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N64 mini Predictions; Warning: Possible NaCl Exposure
Topic Started: Oct 12 2017, 12:11 PM (979 Views)
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^That... actually seems like a plausible lineup
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yep and a solid one of course. THAT, I would buy in a heartbeat.
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I thought they already revealed that it was for all the Wii U virtual console games. There was an article on Nintendolife all about it.

The only game i’m missing on that list though (and would make it an even 20) is smash 64. I know that technically it is outclassed by all its sequels but it’s still a classic dangit :) Other than that i’d be okay with this lineup.
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Hmmm... That's a really believable line up.
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I know it'll never happen but wouldn't online multiplayer support for Mario Kart 64, Wave Race 64, F-Zero X and Super Smash Bros. make an N64 Mini a must-have. :)
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I know it'll never happen but wouldn't online multiplayer support for Mario Kart 64, Wave Race 64, F-Zero X and Super Smash Bros. make an N64 Mini a must-have. :)
Yes, yes it would.
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As much as i’d love for online play to be a thing, I can’t imagine any company taking the time to integrate it into a plug and play system.

Now if Nintendo were to release a dedicated “retro box” with an online store for their older games, like a Wii Virtual Console minus the Wii part, I could definitely see games getting those kinds of updates and i’d buy it in a heartbeat :)
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I know it'll never happen but wouldn't online multiplayer support for Mario Kart 64, Wave Race 64, F-Zero X and Super Smash Bros. make an N64 Mini a must-have. :)


That would be amazing, add Goleneye to the package and they can charge me whatever they wanted. Ah to dream :D
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I think that's rumored to be one of the reasons the "Virtual Console" for Switch is delayed - they're working on an online framework for a lot of the titles.
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I think that's rumored to be one of the reasons the "Virtual Console" for Switch is delayed - they're working on an online framework for a lot of the titles.
Really?! I hadn't heard that. It makes sense, though, since games like Mario Kart 64 and Super Smash Bros. are at their best when played against other real live people.
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Could Nintendo include 4 controllers at a $120 MSRP and still turn a profit on the N64 Mini? The more I think about it the more I feel the N64 Classic Edition has to ship with 4 controllers for games like Super Smash Bros., Mario Kart 64 and Mario Party 2. :huh:

Perhaps Nintendo will only include two controllers in the box and sell others individually. That solution actually works quite well for me but I'm not sure how casuals would feel about it. What are your thoughts?
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wont have 4 for sure unless they sell it for 150$ or even more. the n64 mini will likely sell for 99$ and controllers will be a big issue this time. some kind of adapter will be compatible with it.
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My prediction is that i'm not standing out all night to get one. Can you imagine if it was this kind of weather on the east coast then??
Then again, they plan on closing 200 Toys R Us stores. A completely different story from September.

If it comes with only 2 controllers, then it is going to get nuts finding the other ones!
I'm really excited to see what Hori plans on releasing.
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The “4 controller” issue is yet another reason to go for GameCube controllers/controller ports in my opinion. It would make getting a full set a whole lot easier, that’s for sure.

But this is Nintendo we’re talking about; I love em but they make little sense sometimes.
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The “4 controller” issue is yet another reason to go for GameCube controllers/controller ports in my opinion. It would make getting a full set a whole lot easier, that’s for sure.
Ultimately this is the smartest solution, isn't it. This is especially true when you consider that Nintendo will probably start selling GameCube controllers again in the future for the inevitable Super Smash Bros. game for the Switch.
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