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N64 collection discussion; Discuss and show your new games, collection and wishlist!
Topic Started: Apr 5 2006, 01:09 PM (107,137 Views)
Lord Suprachris
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Hi

I actually own 339 Nintendo 64 games.
Nearly all of them are complete with box, manual and paperboard inside support. I miss 5 manuals and 2 boxes in fact.

I'm not gonna list the European ones, as I only miss those 7 :
Battletanx : Global Assault
Dual Heroes
Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey, Jr.
PGA European Tour
Snowboard Kids 2
Starcraft 64
Vigilante 8

Among the games I own, I sometimes have the same game in 2 or 3 different versions (normal and Players' Choice, French and German, French and English, French and Italian, etc).
In total, I have 252 european games.

From the other regions :
USA : 39 games
1080 Snowboarding
A Bug's Life
Aerofighters Assault
Banjo-Kazooie
Dark Rift
Destruction Derby 64
Diddy Kong Racing
Donkey Kong 64
Fighter's Destiny
Gauntlet Legends
Goldeneye 007
GT 64
Hexen
Mace : The Dark Age
Mario Golf
Mischief Makers
Mission : Impossible
Mortal Kombat 4
Mortal Kombat Mythologies : Sub-Zero
Multi Racing Championship
Mystical Ninja starring Goemon
NBA In The Zone 99
Nightmare Creatures
Perfect Dark
Quest 64
Resident Evil 2
Road Rash 64
Rush 2 : Extreme Racing USA
Star Wars : Episode 1 : Racer
Star Wars : Rogue Squadron (Not For Resale)
Star Wars : Shadows Of The Empire
Starfox 64
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
Top Gear Rally
Turok : Dinosaur Hunter
Turok 2 : Seeds of Evil
Wave Race 64
WCW Backstage Assault
Wheel of Fortune

Japan : 45 games
1080 Snowboarding
64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World
64 Oozumou
64 Oozumou 2
64 Toranpu Collection: Alice no Waku Waku Toranpu World
Akumajou Dracula Mokushi Hashumi
Baku Bomberman
Banjo to Kazooie no Daibouken
Biohazard 2
Blast Dozer
Chou-Kuukan Night Pro Yakyuu King
Densha de Go 64
Diddy Kong Racing
Donkey Kong 64
Famista 64
G.A.S.P. Fighters' NEXTream
Haruka Naru Augusta Masters '98
Hiryu no Ken Twin
Human Grand Prix : The New Generation
Hyper Olympics Nagano 64
Itoi Shigesato no Bus Tsuri No. 1Ketteihan!
Jikkyou GI Stable
King Hill 64
Mario Kart 64
Mario Party
Mario Party 2
Mario Story
Ogre Battle 64 : Person of Lordly Caliber
Oshitamaran Tarou Game Gallery
Pilotwings 64
Pokemon Stadium 2
Pokemon Stadium Kingin Crystal
Puzzle Bobble 64
Rockman Dash
Saikiyu Haniyu Shogi
Sonic Wings Assault
Star Wars : Teikoku no Kage
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 (Shindou Edition)
Super Robot Spirits
Tsumi to Batsu: Chikyu no Keishousha
Wave Race 64
Yuke Yuke Trouble Makers
Zelda no Densetsu : Toki no Ocarina
Zool : Majou Tsukai Densetsu

Other : 3 games
Super Mario 64 (For Hong-Kong Only)
HSV Aventure Racing (Australia)
Snowboard Kids (Australia)


I think it's a decent collection, I'm on the way to the european fullset (first), and then complete the USA, Japan, Australia, and other countries fullsets :)
Nintendo64EVER's Creator & Webmaster
N64 CIB PAL fullset : 242/242, completed on the 4th December 2009
N64 CIB US fullset : 46/298
N64 CIB JAP fullset : 121/214 (including bundles with accessories)
N64 CIB world variations fullset : 454/1529 (and still discovering new existing ones...)
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Lord Suprachris
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In fact, I've never sold any game I bought during N64's "life era" (26 games)
I started collecting video games in mid-2002, and focused specifically to the N64 about 2 years ago, when I realize I already had about 80 PAL games on 242 and (I think) nobody had the N64 PAL fullset 2 years ago :) Concerning US and Japanese fullsets, I know some people who have them, so it wasn't a "challenge" to achieve. :D
Nintendo64EVER's Creator & Webmaster
N64 CIB PAL fullset : 242/242, completed on the 4th December 2009
N64 CIB US fullset : 46/298
N64 CIB JAP fullset : 121/214 (including bundles with accessories)
N64 CIB world variations fullset : 454/1529 (and still discovering new existing ones...)
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Lord Suprachris
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Besides my PAL fullset, here are my import N64 games :

American games :
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Super Mario 64 "for Hong-Kong Only" :

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Nintendo64EVER's Creator & Webmaster
N64 CIB PAL fullset : 242/242, completed on the 4th December 2009
N64 CIB US fullset : 46/298
N64 CIB JAP fullset : 121/214 (including bundles with accessories)
N64 CIB world variations fullset : 454/1529 (and still discovering new existing ones...)
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Lord Suprachris
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The first Japanese games I bought, it was directly from Japan, prices were much lower than what I used to see in Europe.
The others are mainly from France, bought on ebay.

The US games are 90% from Belgium (where I live), from a former collector. The H-K comes from Belgium too.
There were exceptions as it's traditionnaly a pain in the ass to find import games in Belgium from this era, at affordable prices.
Edited by Lord Suprachris, Dec 22 2009, 04:10 AM.
Nintendo64EVER's Creator & Webmaster
N64 CIB PAL fullset : 242/242, completed on the 4th December 2009
N64 CIB US fullset : 46/298
N64 CIB JAP fullset : 121/214 (including bundles with accessories)
N64 CIB world variations fullset : 454/1529 (and still discovering new existing ones...)
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Lord Suprachris
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For me, CIB is the Way! All my N64 games are CIB, and I'm in the process of replacing my uncomplete games on other systems by CIB games (only some NES and SNES games remain).

It's obviously a bit more expensive (or very much more expensive for a few games), but several libraries full of boxed games are much nicer to see than boxes crafts full of loose cartridges ;)
Nintendo64EVER's Creator & Webmaster
N64 CIB PAL fullset : 242/242, completed on the 4th December 2009
N64 CIB US fullset : 46/298
N64 CIB JAP fullset : 121/214 (including bundles with accessories)
N64 CIB world variations fullset : 454/1529 (and still discovering new existing ones...)
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