Definitely. I am the school champ in Super Smash Bros. and I got really good at blowing people's head off with a sniper in Conker. They are so much better than zelda or goldeneye.The little wave around the bullets would've been nice... I also wanted to be able to actually dodge bullets a la Matrix, but hey, the game was frikkin awesome, I shouldn't be complaining.
Gk1986 - you think BFD and Super Smash Bros are better than Zelda 64 or GoldenEye?
Maybe I didn't have to quote that as I'm right underneath you, but I just felt like it. Anyways, My friends and I were obsessed with Goldeneye at one time (ie before discovering PSX and how N64 pales in comparison), and that was something we would do for 4 hours straight. Next time you play this game, make sure you place proxies in the bathroom door so a player can die immediately if they get transported there. As for Zelda, it was fun at first, but once I've beaten it, it's been collecting dust in my closet. There's just no point to playing the game again. Of course, it was fun when you play it, but nowaday replay value also counts quite a bit; spending hours hunting down skulltulas and heart pieces just isn't fun. So, here's my list of top 5 one player games:Gah! Blasphemy! Sure, SSB and BFD are fun, but nothing comes close to a 2v2 w/ Proxy Mines in the Facility with your best buds... Sheesh. And Zelda64 is easily one of the best 5 games made for any console ever, by any standard.