5 N64 Games That Were Ahead of their Time [Nintendo 64] | Nintendrew

We all know video games are awesome, but some games are so innovative that they define new mechanics and features that change gaming as we know it. In this video, we’ll be taking a look at 5 such ground-breaking titles from the era of the Nintendo 64. Each of these games are credited with pushing the limits of their genre, or in some cases, defining new genres entirely. Check out my top list of 5 N64 games that were ahead of their time! Thanks for watching!


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36 thoughts on “5 N64 Games That Were Ahead of their Time [Nintendo 64] | Nintendrew”

  1. Hey guys! Let me know if you have your own favorite games that were "ahead of their time"! 🙂 Thanks for watching.

    Edit: Keep in mind, this list is not definitive 😉 Some of these mechanics can arguably be found in similar titles of the era, but I hope you'll agree they all deserve praise for their accomplishments. 🙂

  2. I know how innovative SM64 was but then you gotta realize how popular SM64 was to the point where the spots in this video should show less known games.

  3. It's an ethernet port. In a cartridge.

    Let me repeat that.

    it's an ethernet port…

    IN A N I N T E N D O 6 4 C A R T R I D G E

  4. The Nintendo 64 will always have a special place in my heart. I used to play at least a few titles on the console when I was young, even though I rarely played on the console. My favourite titles on the console included the Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, Donkey Kong 64, and South Park 64. I also played Mario Kart 64, Vigilante 8 Second Offense, PilotWings 64, and BattleTanx to name a few more. I have briefly played a couple of other titles that either I owned or one of my old friends owned.

  5. I saw mario odyssey in the screen and for a second i tough
    "Yeah it was cool when it was release on that time" xd

  6. I just want to say that I came across your channel while searching for 3D games on SNES, and I'm glad that I did because I'm astonished by the sheer magnitude of amazing content on your channel. On top of the interesting lecture of obscure bits in the video gaming history, your videos are of an impressive quality, both in production and writing. 😀 I have no reason not to subscribe, lol.

  7. I'm surprised Hey You, Pikachu wasn't included cause it used a microphone to talk to Pikachu in the game as well as do commands.

  8. Imagine today if you had to pick between two consoles, A & B.

    A has stronger graphics, online multiplayer and uses analogue sticks straight out of the box.

    B on the other hand has none of that, is more expensive and you have to pay extra to save.

    In some ways things were really different back then. B (also known as the PS1) sounds like a joke by todays standards, yet it sold pretty well. A (N64) on the other hand did have some really strong exclusives, but it didn't manage to hit quite as hard as other Nintendos like the SNES or Switch.

  9. I gots to go with rainbow six seige 2. The multiplayer terrorist hunt and rappeling upside down shooting thru windows was pretty cool.

  10. Drew: "Animal Forest had one of the first internal clock's that would later influence Pokemon." Release date: 04/2001

    Pokémon Gold and Silver
    : "Am I a joke to you?" Release date: 11/1999

  11. Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem innovated with a sanity meter, complete with 4th wall-breaking gameplay and content… I'd say it impacted The Suffering a couple years later…which oh so shamelessly was canned for the GameCube.

  12. Goldeneye is one of the best games ever i played it thousands of hours. But Perfect Dark …..i cant do anything with it. Anyone else?

  13. I'd choose Goldeneye 007 for this list, instead of Perfec Dark. However, considering PD in it, you should've remembered the cooperative multiplayer mode! That was AWESOME! :DDD

  14. Something I don’t get.

    Pokemon GS Was released in 1999 in Japan, and Animal Forest in 2001.

    How could Animal forest inspire the clock system of Pokemon?


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