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Kickstart this! Nintendo 64 Anthology – The Ultimate Book

September 29th, 2016, marks the Nintendo 64’s twentieth anniversary. To celebrate the birth of one of the greatest consoles, one of the biggest Nintendo 64 game collectors in the world, Math Manent, has written the most comprehensive and remarkable book about this legendary console. The book consists of 372 pages, 388 game reviews, tons of interviews, and a complete History and collector’s guide that every Nintendo fan will appreciate. Everything you need to know about the Nintendo 64 can be found in these pages. With Nintendo 64 Anthology, Math has produced a comprehensive project and a testament to his life as a video game historian.

Nintendo 64 Anthology Collector’s Edition features a limited edition cover as well. The book will be numbered and housed in its own, handmade slipcase. In addition to the handmade slipcase, exclusive cover, and limited, numbered print-run, the Nintendo 64 Anthology Collector’s Edition includes 24 additional pages with the best international N64 advertisements, guaranteed to transport you around the world.


In addition, there will also be a box art collector’s edition released. With just 500 copies printed, it includes the Nintendo 64 Anthology collector’s edition cover and a box art collection of at least 750 of the games published for the Nintendo 64. Each of these copies is unique; the cover page is numbered and exclusive.

N64 Anthology

If that wasn’t enough, Matt is also releasing a custom Zelda edition pack. Included in this package is the Box Art Collection Edition along with a limited numbered and signed Zelda Nintendo 64, custom painted by American artist, James Harvard (Air Effex). With this, you have also reserved a unique Nintendo 64 Anthology flyleaf that is personalized to your specifications.


Such a project requires a lot of hard work and has Matt points out on his Kickstarter page, it also requires completeness, precision, and making sure that nothing is left out. If you are interested in backing this project, watch the video below and check out his Kickstarter page here.

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