Posted by Reggie from c-24-17-136-125.client.comcast.net (22.214.171.124) on Friday, March 18, 2005 at 8:21pm :
Old N64 games are pretty cheap and plentifull right now. I found James Bond: The World is not Enough as well as a few others but the greatest gem is the Indy game. It's sort of rare because Infernal Machine came out as a PC game but Lucas Arts decided to release it to Nintendo 64. But at this time, the 64 was going out, along with all cartrige games to be replaced by the Game Cube which uses a mini disk. Propellers replaced by jets. The Indy game had a problem. It was already being put into production so they couldn't stop it. They feared nobody would buy it because they thought nobody would want to buy a game for a dying console. So, they released it only to Blockbuster for rental. Mine has a Blockbuster sticker on it saying it's their property etc. Fun game but it's got a lot of glitches and doesn't always run well.
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