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Issue 18

N64 Magazine Issue 18

August 1998
Release Date: 15 Jul 1998
Pages: 132
Editor: James Ashton


Summer hit and with it the big blockbuster Banjo Kazooie. There was a massive 18 page review, covering every aspect of the game and all the levels within. Kobe Bryant’s NBA Courtside also got a star game award this issue, and the Japanese version of ISS 98 (Jikkyou World Soccer) also reviewed well. Zelda also got another big preview this issue, as well as the team visiting DMA design to check out Body Harvest, Silicon Valley and WIld Metal Country. In the back of the mag they looked at how video games are made, taking a game from idea to reality


Future Look

  • WWF Warzone
  • Wipeout 64
  • Castlevania 64
  • Iggy's Reckin' Balls

Coming Soon

  • Shadowman
  • Survivor Day One
  • Mission: Impossible
  • Twelve Tales: Conker 64
  • F-Zero X
  • S.C.A.R.S
  • Nascar '99
  • Madden NFL '99
  • Hype: The Time Quest
  • Ogre Battle 3
  • Mother 3 / Earthbound 64
  • Glover
  • Rogue Trip
  • Duke Nukem: Time to Kill

Special Investigation

  • Body Harvest
  • Spacestation Silicon Valley
  • Wild Metal Country
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of TIme


  • Quest 64
    Author: James Price
    Country: USA
    Score: 71%
  • Major League Baseball
    Author: Martin Kitts
    Country: US
    Score: 74%
  • Bio Freaks
    Author: James Price
    Country: USA
    Score: 76%
  • Virtual Chess 64
    Author: Tim Weaver
    Country: USA
    Score: 76%
  • All Star Baseball
    Author: Martin Kitts
    Country: USA
    Score: 84%
  • Mortal Kombat 4
    Author: Martin Kitts
    Country: USA
    Score: 84%
  • Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside
    Author: Martin Kitts
    Country: UK
    Score: 90%
  • Jikkyou World Soccer '98
    Author: Tim Weaver
    Country: Jap
    Score: 91%
  • Banjo Kazooie
    Author: James Ashton
    Country: UK
    Score: 92%

How To

  • Build Winning landscapes in Wetrix
  • Work out what your choice of character says about you in Goldeneye


  • The Evolution Game: Just how do games get made


  • James Ashton Editor
  • Tim Weaver Deputy Editor
  • Wil Overton Art Editor
  • Paul Jarrold Art Assistant
  • Jes Bickham Writer
  • Andrea Ball Production Editor
  • James Price Writer
  • Martin Kitts Writer