NFL Blitz 2001
Once again, Midway delivers a rock-solid version of NFL Blitz for the Nintendo 64, equaling the PlayStation release in every respect while standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the Dreamcast in a number ...
NFL QB Club 2001
Playing NFL QB Club for the Nintendo 64 is much like watching a preseason football game; the choppy, sloppy gameplay soon grates on your patience.
NHL Blades of Steel 2000
Blades of Steel 2000 for the PlayStation fails to deliver a hockey experience that could be considered better than any one of its competitors.
Nuclear Strike 64
Just start out playing it on the hard difficulty to ensure you get your money's worth.
NBA Courtside 2 Featuring Kobe Bryant
The arcade mode is a huge bonus that by itself is almost worth the price of the game.
NBA Live 2000
Fans of previous versions of Live will have a good time.
Namco Museum 64
It's likely that you'll find at least one game among the six that will make the collection worth picking up for you, but it could certainly be all of them.
NBA Jam 2000
Dedicated games like NBA Showtime and NBA Live 2000 do a much better job of representing their respective schools of video-game basketball.
NBA Showtime: NBA on NBC
It's not perfect, but NBA Showtime is still a fun four-player game, and it's worlds better than any other arcade basketball game on the PlayStation.
NASCAR 2000 is a better version of last year's title with more than enough new options and features to warrant a purchase by anyone who already owns NASCAR 99.
NFL Quarterback Club 2000
Madden 2000 for the N64 is simply a better game.
NFL Blitz 2000
Pass interference is no longer a penalty - it's a necessity.
Neon Genesis Evangelion
If you are an Evangelion fan and you already have the videos and an N64, then this game is probably for you. But be forewarned - it's for no one ...
NBA Jam 99
Those looking for a well-rounded hoops sim won't go wrong with the solidly built NBA Jam 99.
NFL Quarterback Club 99
The story of Acclaim's NFL Quarterback Club 99 is a tale of two games.
NBA Live 99
The NBA season may still be in jeopardy, but Live is open for business and always ready for a game.