TITUS Nintendo 64 Games (Feat Xena Warrior Princess, Hercules, Carmageddon 64)

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TITUS developed and published Nintendo 64 Games were surprisingly in abundance on the Nintendo 64. In this documentary style video we take a look at all 8 N64 games that were either published or developed by TITUS. Some of these games you would never believe would have ended up on the list and you’ll learn more about the good and the bad of TITUS work on the N64.

Automobili Lamborghini review

Xena Warrior Princess review

Roadsters Trophy Review

Hercules the legendary journeys review
TBC

Superman 64 review

blues brothers 2000 review
TBC

virtual chess 64 review

Carmageddon 64 review

Recorded using both an Ultra HDMI modded N64 console with an Elgato game capture HD60s capture card using a real game cartridge or a dazzle via svideo.

So who’s looking forward to the N64 Mini Classic console and do you think any of these games will end up on it? what do you think the top 5 or top 10 TITUS games of all time are? Any TITUS Amiga games which you’d have liked to have been ported to the Nintendo 64?

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21 comments

  1. N64 Glenn Plant 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    Xena Warrior Princess review
    https://youtu.be/i6wvaNiPzs8

    Roadsters Trophy Review
    https://youtu.be/l4AdObcOEGI

    Hercules the legendary journeys review
    TBC

    Superman 64 review
    https://youtu.be/fAFJJYPp-Eg

    blues brothers 2000 review
    TBC

    virtual chess 64 review
    https://youtu.be/7dSa9Dc-zhk

    Carmageddon 64 review
    https://youtu.be/Y7NucT6emq0

  2. megamarsonic 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    I believe the only Titus game I own at the moment is Blues Brothers 2000. Even without any nostalgic ties to the game (or the movie it's loosely based off of), I actually don't think it's that bad. It has problems no doubt and it certainly wouldn't be my first pick to play on a system chock full with amazing 3d platformers but I didn't hate myself for playing it like I did with The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning or Sonic Adventure 2 Battle. The wannabe Dance Dance Revolution boss fights were super lame, though.

  3. Matt Arnold 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    I'd put Automobilli Lamborghini above Roadsters. Whilst Roadsters had more in it, there weren't that many cars that I was as interested in whereas Lamborghini, every one was a legend in its own right! Also Lamborghini had a better physics engine if you played on Expert Mode and was one of the best games on the console for use with a wheel. Having said this, playing with a wheel and going for a pit stop meant you missed out on: "Problem!", "Idiot!", "Won't Go!" by rotating the control stick the wrong way to screw on your tyres!

  4. LawrenceGSD 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    I got Roadsters in a set, haaaaaated that game. Just not for me. When I noticed who it was by- ugh. Now I want to collect all Titus N64 games and call it the punishment collection.

    Also you channel has sparked me to buy a number of games I wouldnt have known about or never have tried. Awesome stuff man!

  5. marcus goulding 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    Roadsters Trophy was a hidden jem on the N64, I remember getting many hours out of it. I also had Hercules brought for me as a Christmas gift, I traded it in soon after….

  6. Dirtbike Dom 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    I feel like i’m the only person who legit likes Carmageddon 64… fuck Superman 64 tho lol

  7. Drake Jenness 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    Personally, I think that automobili lambroghini is acually very good!
    (Its just soo nastolgiac!)

    P.S. sorry for bad spelling!

  8. jimmystooge 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    Hey Glenn, do you still have any of the N64 Magazines? I was just rummaging around in my attic and found a few, it's got a great sense of humour, still.

  9. Golden Jupiter Studios 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    i only have 1 Game from Titus Called Barbarian for PS2, however i couldn’t played it because the Disc is Scratched.

  10. Scott Tumilty 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    I'll never forget Robocop on the Xbox, where Titus decided that what the franchise really needed was for Robocop to wander down into the sewers, and fight one of the rodents of unusual size from The Princess Bride.

  11. Wesley C 4 July, 2020 at 02:19 Reply

    Automobili Lamborghini, that's what I rented this game when I was so young, this one's my favorite sports car, man.

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