Shared October 7, 2019
In 1997 Bung Enterprises released the Doctor V64, a backup device /ROM loader for the Nintendo 64. But the device is also a capable development kit for the N64 with Acclaim Studios utilizing them during the development and testing of Turok 3 in 2000. In this episode we take a deep dive at the Doctor V64 and Bung Enterprises.
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