumably any of the other Rare games. That would take the shine off it...
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10:09 AM - Aug 06, 2016 #20

I would buy one for sure.. but N64 has a very small games library compared to NES and SNES.
So i don't think Nintendo would give us 30 games..
There's also the copyrights issue..

Do you think that the cartridges will lose ebay value when the games get a release on mini consoles?
:n64: EUR PAL Games: 111/239
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