Nintendo 64 Cart Display Ideas for a Game Collection / Game Room

The Nintendo 64 Cartridge is an oddly shaped game to say the least. Curves in odd places make it difficult to display. Here are a few Ideas that I have found so far on how to display N64 games in your game collection or game room. Collect what you love!

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33 thoughts on “Nintendo 64 Cart Display Ideas for a Game Collection / Game Room

  1. I like how your N64 stickers fit perfectly between the 2 lines on top of the cart. Where did you get them?

  2. Hi dont mind me asking but is there any difference for super mario 64? I have one thats rated E and another lne thats rated K-A? Would like to know if its different thanks

  3. Hmm. Those labels would probably work better and look real nice on those cassette style cases you showed at the end. Found you via Ircha Gaming.

  4. Thank you! I have all my old games in a storage container. It's now time that i put them on display and start collecting again!

  5. Just found your channel the other day. I cant believe you only have 400 subs from i have seen you should be near the 2000 range. Love the videos

  6. Awesome tips as always!! I wouldn't dare using those stickers but the crystal clear boxes are genius!!! Collect What you Love!!! L&R

  7. I have about 200 new large vhs cases, Im going to print out the original box art for the games. But first I need to get photoshop and new printer that prints in good quality. Ill use these cases for nes, famicom, snes, super famicom, n64, sega master system and sega mega drive/genesis cartridges. Normal vhs cases work aswell but nes cartridges are larger so the cases for them have to be bigger. Also one big bonus with larger cases is that when I cut couple of plastic part that would hold the vhs tape then I can insert those original snes and n64 cardboard inserts that hold the cartridge in place. Im sure most of the other carts with in those aswell. Universal game cases are alright option but they are on the bit more expensive side.

    Meanwhile before I get all that done Im probably going to use those cartridge protectors and maybe order some of those labels with them.

  8. I mostly keep mine in a drawer. I like the really small plastic protectors you showed off there , that’s something I need to check out. I used to have a template for printing off my own custom labels , I have no clue what happened to it. There is a lot of good info here and this is a well crafted video , keep up the great work . 😀

  9. I've been contemplating the idea of the labels but do they leave residue on the cartridge when removed?

  10. Nintendo 64 games have always posed a challenge when trying to display them, some of this headache could have been mitigated if Nintendo had just included end labels. My main issue with the labels that are printed off are how they go over the front and back of the cart instead of just the front part like NES and SNES carts. You have to remove part of the sticker to open the carts and the stickers don't look too great over the seam either in my opinion, but that may just be me.

    Great video though, there are some great options here!

  11. hmmm.. you didn't give me much to work with here. Using protection and always having a flat side to work with… nope I got nothing.

  12. Awesome stuff. We love N64 game labels!!!!! Like the idea of square edge boxes for the carts!

    Thanks disk cart for bringing the folks the goods!

  13. I really love your videos and display tips! They always teach me something new. I was wondering if you were planning to make similar videos regarding non-Nintendo game systems?

  14. I really wish those Rose Colored Gaming cases were cheaper. I love the way they look. Also a lot easier then getting a case and using something like Cover Project.

  15. I'm liking the Collector Craft option – seems to be the evolution of those old drawer-based storage cases, but in a less bulky form factor. Do the carts with the Retro Protection cases fit in the CollectorCraft 'thing', or is it too tight a fit when you add that extra layer?

  16. Hey friend!
    Wanted to add that instead of buying the cases from rose colored gaming. You can buy the clear cases in bulk of 100 and then head over to the cover to get the covers to print yourself. Rose colored gaming has them readily available to use. Also. The clear protectors for retroprotection (Dan the man) can also have a super cool use. If you print the art for how the original box is you can glue it inside and store your cartridges on mini boxes! Works awesome with snes titles as well. I believe someone in Etsy already does this. Cheers man!

  17. I remember back with my N64 we always had issues with storing the games in a good way. The labels and the plastic boxes are great, it gives you a chance to store them but also quickly see which game you got. We ended up using small plastic transparent boxes from IKEA to store them in, this made it somewhat possible to see which game was which.

  18. N64 are a serious challenge to display well, and you nailed some great ideas here. I've always liked the top labels but never jumped on it, but you just gave me a great idea. Why not use the clear protectors and put the labels on those? Then no worries about labels on the games themselves (I think I've had a hangup about that and why I hadn't done labels thus far). I never really though of using the protectors specifically with 64 games, especially in regards to stacking, love it!

  19. Always a great video! My first thought was "will he have the end labels on his N64 carts?" and you worried me at first with them on the shelf!
    Also, when is Rose-Colored Gaming going to sponsor you!? They are missing out!!
    I second the protective sleeves; as you mentioned, they negate the curved edges of the 64 carts making them easier to stack, but they hardly take up any more space than the carts themselves, so you don't lose much from your shelf while keeping them safe in a way so that labels are not getting rubbed and worn either.

  20. Great video, I especially like the clear holders. I like the idea of labels, but one thing I haven't liked about a lot of the n64 labels I have seen is that they cover the whole top, so if you needed to open the cartridge for cleaning, it makes it more difficult. I found this one shop on etsy that does end labels for a 1/2 cart, so that you can open them as needed. They also make end labels for Atari 5200, Vectrex, Sega 32x, and Atari Jaguar carts.

    I still am not sure how I like the look of the artwork, which is probably why I haven't pulled the trigger on them yet. However, I wanted to share this in case anyone else wants to check these out.

  21. Awesome thanks for the tips man. Ive got like japanese n64 games and us n64 games but i just got the two medium empty ramen noodles boxes.

  22. Oh i forgot Those white cartridge holders could work well if you have drawers you need to fill if you ever want to store games that way! You can Open the drawer pick a game and off you go!

  23. Dude I was JUST looking at my N64 games yesterday so this is great. Those custom cases look REALLY high quality! I think I like the idea of the protectors/labels as a combo solution for this 🙂 Great work as always, man!

  24. LOVE it dude. N64 is probably my favorite system…. that or SNES. It's pretty close. I really want to get those clamshell cases but I have almost a complete collection of N64 and that would get expensive and I would need a place to store them all. Right now I have those N64 storage drawers filled to the brim with them. Not ideal but it works… for now 🙂
    Great video as always, DC! Keep up the awesome job!

  25. FIRST!

    Also I really love the white boxes for the games! Really well done and really well made alternative than the cardboard originals

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