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December 19th, 2001, 08:27
I begin to love this console after playing Zelda64.
and now I am wondering is there any other cool RPG that worth to play on N64 beside Harvest Moon and Zeldas ?
December 19th, 2001, 15:42
Im starting to love this console (emuled) but seems that the RPG is not that sucses
December 19th, 2001, 16:07
Aidyn Chronicles: The First Mage is one I've been playing recently (until my saved state got corrupted, I just don't want to have to catch all the way back up!) and it was pretty entertaining albeit a little slow. I'd recommend that one. Don't expect Zelda style gameplay since I wouldn't really classify Zelda is an rpg anyhow. Ogre Battle 64 is an rpg/strategy that is supposed to be really good but there are some graphical issues in play that would be a severe detriment to your enjoyment of the game. Other than that ... there really isn't much of anything.
Oh, and you'll be better off playing Aidyn under 1964, it has freezing/crashing problems under the current release of pj64. I'd also recommend fooling around with the counter hack in 1964 otherwise it'll be s l o w.
December 19th, 2001, 18:45
psheah right.. :D
December 20th, 2001, 02:38
Can I beg forgiveness for buying that game?
December 20th, 2001, 06:53
Quest64 simply blew, lucky for me i only rented it. i still felt $5 was to much to spend on that piece of @$!#. Only played it for about 3 hours before i got frustrated and quit playing it.
December 20th, 2001, 07:19
There was one good part in it. I just don't remember what it was. The end boss was hilarious though.
December 20th, 2001, 08:41
ic, Aidyn Chronicles and Quest64(a piece of **** huh?) any others?
BTW is paper Mario good?
I wish I could download and try all of them but my 56k modem just sucks...
EDIT: what is the file size of Aidyn? I heard that it is 256mb, dun scare me off!!??
December 20th, 2001, 13:53
don't mix up your bits and your bytes. =P If you find a 256 megabyte n64 game I will be impressed and would like to see the cartridge for that.
December 20th, 2001, 16:57
Aidyn Chronicles and Quest64 are the only two true RPGs for the N64, at least in the U.S.
December 20th, 2001, 20:38
And what about outside of the us? Not that I have any great Japanese knowledge or anything. (subbed > dubbed though!)
December 20th, 2001, 21:10
BTW is paper Mario good?
I think so, if you own a n64 you should buy/rent it. Very nice graphics and gameplay. Paper Mario is playable using pj64 v1.3, but it has this horrible flickering graphics problem.
December 20th, 2001, 22:30
Originally posted by gerbilcannon
And what about outside of the us? Not that I have any great Japanese knowledge or anything. (subbed > dubbed though!) According to IGN's list, Mysterious Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 2, PD Ultraman Battle Collection 64, Kyojin no Doshin 1 (I highly doubt it got released), Legend of the Sea King, and Legend of the River King. Of those, the only one I suspect is any good is the title from the fairly popular Japanese series of Mysterious Dungeon.
December 20th, 2001, 22:45
I guess Quest 64 is what Nintendo got for losing Squaresoft.:D
Hey I still love Nintendo though. Playin through Dragon Warrior 2 again. Playin em all in order. Then I will do the FF's.
December 21st, 2001, 00:55
I don't think it was losing square that screwed over the n64 for rpgs, it was the fact that they didn't have cds while the ps1 did. rpgs are pretty good at using up lots of space especially if they go the cinematic route.
December 21st, 2001, 10:42
In a better world Dragon Warrior 7 had been a N64 game...
However I'm one of the idiots who bought Quest64... Holy ****, what the hell did i think... theres only ONE thing that i liked about it, it somehow had a NES feeling in terms of gameplay-deepness and that was kind of interessting ^_^
December 23rd, 2001, 13:20
how do u get Aidyn to run on PJ64? I keep getting a black screen when loaded the rom.
I tried 1964, and yup... it is way slow, what is a counter hack?
where to enable/get it??
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