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Nintendo - Nintendo 64 romset (NTSC-U)

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N64 ROM set divided into 8 parts for my own convenience. Includes all American released games.

Note: I do not guarantee the flawlessness of these ROMs, for I have collected them from multiple sources. However, they ARE mostly good; at least the ones that I've tried.

 

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Thanks for the opportunity. I'm new to that phat emulation station so people like you make it an enjoyable learning experience.

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