Download Nintendo 64 (N64) ROMS

Rom Image Name Region Downloads

Wetrix Rom

Wetrix (Japan)

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Wetrix Rom Wetrix (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98  Rom

Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98 (Japan) (Rev A)

JP Country
Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98  Rom Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98 (Japan) (Rev A) JP Country (JP) 0

Olympic Hockey Nagano '98 Rom

Olympic Hockey Nagano '98 (Japan)

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Olympic Hockey Nagano '98 Rom Olympic Hockey Nagano '98 (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 5  Rom

Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 5 (Japan) (Rev B)

JP Country
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 5  Rom Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 5 (Japan) (Rev B) JP Country (JP) 0

Super Bowling Rom

Super Bowling (Japan)

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Super Bowling Rom Super Bowling (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

AeroGauge  Rom

AeroGauge (Japan) (Kiosk Demo)

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AeroGauge  Rom AeroGauge (Japan) (Kiosk Demo) JP Country (JP) 0

Top Gear Hyper-Bike Rom

Top Gear Hyper-Bike (Japan)

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Top Gear Hyper-Bike Rom Top Gear Hyper-Bike (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey Rom

Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey (Japan)

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Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey Rom Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Pro Mahjong Kiwame 64  Rom

Pro Mahjong Kiwame 64 (Japan) (Rev A)

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Pro Mahjong Kiwame 64  Rom Pro Mahjong Kiwame 64 (Japan) (Rev A) JP Country (JP) 0

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Toukon Road - Brave Spirits Rom

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Toukon Road - Brave Spirits (Japan)

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Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Toukon Road - Brave Spirits Rom Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Toukon Road - Brave Spirits (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Blastdozer Rom

Blastdozer (Japan)

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Blastdozer Rom Blastdozer (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Mission Impossible Rom

Mission Impossible (France)

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Mission Impossible Rom Mission Impossible (France) FR Country (FR) 0

Tarzan Rom

Tarzan (France)

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Tarzan Rom Tarzan (France) FR Country (FR) 0

Mike Piazza's StrikeZone Rom

Mike Piazza's StrikeZone (USA)

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Mike Piazza's StrikeZone Rom Mike Piazza's StrikeZone (USA) US Country (US) 0

Yuke Yuke!! Trouble Makers Rom

Yuke Yuke!! Trouble Makers (Japan)

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Yuke Yuke!! Trouble Makers Rom Yuke Yuke!! Trouble Makers (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Pikachuu Genki de Chuu Rom

Pikachuu Genki de Chuu (Japan)

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Pikachuu Genki de Chuu Rom Pikachuu Genki de Chuu (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Buck Bumble Rom

Buck Bumble (Japan)

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Buck Bumble Rom Buck Bumble (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98  Rom

Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98 (Japan) (Rev B)

JP Country
Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98  Rom Jikkyou World Soccer - World Cup France '98 (Japan) (Rev B) JP Country (JP) 0

AeroGauge  Rom

AeroGauge (Japan) (Rev A)

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AeroGauge  Rom AeroGauge (Japan) (Rev A) JP Country (JP) 0

Extreme-G Rom

Extreme-G (Japan)

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Extreme-G Rom Extreme-G (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

V-Rally Edition 99 Rom

V-Rally Edition 99 (Japan)

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V-Rally Edition 99 Rom V-Rally Edition 99 (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

NBA in the Zone 2 Rom

NBA in the Zone 2 (Japan)

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NBA in the Zone 2 Rom NBA in the Zone 2 (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Extreme-G XG2 Rom

Extreme-G XG2 (Japan)

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Extreme-G XG2 Rom Extreme-G XG2 (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Iggy-kun no Bura Bura Poyon Rom

Iggy-kun no Bura Bura Poyon (Japan)

JP Country
Iggy-kun no Bura Bura Poyon Rom Iggy-kun no Bura Bura Poyon (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Top Gear Rally Rom

Top Gear Rally (Japan)

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Top Gear Rally Rom Top Gear Rally (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Morita Shougi 64 Rom

Morita Shougi 64 (Japan)

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Morita Shougi 64 Rom Morita Shougi 64 (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Pro Mahjong Tsuwamono 64 - Jansou Battle ni Chousen Rom

