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Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Gwinn, Eric
Date: Sep 27, 1996
Start Page: 71
Section: FRIDAY
Abstract (Document Summary)

Nintendo plans to have 12 Nintendo 64 games out by the December holiday season, priced from $50 to $80. Here are the six I tried. I wouldn't have bought N64 at $250. But now that it's $199, I'll see you in line at the toy store Sunday.

This game is huge. It's truly a 360-degree world and you can wander all over the place. You'll spend hours upon hours exploring and using your ingenuity. You'll be running, walking, whirling, sliding, swimming, flipping, soaring and cannonballing through the air in no time.

Vertigo! Strap on a jet pack or clutch a hang glider and compete against the computer to do the best aerial stunts. Frustrating at first, it's lots of fun . . . if you don't get airsick.

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