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ULTRA 64 is a comprehensive break down of the Nintendo 64! Each week, hosts Steve Guntli and Woody Ciskowski play a different N64 game, chosen at random, and talk about it, then rank the games overall to create the definitive list of games for the system. Funny and informative, with a great stable of guests.

Ultra 64 Steve Guntli

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    • 4.8, 50 Ratings

ULTRA 64 is a comprehensive break down of the Nintendo 64! Each week, hosts Steve Guntli and Woody Ciskowski play a different N64 game, chosen at random, and talk about it, then rank the games overall to create the definitive list of games for the system. Funny and informative, with a great stable of guests.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

MStefano ,

Just what I was looking for!

I was on a nostalgic search on YouTube for a bunch of Banjo Kazooie videos and realized that I needed to subscribe to a podcast that goes over N64 games. This happened to be the first to pop up so I checked out a very old episode and liked it. As a podcaster I’m aware that quality gets better over time so I went through and proceeded to download every episode related to a game that I have in my collection.

Now that I’ve listened to about 20 episodes so far I can totally recommend this show! While as a OCD completionist I do get slightly annoyed that they don’t finish every game, I realize how difficult that would be for each episode. Great show by cool and knowledgeable people and it makes me want to go back and add more to my own N64 collection!

It's all in the game. ,

Why inject politics? Bye.

Loved the gaming chit-chat. Pretty funny, well researched, good format. But then you went and injected 2019 SJW politics. Why?
I listen to this to get away from politics. Leftists ruin everything.

omalyya ,

Good podcast

I really don’t like that it does the “there’s no obvious button for this!” sort of thing when you can go to the options and just see the controls, which is something dumb that affects almost every retro game podcast. I know these games are rarely ever played on original hardware and no one has a instruction booklet but please— if it explains it in game, I don’t think implying that there’s no “obvious button” makes sense

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