Ever since then we've just been hanging out on weekends and kicking back to play some 007.
So I picked up other stuff like Banjo Tooie, Super Smash, and Mario Kart.
You know, these games have amazing replay value. Sure, the graphics are definitely not 2011, but they're more than playable, and they have really great ideas.
Banjo Tooie is still a game that's hella good. It just is. The controls are simple but it's puzzling, and not a chore.
The dialogue and story are actually interesting, because it's just cartoon bears and shit. And it's challenging.
I never beat the game when I was a kid but I'm planning on it once I finish Banjo Kazooie, the prequel.
I legitimately like playing n64 games just as much (and sometimes more than) as new-gen ones on the Xbox or whatever.
Like, Goldeneye is just so simple. But it's so different from something like Modern Warfare.
When I play Xbox live, I get destroyed. Rampant racism and cussing is such a joke when I play live. It's crap.
I ragequit when I start to lose. Which is all the time.
But not goldeneye! It's so fun to have a few people over and play DK mode on a level with only a few rooms.
It's just so much simpler, and equally fun to play.
Sigh. I need to get some friends.