Discs? Bah! New Fangled nonsense! We long for the days of the cartridge. Simple, elegant, and if it doesn't work, take it out and blow on it until it does. Here's our rundown of the greatest games to grace the N64, fom the duelling Zelda's to 007s finest outing. If you think we've missed a classic, let us know in the comments below and we'll consider it for admission.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
They couldn't just be content with making a straight sequel to the best game ever, could they? Nintendo took the fabled Ocarina Of Time engine back to their laboratory and in just one year crafted something that was darker, more atmospheric and, mindblowingly, even better than Ocarina. If you have an N64, you have to play this.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
More refined on 3DS, but you can't beat touching that big, gold cartridge. It's like owning the master copy of Citizen Kane.
The only Bond game you'll ever need. Even after all these years, GoldenEye's four-way local multiplayer has yet to be surpassed.
Super Mario 64
Revolutionary platformer set the blueprint for all future 3D games to follow - and wouldn't itself be bettered until 2007's Mario Galaxy.
Ahead-of-its-time enemy intelligence means this quasi- sequel to GoldenEye is still great today.