The Crystal Shards Kirby The Crystal Shards is not generally considered to be the best of the long-running series, but it is a well-rounded and well-received 2D platforming adventure nonetheless.
On retro consoles, Nintendo would probably like to have each of their major franchises featured, but to say that this Kirby title would only be included to fill a quota is certainly not true either, as the video game has received generally positive reviews from nearly every major gaming trade.
The Great Escape, Rush 2: Shadows of the Empire, Turok: Let us know in the comments section. Like Jet Force Gemini, the inclusion of cult hit Harvest Moon 64 on a N64 Classic would offer many gamers an excuse to experience this series for the first time.
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It is a title that is easy enough to pick up, but difficult to truly master.
Mario Kart 64 is the first entry in the franchise that felt like the modern version of the series as we know it today.
The title has also greatly influenced the first-person shooter genre — currently the most popular genre in video games.
Now, to those who are not fans of the series, this may sound like an odd, perhaps even boring concept for a game, but its following is fully aware that there is something special here.
Seriously, they never made another one of these, and for the life of us, we cannot understand why.
We assume they will one day, but, until then, replaying Donkey Kong 64 on a N64 Classic could be just what we need to tide us over.
However, every title moving forward is undeniably cemented as part of the quintessential N64 experience, beginning with Star Fox Star Fox 64 is not only seen as one of the best entries in this beloved franchise, but it is also one of the best titles available on the Nintendo Arguments over which entry is the best continuously rage on through message boards across the web, and, honestly, there is no true consensus.
Mario Golf is another critical success for Nintendo that could easily make its way to the N64 Classic library, but, given the fact that the sales numbers for Mario Tennis were notably better, it seems more likely that Nintendo would opt for the latter if they were to choose a single Mario-themed sports title.