After Sega walked away from the home console market their group partner, Sammy, took the opportunity to re-use the tech from the Dreamcast to make a new arcade board, The Atomiswave.
We take a look at the Japanese train simulator, Densha de Go! 64 using the dedicated controller on the Nintendo 64.
We take a look at the 3D beat-em-up, Bio Freaks on the Nintendo 64.
Mario Artist: Polygon Studio
We take a look at the final part of the Mario Artist collection, the creative package designed for the ill-fated 64DD addon.
We don’t do too many modern games but when we heard that PuppyGames had released one based in our home town we had to try it.
Mario Artist: Paint Studio
Paint Studio was released alongside the Nintendo 64 mouse which allowed more accuracy than the joystick. Although mostly aimed at 2D painting it also allowed you to edit 3D scenes.
Mario Artist: Talent Studio
Talent Studio was intended to be used with the Capture cartridge which allowed the player to capture sound and video from external sources.