" It kicks as much ass as those blackmail pictures you have of your boss in Swedish midget drag. "
Title: Nintendo 64 Secret Codes Volume Four by Brady Games
Format: Hint Book
Reviewing Monkey: Dungapult
The Hype: Tired of calling 900 numbers or looking on the net for cheats to all the bloody N64 games you have? Well, Bradyís put them all in one convenient pocket book for you.
What This Monkey Thought...
Layout: While not meant to be a piece of art, this killer little book compacts all the facts as tight as possible and adds a few spiffy pictures to boot. Not fancy, but damned effective. 5 out of 5
Usefulness: Hell, if youíre like us and have a load of games and donít really care enough to spend time looking for all the cheats this will be a god send. Itís all of the important cheats for 45 different games! Itíll even give you some incentive to pick up some games you may have missed. 5 out of 5
Desired Content: We went on line and searched for cheats to some of the games listed in here and couldnít find any we gave a damn about that werenít included! This book definitely kicks ass. It also has, as Iíve said (but will keep saying because itís impressive), cheats for 45 different games! Most Monkeyís donít even own 45 N64 games. 5 out of 5
Accuracy: As far as we can tell (we didnít check them allÖItís 45 games after all) they were mostly right on. What a kick ass little Monkey aid. 4 out of 5
Weighing in at a light $7.99 retail, this kick ass little beast costs you less than a quarter per game youíre getting cheats forÖHow could you not love this?!? And, if you donít, youíre not a real Monkey anywayÖTurn in your Fez and donít let the door hit you on the way out.
The Good: 45 games worth of well laid out cheats and pics.
The Bad: UmÖI guess if I had to say something bad Iíd say that there really isnít a rhyme or reason to which games were and were not included.
The Overall Ugly: It kicks as much ass as those blackmail pictures you have of your boss in Swedish midget drag.
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