We already published the list of best N64 games of all time, now it’s time to discover the best N64 strategy games of all time.
With amazing titles available, the N64 definitely has a great library of strategy games.
So, if you’re a fan of both the N64 and strategy games, there’s a chance you’ll like this list.
And some of you may already know some of the games mentioned in this list.
#5. Command & Conquer
- Release Data: Looking Glass Studios/Nintendo, 1999
- Genre: Strategy » Real-Time » Command
Command & Conquer is a fine game and may get a little addictive for anyone who never got into the PC version of the game.
But for anyone who ran through the old version, the N64 won’t offer much in the way of new thrills beyond the new N64 missions and the 3D world.
#4. Pokemon Stadium
- Release Data: HAL Labs/Nintendo, 2000
- Genre: Strategy » General
This is a game for the hardcore fans out there. If you ever were able to recite all of the original 151 Pokémon from memory, this game is for you.
Overall, Pokémon Stadium was a revolutionary step up for the franchise – and that’s not just due to the fact that we got to see all of the original Pokémon in 3D.
#3. Worms Armageddon
- Release Data: Infogrames, 2000
- Genre: Strategy » Turn-Based » Artillery
Worms Armageddon is designed so you can play with other people, and if you’ve got plenty of friends who spend their time lounging around your place, definitely pick this one up for some good laughs.
Although the game has its weak points, the solid gameplay and simple control make this game a must-have for anyone who likes to play with other humans.
#2. Harvest Moon 64
- Release Data: Victor Interactive Software, 1999
- Genre: Strategy » Management » Business / Tycoon
Harvest Moon 64 is an underrated masterpiece. A wide variety of character events, a deep marriage system, and an addicting lifestyle all make this as good as it gets.
As in all management games, everyday chores have the potential to get repetitive but its many features and fun tasks make everyday chores fresh every time you do them.
#1. Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber
- Release Data: Quest/Nintendo, 2000
- Genre: Strategy » Turn-Based » Tactics
Ogre Battle 64 is a very engaging and deep strategy game. It’s got a metric ton of content and will keep you busy for weeks trying to clear all missions.
It doesn’t really change the formula its predecessor started, it works perfectly, and it’s one of the best strategy titles ever made.
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