Bomberman 64 (Japan)
One of the last games released for the Nintendo 64 in Japan, Bomberman 64 was a completely new Bomberman pure-action game unrelated to the earlier releases.
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
Based on the cartoon series, you take on the role of the new Batman and must save Gotham City from the Joker and his henchmen.
The challenging breadth of the adventure, the richly detailed graphics, varied gameplay, killer sound, and multiplayer mode all fuse into one amazingly fun experience.
Blues Brothers 2000
The 3D-action category is a competitive one on the Nintendo 64, and Blues Brothers lacks any special features that would make it noteworthy.
Big Mountain 2000
The game may look dated and lack a backbone, but it is actually fun to play once you get into it.
Bomberman 64: The Second Attack!
Although Bomberman 64: The Second Attack is not at all revolutionary, it is not especially well executed in any particular area, and it suffers noticeably in the graphics and sound departments, but it still has its momen...
Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs
Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs is a fun game with good looks that fails to deliver in terms of multiplayer support and audio quality.
This game will definitely please any angler, whether a real-life bass-fishing expert or a beginner looking for some practice.
Bakuretsu Muteki Bangai-O
While it's nothing terribly groundbreaking in any sense of the word, Bangaioh is about as offbeat, solid, and fun as games get.
BattleTanx: Global Assault
Instead of playing to the PlayStation's abilities, this port tries to match the N64 version as much as it can, without improving the areas where it could exceed it.
Beetle Adventure Racing
Beetle Adventure Racing is a great deal of fun. It's an excellent game, whatever genre or sub-genre you try to classify it in.
If you already own Bust-A-Move 2, 3, or 4, you probably don't need the PlayStation version of this game.
Make no mistake: BattleTanx's gameplay isn't the most complex in the world.
For gamers looking for something almost completely unique or even just a big, dumb game to fill the void before Zelda comes out, Body Harvest fits the bill nicely.
Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling
Even if you aren't a bowling fan, and couldn't care less about this game, you really should see the video clips at least once.
Argonaut's Buck Bumble has the look and feel of a first generation Nintendo 64 game that missed its boat.
Bomberman Hero once again places our bombastic buddy in the role of platform protagonist.
It doesn't stray too far from the formula, but it makes the logical progressions you would expect Nintendo to make.
Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. is a bloody 3D fighter that features jetpacks, shields, and other crazy stuff.
Bomberman is easily the most prolific character in video game history.
If you've got a N64, and you're into puzzle or action games, I highly, highly recommend this cartridge.