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Experts Tell Us the Best 64 Bit Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best 64 Bit Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars

This product was recommended by Kevin Nguyen from KevinNguyenExperiences

Super Mario Bros is an influential brand that even non-gamers immediately recognize and know who Mario is. The main title Mario games are still growing strong today with perfect reviews from every publisher for every main title Mario game Nintendo releases. One of the most famous ones is when Mario made the jump into 3-D: Super Mario 64. The game is heralded as one of the best games of the era when it first came out. Luckily, you are able to try it today as Nintendo has released a 3-in-1 pack of two other famous games for the price of one! Its game design still influences platformers to this day.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

This product was recommended by Kevin Nguyen from KevinNguyenExperiences

One of the most popular fighting games ever released, Super Smash Bros is still kicking alive and strong to this day to the point there have been many copycat attempts (e.g.PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl) to emulate its success but none have come close. With slick gameplay that’s just plain fun to pick up and enjoy with friends (or alone), give Super Smash Bros a try and see why it’s such a global phenomenon.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

This product was recommended by Sarah Ross from CocoLoan

This game is fantastic fun and truly is the easy to pick up hard to master game. I would say that any mario kart game is the best ‘second game’ to get on the console or handheld. This game is no exception, and keeps the pick up and put down gameplay style that the excellent Mario Kart 7 had perfected. However now we have it in handheld beautiful HD, 720p and 1080p in docked, leaps and bounds ahead of every Mario Kart game ever. And it’s bigger too. This is a near perfect game for everyone. Buy it. You will not regret it,

Grand Theft Auto V

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

GTA 5 is an action-packed adventure game that can be downloaded for free on PC. In Grand Theft Auto 5, you can follow the exploits of three thieves. GTA V is a one-of-a-kind game. If you enjoyed the previous GTA games, GTA V would not disappoint. Large open-ended gaming area, more vehicles, and a three-character storyline. You can play free mini-games when you’re not following the main tale.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Activision’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PC Game is a first-person shooter game based on a military science fiction narrative. Like the previous Call of Duty titles, the Advanced Warfare Shooting games are playable in first-person shooter mode. Unlike previous iterations, Advanced Warfare does not use a traditional heads-up display (HUD); instead, all information is conveyed to the player via holographic projections from the weapon in use. Apart from the latest mechanics, such as ‘Exo’ motions, the extensive gunplay remains untouched. The Exoskeleton performs these Exo motions, which can improve dash and sky leap.

Batman: Arkham City

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Arkham Origins is an open-world action/adventure game. This game combines stealth gameplay with other elements. Batman can fly throughout the city using his cape, and he may attach it to anything to reach ledges and extend his flight using his grapnel gun retracting rope. A few of the devices come from previous Arkham games. Some of them are unlocked as you progress through the game.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

This product was recommended by Rodney Riley from Online Soil

Originally released in 1998 on the Nintendo N64 and still available today on the Nintendo 3DS, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time was the first installment of the Zelda series with 3D graphics but it wasn’t just the visuals that made this game special. Zelda OoT won multiple Game of Year awards and several covered 10/10 reviews from critics such as Edge magazine, Gamespot and IGN. It is still often referenced nearly a quarter of a century later.

Donkey Kong 64

This product was recommended by Christina Russo from The Kitchen Community

It’s an arcade classic and brought the golden age of video into the comfort of your own home with a little help from the N64. Do I still play it? Of course, I do, maybe not as regularly as I used to, but as long as an angry ape wants to hurl flaming barrels at me, I’m more than happy to spend a couple of hours leaping over them…

Star Wars Rogue Squadron

This product was recommended by Jacquelyn Kennedy from PetDT

It was the first game that helped me to “achieve” my childhood dream, of being able to fly an X-Wing fidget and battle against the forces of the insidious Empire. And for that reason alone, it was, is, and always will be the best 64 Bit game ever…

GoldenEye 007

This product was recommended by Ross Jurewitz from Jurewitz Law Group

For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be James Bond, the suave, debonair British spy with a licence to kill. And this game gave me the opportunity to live out all of my fantasies and pretend that I was part of Her majesty’s Secret Service. What more could any Bond and video game fan ever want?

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Written by Zak Parker

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