After 1995 the market was taken over by the Sony Playstation. The Nintendo (Ultra) 64 and recently the Gamecude tried to compete, but could not dominate as in the old days. The Nintendo 64 had innovative 3D games like Mario 64, and probably the best good/bad games ratio, but still wasn't able to dominate. The cube continued the trend. Great things are now expected from the Revolution, with an innovative controller.

Nintendo 64 Emulators are getting more compatible every month, but there are still some games which do not play well. Sixtyforce is the best.