There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. The Nintendo 64 is a video game console released in N64 games offer a wide range of video games for all ages, including mature games aimed at an older audience, and with a number of different genres. Genres covered are fairly extensive for mature-rated console games, so there's always something to play.
Nintendo is for kids. At least, that's the meme. Truthfully, it's more of a meme that Nintendo fans use to put down any naysayers of the house of Mario. Still, there is some truth in the meme. Nintendo consoles, even when they're as explosively popular as the Wii or Switch, tend to be purchased with families in mind. You get the PlayStation for yourself so that you can enjoy GTA in privacy, or anonymously on the internet. Then you convince your spouse that the Nintendo is for them, and enjoy Mario Kart as a family.
In order to Trojan Horse their way into households, Nintendo marketed the NES as a toy rather than a video game machine. As such, the Nintendo brand became synonymous with kid- and family-friendly electronic entertainment, and companies who wanted to compete with Nintendo would deliberately attack that image. Nintendo detractors will often use derogatory terms like "kiddie" to describe the company and its games, a branding that has followed the gaming giant for decades. The ironic thing is that there has been a lot of very mature, very adult content to appear on Nintendo consoles-- often even produced by Nintendo themselves-- going back almost to the beginning of their time as a game maker. Sometimes they've even pushed the limits further than their competitors.
Poppy lives near Tokyo and likes to read novels and play video games, especially fantasy RPGs. The Nintendo 64 was released in and remains a well-loved console that is the source of a lot of joy and nostalgia for several generations of people around the world. It, along with the Playstation, brightened up many homes and created some precious memories for kids and adults alike. People's love for the classics inspired Nintendo to create remakes of several of them on DS and Wii.