Pro Mahjong Tsuwamono 64 - Jansou Battle ni Chousen (Japan)

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Pro Mahjong Tsuwamono 64 - Jansou Battle ni Chousen Rom Pro Mahjong Tsuwamono 64 - Jansou Battle ni Chousen (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Turok 2 - Seeds of Evil  Rom

Turok 2 - Seeds of Evil (USA) (Kiosk Demo)

US Country
Turok 2 - Seeds of Evil  Rom Turok 2 - Seeds of Evil (USA) (Kiosk Demo) US Country (US) 0

John Romero's Daikatana Rom

John Romero's Daikatana (Japan)

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John Romero's Daikatana Rom John Romero's Daikatana (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Knife Edge - Nose Gunner Rom

Knife Edge - Nose Gunner (Japan)

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Knife Edge - Nose Gunner Rom Knife Edge - Nose Gunner (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Top Gear Rally 2 Rom

Top Gear Rally 2 (Japan)

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Top Gear Rally 2 Rom Top Gear Rally 2 (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2000  Rom

Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2000 (Japan) (Rev A)

JP Country
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2000  Rom Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2000 (Japan) (Rev A) JP Country (JP) 0

NFL Quarterback Club 98 Rom

NFL Quarterback Club 98 (Europe)

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NFL Quarterback Club 98 Rom NFL Quarterback Club 98 (Europe) EU Country (EU) 0

Lode Runner 3-D Rom

Lode Runner 3-D (Japan)

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Lode Runner 3-D Rom Lode Runner 3-D (Japan) JP Country (JP) 0

Fighters Destiny Rom

Fighters Destiny (France)

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Fighters Destiny Rom Fighters Destiny (France) FR Country (FR) 0

N64 Information

nintendo 64 roms Nintendo 64 is not a new name in the video game console industry. It is one of the most popular consoles and four out ten gamers admit to using it. Also known as Project Reality, Nintendo 64 is jointly owned by Silicon Graphics and Nintendo. The console was developed as a way of countering and eliminating the competition brought about by Sega and Sony in the gaming industry.

Just like most competitors in the tech industry, doing nothing when the competition is on an onslaught to grab your customers is a sure way to get out of business, and Nintendo had to react by introducing the beautiful Nintendo 64 games.

When it was released, Nintendo 64 was a complete shock to both gamers and developers because the cartridge format stayed, yet the majority thought that it would be discarded in favor of the CD which was viewed as the most appropriate format for gaming. Consequently, a lot of third-party gaming developers turned away because it was their opinion that the cartridge would not have enough space in terms of memory to accommodate their various gaming projects.

If you have been a gamer for any duration, then you know the importance of having sufficient memory capacity. It is a prerequisite for satisfactory gaming, without which you may find it difficult to save your games, and enjoy playing them. With less memory, it is also likely that the performance of the computer may also be affected.

Despite complaints by many gamers and developers, Nintendo is adamant to change the cartridge format. They believe that it is the best option for the Nintendo 64. According to them, using the CD may come along with a myriad of challenges when it comes to loading and as usual, every gamer and developer prefers to have a smooth loading process and don't appreciate waiting for long for the games to load. Because of this there are variuos emulators on Retrostic that can run the N64 ROMs almost instantly.

It is also believed that cartridges are more durable than CDs which are prone to scratches and may be short-lived if proper care is not observed. These are some of the basis on which Nintendo decided to stick to the cartridge format.

Ultimately, Nintendo proved the critics wrong when they showed the Super Mario 64 game in 1995 during a Japanese trade show. The results were impeccable 3D video effects on the game which helped to bring back attention to the Nintendo 64 console that others had earlier on dismissed for not using CD.

One year later, the renamed Nintendo 64 was again released in Japan, featuring the Super Mario game in addition to two other games. On the same year, the console was released in the United States before finally being released in other countries.

Upon release, Nintendo 64 became an instant hit, though the lack of quality worked against its progress and lowered down the sales. As most gamers observed, the games appeared slowly, and a good number of developers also maintained that the use of the cartridge came along with unpleasant restrictions. But let's live the CDs and cartriges aside and dive into the huge Nintendo 64 ROMs available at our website.