The original premise, varied situations and fresh gameplay means that Blast Corps is like nothing you've experienced before. The biggest shame about Blast Corps is that it seems destined to be the most under-rated classic Nintendo 64 game.
Rare knew what they were doing between 1996 and 2001. Never have I played a more uniquely satisfying, acceptably challenging, "it's your fault you messed up" kind of game.
This is one of few games I frequently go back to on the Nintendo 64 that doesn't feel outdated. I can't think of another destruction puzzle game as good as this. If you're a Nintendo 64 collector, get this game ASAP. You won't regret it.
In this frighteningly entertaining new cart, developers Rare have gone all out, combining nuclear weapons, giant robots, construction vehicles, AND load motor noises in one title. The results are spectacular.
Another great N64 game that required time and patience. It wasn't the easiest game by any means, nor the most difficult but you had so much fun playing through it. You never got bored of the game, or at least I didn't and I can't say that about many games. If you own an N64 then you must own this game.
A rather unique little arcade game that takes "collateral damage" to a whole new level. Smash, bash and crash your way through levels of destruction in a simple but addictive formula that's difficult to pigeonhole. The most important thing is, it's fun.
Ehhhhh. I liked the game...didnt love it, just liked it. It was fun at times, but the game got boring. The different vehicles all did their own thing which was cool, but to me, the game wasnt as great as everyone else says...
SummaryA pair of defective nuclear missiles, en route to a safe detonation site, has begun to leak. Badly damaged, the carrier automatically locks onto the most direct route. Clear a path to help the carrier arrive safely. Tons of vehicles are at your disposal. Leave nothing standing or the adventure will end in an earth-shattering explosion! F...