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The N64 Encyclopedia (Paperback)

Every Game Released for the Nintendo 64

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By Chris Scullion
Imprint: White Owl
Pages: 256
Illustrations: 300 colour illustrations
ISBN: 9781526772220
Published: 30th September 2024


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The fourth book in Chris Scullion’s critically acclaimed series of video game encyclopedias, The N64 Encyclopedia is dedicated to the Nintendo 64, one of the most well-loved games consoles ever released. Although the Nintendo 64 didn’t sell as well as some of Nintendo’s other systems, and although it struggled in the shadow of the bold newcomer that was the Sony PlayStation, everyone who owned an N64 was in love with it and the four-player multiplayer it provided as standard. Despite its relatively small library, the Nintendo 64 had a healthy number of groundbreaking titles that would revolutionise the way we played video games. The likes of Super Mario 64, GoldenEye 007, Mario Kart 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time remain iconic in the eyes of video game fans 25 years down the line. This book naturally contains those games, but it also contains every other game released for the system, no matter how obscure. It also covers every game released in Japan, including those for the ill-fated Nintendo 64DD add-on which never left the country. With over 400 games covered, screenshots for every title and a light-hearted writing style designed to make reading it a fun experience, the N64 Encyclopedia is the definitive guide to a truly revolutionary gaming system.

I think this is a worthy piece of computing history...

Books Monthly

It’s a great book for gaming fans, who will love this.

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The History Fella

As you'd expect, Scullion's vast knowledge is brought to bear with all the wit and wisdom you'd expect if you've read any of his brilliant work before. If you're looking for an entertaining overview of one of our very favourite Nintendo consoles, you can't do much better than this.

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Nintendo Life

The history of the N64 is detailed to include color advertisements and the chronology of its launch. Scullion has compiled all the titles released in the United States and Japan, making it a very comprehensive reference. Each title is briefly reviewed and contains color screenshots, release year, and related facts. This volume successfully argues that the N64 reset expectations for what video games could be and set the standard for many decades in the future... This reference work is a detailed historical accounting of this revolutionary gaming device. Recommended for casual fans, game designers and dedicated gaming aficionados.

Library Journal, October 2022

Chris Scullion returns with another eye-wateringly packed Enycylopedia all about Nintendo’s wonderous N64.

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Finger Guns

About Chris Scullion

Chris Scullion is a Scottish video game journalist with more than 15 years of experience writing about games professionally. He’s been playing games since the early ‘80s and is the author of the NESSNES and Mega Drive Encyclopedias for Pen and Sword Books / White Owl Books. Although he’s best known for his six years at the UK’s Official Nintendo Magazine, he’s also written for the likes of Computer & Video GamesOfficial Xbox MagazineOfficial PlayStation MagazineNintendo Life and Retro Gamer. Chris is currently the Features Editor for Video Games Chronicle (VGC).

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