Fifa 64 – Nintendo 64 (1997)

FIFA 64 is a soccer video game that was released in 1997 for the Nintendo 64 console. It was developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It features over 150 international and club teams, and various game modes such as friendly, playoff, tournament, and league. It also has different play styles, such as action, simulation, and arcade. The game received mixed reviews from critics, who praised its realism but criticized its graphics, animation, and controls. FIFA 64 was the first 3D FIFA game, and the first to use Dolby Surround sound. FIFA 64 is considered a classic soccer game for the Nintendo 64, and a precursor to the later FIFA games on the console.
FIFA 64 has a lot of options and features to customize your matches, such as weather, time, fouls, injuries, and offside rule. You can also manage your team’s formation and strategy.
The game has a variety of moves and kicks that you can perform with the ball, such as trapping, rainbow kicks, bicycle kicks, butterfly kicks, and headers. You can also use the analog stick to control the speed and direction of your players.


Bomberman Hero – Nintendo 64 (1998)

Bomberman Hero is a platforming video game and the second Bomberman game for the Nintendo 64. It was released in 1998 by Hudson Soft and Nintendo. Unlike the previous Bomberman games, it does not have a multiplayer mode, but it has more levels, bosses, weapons, and character moves. The game also has various mini-games, such as snowboard riding, jet-pack flying, and submarine diving. The story follows Bomberman as he tries to rescue a princess from an evil empire and stop their leader, Bagular, from being resurrected.


Nintendo 64 Controller

As you may or may not remember, a few months ago I managed to get a boxed N64 controller. The box was for a green controller, however the controller inside was a yellow one. Fast forward to now, and I have managed to grab a green controller inside a green box. This one sadly doesn’t have an insert or manual, but I’m not 100% convinced they came with either, could be wrong though.

Boxed, No Manual Or Insert
Name/VariantNintendo 64 Controller – Green