Nearly 400 games were released for the Nintendo 64 over its six-year run.

The first games were the launch titles, Super Mario 64 and PilotWings 64, released with the system in 1996.

The last game was Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3, which was released a year after the console's production had ended, in 2002.

In these six years, Nintendo and its associated developers released numerous titles that received critical acclaim. These included:

A common theme is present here: Nintendo's use of previously established intellectual property in its games. This system meant more resources were available to focus on bringing the titles into 3D, allowing for a better transition into the medium.