Yeah. How much would an expansion pak be?I still have my N64, and play it every once in a while. But it all depends on if you want to truly have that classic feel. If you simply want to play MM, Collector's Edition is your best bet, since you won't need to purchase an expansion pak.
Nowadays, probably a few dollars online or something. Anyway, I have a 64, the same one I've had since I was...4 in 2001. I got it on sale at the end of it's lifetime, before the GameCube was introduced. I still play it, but I'm afraid it's going to die on me. It scared me over the summer, and it also overheats if you play for 3 hours or more, but that really only happens on school breaks. I've bought most of the 64 games I have on Wii Virtual Console, but I just have SO MUCH NOSTALGIA with the original 64, and I find the controller fits the best in my hand, but maybe that's the memories of my childhood talking.Yeah. How much would an expansion pak be?
While I'd argue that all those games but Smash Bros. and the two N64 Zeldas are pretty short, they all have that special quality that surrounds older games. Or maybe it's nostalgia and an age free of little children shouting online and trolling...For the sake of Super Smash Brothers, Star Fox, OoT, MM, and Pokemon Stadium (1 and 2), then HECK YES.