Nintendo & Sega
Page 60 - Nintendo 64 hardware, Diddy Kong Racing, Bomberman 64
The Nintendo 64 is not well represented in this catalog. It has three dedicated pages and then a handful of titles scattered in seemingly random places. I suppose 1998 was a better year for it but by then it was firmly cemented in second place.
Page 63 - Game Boy Pocket, Donkey Kong Land III, Kirby's Star Stacker, Ken Griffey Jr., Tetris Plus, Game and Watch Gallery, Mole Mania, Battle Arena Toshinden, Donkey Kong Land 2, King of Fighters '95
What I remember most about the Game Boy Pocket is Sega mocking it. They had a good point about Nintendo still selling a black & white system 8 years after it first launched but it didn't matter to anyone else.
Page 64 - Game Boy games
I guess 1997 would be the last time this rendition of Link would be used. Once Ocarina of Time was released that became the new standard for his appearance. Wind Waker was the next major redesign but he reverted back to the Ocarina of Time style for Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword.
Page 65 - Super Nintendo
This is a historically interesting page - the last days of the Super Nintendo. Technically speaking, Frogger would be the last licensed release for the system but Kirby's Dream Land 3 is often given that distinction.
F-Zero and Sim City deserve an award for price durability. They were both launch titles and here they are for $35 at the very end. I am extremely hard-pressed to think of any other launch titles that were also still being sold new when the system was discontinued. Not counting systems with extremely short lifespans of course.
Page 86 - Rampage World Tour, Doom 64, Mace the Dark Age, Maximum Force, Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub Zero, Pandemonium 2, San Francisco Rush, War Gods
I know some people like it but I thought Doom 64 was the worst version of the game. Yes, I've played the Super Nintendo version and I stand by my statement. (Although I enjoyed the remake that fixed the contrast decades later)