The Nintendo 64 enthusiast scene is one of the most interesting (to us, anyway) in retro circles, as fans find ways to improve the classic system. The focus, often, is on visual quality - mods and tricks that can help the early 3D graphics shine.

Back in October last year we shared a video by My Life in Gaming that showed off the Ultra HDMI mod, which can sharpen the image through the improved connection. For eager N64 players, however, there are always tricks to be discovered to improve the old system further.

A very simple one for turning off anti-aliasing has been discovered, in essence removing the blurry look common across the system's games. It's as simple as using a GameShark cheat cart and inputting values, though results have positives and negatives.

My Life in Gaming breaks it all down in the video below.