Nintendo64EVER, that's THE reference about Nintendo 64, its web-encyclopaedia. You'll find here various and numerous content : all the games released on the machine everywhere in the world, hundreds of exclusive videos, thousands of pictures and magazines scans, tests and walkthroughs for more than half of the games, as well as articles written by our members. This site is also yours, Nintendo 64 fans or only curious to (re-)discover this machine. Don't hesitate to register, take part in our message board, and write tests, articles and walkthroughs online, using our dynamic content editor.
07/03/2021 : Alignment of the list of games with the Nintendo 64 Anthology (by LordSuprachris)
Nintendo64EVER and Nintendo 64 Anthology, the most comprehensive and detailed Nintendo 64 book, differed on the number of different games released for the console. We had 385, the author of the book referenced 388. After discussion with Mathieu Manent and other people on a group of N64 fans, I decided to align the database on the list in the Nintendo 64 Anthology.
From now on, you will find J-League Live 64, Haruka Naru Augusta Masters '98 and Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 on their own pages and no longer linked to FIFA 64, Waialae Country Club: True Golf Classics and WCW vs. NWO: World Tour respectively.
23/02/2021 : New page for the articles (by LordSuprachris)
The page presenting the articles written about the Nintendo 64 by the members of Nintendo64EVER has a new look. It now also includes the few tutorials written at the very beginning of the site.
If you also wish to write articles, files, tutorials, tests or solutions for Nintendo64EVER, do not hesitate to register (still via the forum as of now) and to use the dynamic content editor located in your personal space, accessible to registered members.
14/02/2021 : New pages for developers and publishers (by LordSuprachris)
The pages concerning Nintendo 64 games developers and publishers are getting a makeover! Prettier, more dynamic, they now list not only the games released on our favorite console but also those abandoned in development and the ports of Nintendo 64 games released on later consoles. These pages replace the old "Games by developer" and "Games by publisher" pages which were rather austere and not very visible.
05/02/2021 : Spanish magazines scans delivery (by LordSuprachris)
Some time ago I was able to get my hands on scans of Spanish magazines Magazine 64, the equivalent of N64 in the land of sangria. After some reframing work, I started uploading them to Nintendo64EVER and list the tests, previews, solutions and articles present in them. You can already find the first twelve numbers, all the year 1998, marked by the release of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Meanwhile, I adapted the Music page to include the audio player directly rather than in a pop-up. The general design will be reviewed later but you can at least listen to your favorite mp3s easily. The FAQ page has also undergone a small facelift. Still 790 days to finish the job! :)
26/01/2021 : The 'Project 800': The revival of Nintendo64EVER! (by LordSuprachris)
Today marks the public launch of our 'Project 800', the largest phase of update and completion of the site since its creation. Why 'Project 800'? Everything is explained on the appropriate page, also accessible via the menu. Once it is finished, we hope to finally offer the most complete site about the Nintendo 64, the indisputable international reference for the console, which also offers a pleasant and intuitive browsing experience on all media.
02/01/2021 : The year 2021 will be happy on Nintendo64EVER! (by LordSuprachris)
At the start of 2021, two new small features are available on the site. The languages of the boxes and manuals are now specified on the majority of game pages, allowing you to better identify which versions you have or need to look for, as well as the linguistic differences between them.
Then, we added a system of "tags" on some pages to group games, bundles, goodies, etc. linked to the same theme. For example, Neon Genesis Evangelion is a game based on an anime, as is Doraemon or as should have been Robotech: Crystal Dreams if it had not been canceled. All the pages do not yet have tags and are not necessarily intended to have some, it is above all a navigation help.
In three good weeks, the "Project 800" will be launched. See you on D-Day to find out what is hidden under this mysterious name ;-)
15/12/2020 : Wii U ports of Nintendo 64 games (by LordSuprachris)
Better late than never, the Wii U ports of Nintendo 64 games are now listed on the site.
12/12/2020 : Some pages refresh (by LordSuprachris)
Nintendo64EVER is also gradually evolving in terms of design. Rather than setting up a whole new site in the shadows and throwing it around all at once, I prefer to make changes bit by bit and release them as and when they're ready. Today, the pages about accessories, bundles, goodies and books change look, as well as the pages presenting the different versions of a game.
05/12/2020 : Relive the video games shows and events from the Nintendo 64 era (by LordSuprachris)
A new archive page is available today on the site: video game shows and events that took place during the Nintendo 64 era, from its first announcement to its end of life. You will find there all the articles written by the specialized press of the time concerning the announcements of games and equipment on Nintendo 64, whether it is about titles which marked the console like Goldeneye or Perfect Dark, games finally unreleased or the Nintendo 64DD saga.
26/11/2020 : New page: the 'Not For Resale' N64 games (by LordSuprachris)
A new page is now available on Nintendo64EVER: the Not For Resale Nintendo 64 games. Previously, they were mixed in the generic page containing the special editions of N64 games. Now, these particular cartridges have their own page, allowing you to find them with two mouse clicks.
Metal Jesus Rocks compares four available solutions to play with your Nintendo 64 on HDMI. (LordSuprachris)
Nintendo 64 HDMI: comparison between four available solutions.
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