Super Mario Advance: Super Mario Bros. 2 - 03/21/01When's the last time Nintendo's made two remakes in the same series on the same system in a row? Never. It's unprecedented.
I'm not sure I understand your reasoning. The N64 is one year older than you. I've played the Atari 2600, and it's seven years older than I am, so age shouldn't matter. Since you've played the GameCube version, you must have a TV with composite or S-Video inputs, so it's not a problem with having a TV that's too modern. Maybe cost is an issue, since a used N64 and Majora's Mask cost more than a new game, but you could get a large collection of N64 games (depending on popularity and rarity) for a lot cheaper than a collection of modern games.the N64 is so old, someone like me couldn't play it (i'm 14).