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The 21 greatest N64 games we ever played

An often-overlooked gem, the Nintendo 64 produced some of the finest games of its entire generation. While the PlayStation got all the plaudits, the N64 pumped out classic after classic... with the odd stinker. No, Superman 64 does not feature in this list.

The following 21 titles are the best N64 games we ever wiggled a joystick at. Click in, enjoy a nostalgia-blast - and let us know if we missed any of your personal favourites.

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