Nintendo 64 Replacement Game Cases | Nintendo Collecting



Subscribe, like, & comment to enter the giveaway for 3 of these replacement cases.
Looking for a replacement game case or two? Perhaps all 296 for the N64? Then look no further than RoseColoredGaming. These cases are durable, look professional, and are inexpensive at $4 each. I got a few of the rarer N64 game cases that I am missing in my collection to display them properly in my Nintendo Room.

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48 thoughts on “Nintendo 64 Replacement Game Cases | Nintendo Collecting”

  1. I personally love having custom cases over the original boxes or cases. I think they look great on the shelf. And protect the games better. Just my opinion.

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  2. Water in my basement just fucking destroyed all my 64 original boxes I've been saving for over 20 years. Fucking bullshit. I'll probably be getting these as a replacement. They look great.

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  3. I remember ordering 2 replacement cases for my N64 games from a few years ago and they looked different compared to these cases since they're made by a different manufacturer and they're such a great way to keep these games put away. I wish N64 cases like these also came in horizontal position.

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  4. This changes my outlook on CIB.
    I love the white color too.
    I thought it looked fantastic with Wii and it looks fantastic with N64.
    I’m just happy you didn’t say “PokEmon”.

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  5. I got into collecting about 2 years ago an I have a really nice collection I feel like. I would like Pokémon stadium to add to my collection but for the case I would like MARIO 64

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  6. I think the prices are ridiculous ive been collecting since i was young but a lot of scalpers buy them to make a profit its very sad

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  7. I will definitely buy these if they ship to the UK, I’m not fussed about not having the original box art as long as they look beautiful(which they do) and give me somewhere to put the loose cartridges

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  8. I just bought 22 cases for my 22 N64 games from an eBay seller named AARONSKYWALKER item number 182620067035 there is another bundle of 5 where it's alot cheaper for each cartridge. Can't wait to get them. Thanks for posting up the video. 😎 liked and subscribed! I started collecting games I'm actually going to play a year ago for my N64, GameCube, and PS2. I even went as far as getting my N64 modified with the Retro Active Ultra HDMI kit. A bit expensive but for me it's worth it. Keep up the good work.

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  9. know these videos are somewhat old but these are inspiring me to up my Nintendo Collection not just to play to collect but to complete and improve my Nintendo lingo! YOU ROCK MAN

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  10. i know its way to late to win just wanna answer i got into collecting around 3 years ago when i was little my family was really poor and we could never afford games so my first console was a wii but after i got that and once my family was doing better i went back and started collecting from ps4 all the way back to nes my collection isn’t huge but i can get decent original xbox and ps2 games for $5 or cheaper a game so i’m a cheapskate collector but its worked out so far why go and but a $60 game when the last game i wanted that bad was dragon ball exenoverse 2 when i can 10 or 20 games for the same price

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  11. But on the other hand, forgive me if I have hurt your feelings. Is there Ogre Battle 64 in the replacement case? As well as Pokemon Stadium (I already have both) and Killer Instinct Gold (awesome game)?

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  12. Cool but however, you have one retarded game (WTF? I thought it was supposed to be family friendly and for kids but NO!) and one uninteresting game (which I won't even say, huge disappointment for a thousand dollars).

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  13. I got 3 cases from here, the cases themselves are beautiful, except mine came with some light scratches on them, as if they had prior use the shipping was quick but it was 10$ standard

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  14. Well, naturally, some games are increasing in price and rarity and some are still available and more moderately priced. However, as time continues to march onward, all these games will gradually increase in price.

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  15. Hey lithium how much money do you think was used for your entire collection I predict ~5678$

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  16. I've been collecting since the beginning Fall season of 2015. But if you wanna get technical, I started back in 2008 when I found my old Gamecube at my grandparents house. I've had that since I was 10, still works to this day. The reason why I started my collecting adventure is because of memories. I want to be able to relive those gaming memories and make new ones with my friends and family. I've been following Rose Colored Gaming's content since you first showed off those display stands for the Wii remotes. I hope I win. 🙂

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  17. i honestly think that prices for n64 goodies are going sky high which i think is horrible (especially when you are an 11 year old who spends every penny he has on video games) (ps: because the n64 is my all time favorite console!!!! if i win please could i have the super mario 64. pokemon stadium. & pokemon snap. cases) thanks for listening and have an awesome day.

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  18. I personally believe most old games (including N64) have been going up overall in the past few years. Good luck to all who enter!

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  19. The collecting market feels like it's only getting more expensive. Gamecube in my area has been especially insane to track down for affordable prices.

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