I don't know about specific modes, but I always remember "confuse the older family members in the Archives map" by turning the wrong way at the top/bottom of the stairs. Good times! But yeah, we played it for hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and... until Perfect Dark came long.
Subject: Re: N64 Discussion Thread Sat 27 Jun 2020 - 21:27
That's a super cool idea. Those ammo boxes could certainly take some punishment.
The Cappuccino Kid Steel Samurai
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Subject: Re: N64 Discussion Thread Sat 12 Jun 2021 - 7:57
Glenn Plant is backing making his N64 videos on YouTube, and I found his latest one to be quite interesting. He recommends N64 games for people with autism spectrum conditions.
Even with respect to the common social difficulties that seem to define and diagnose autism, I think there’s some sweeping generalisations made here. But it’s a topic that I don’t think I’ve ever seen covered by a YouTube gaming channel before, and it’s obviously well-researched and well-thought-out. It definitely made me think anyway.
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Subject: Re: N64 Discussion Thread Sat 12 Jun 2021 - 19:30
Love Glenn Plant's videos, especially the ones going through old N64 Magazines. The dedication to one console is admirable and I imagine he's covered every game at this point, so good to see him branching out.