Salva Fernández, Fran J. Brenlla
The Nintendo 64 Encyclopedia is a comprehensive review of one of the most important chapters in video game history: the jump to three dimensions . Its objective is not only to delve into the creation and trajectory of the console that we once knew as Ultra 64, but also to treat in detail the almost 250 games that were published for it in Europe, as well as some of the best American and Japanese titles that They never reached our continent . All of them replayed by the authors of the book and accompanied by their original covers.
A journey through market and press reception, tech specs, the revolutionary analog controller, peripherals, and also some of the promising canceled games that never came to be. The Nintendo 64 Encyclopedia also provides the testimony of Nintendo Ibérica from within , with an exclusive interview to find out how the key moments of the console were experienced in Spain: its launch, the competition from PlayStation, the non-translation of Ocarina of Time and many more details.
An essential work for those who lived the transition from the nineties to the new millennium with a Nintendo 64 and its unforgettable masterpieces in their hands.
LA ENCICLOPEDIA NINTENDO 64
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