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ExciteBike 64

Platform : Nintendo 64
Rated: Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews
Metascore: 88 / 100
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Product Description

Cartridge and hard plastic collector case with reprint of original case artwork - NO MANUAL - Front label is fully in tact. Game cartridge is in good condition but may show normal signs of age such as minor scratches, discoloration, or debris in creases. All games are tested before being put into our inventory.

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Excitebike 64 is an updated version of the classic NES game Excitebike. This realistic motorcycle racing simulation features high-resolution graphics, three progressive bike classes, and both a rider and track editor. Speed through six outdoor courses and six indoor stunt tracks. You can also show off over 32 stunt tricks in this fast action game. As an added bonus, the original NES version is hidden inside this game.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00002STH2
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,320 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By A Customer on June 16, 2000
I bought the game without any reviews or expectations and found a very fun game to play. I put things off just to go and play to open up the next round or difficulty, etc. The four player capability is great when you have friends over and want to race, however, first player is the best experience. Some bugs I've found are the unseen barriers that knock you sideways and the unrealistic physics. Normally gravity accelerates an object down, but not with excitebike. The cycle seems to glide at a constant velocity. You can be grinding against a wall around a turn at 50 mph and not fall off. But, when you bump into a pole at 2 mph, for some reason you go flying off at 10 mph. If you can take advantage of the gliding effect, time your turns right, and avoid the other racers the inaccurate physics aren't a problem. I'm not trying to scare you away from the game; its great fun. If you remember the fun of creating tracks on the original excitebike and them racing them, its twice the fun in 3D. Theres so many things to do in the game unlike most racing games for the N64. The soccer thing is fun, excite 3D is awesome. Some of the tracks are hard and it gets frustrating, but thats what makes it addictive. You have to beat the next round so you can move on and open up new features, its great. I highly reccomend this game.
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First of all, I would recommend this game to any N64 owner who has been fiending for a good racing game.
This game includes 20 indoor and outdoor levels, 5 or 6 racers, a track editor/creator, a stunt level, and 6 bonus games. Not all of the tracks or bonuses are available from the get go. You start off with 5 tracks and 2 bonus games, and must unlock the rest by playing through the season mode. This is no easy task, since you must learn every single curve and jump of each track, in addition to the skilled computer opponents, in order to place first. This game is highly replayable.
No additional memory pack is needed, since it saves everything you've unlocked to the cartridge; but you only get to save 1 track from the track editor to the cartridge. However, you can save quite a few to a memory pack.
But is this game perfect? No. Maybe I was expecting too much out of this game because of rave reviews, or the near-perfect Wave Race (which is one of the first games to come out for the N64). The control is adequate but slightly stiff, almost sluggish. The track design is very good, but a few tracks have very annoying flaws. Right before the finish line in the Congo level, there is a hut next to the left wall where it is very easy to get stuck right before you finish the race. You can be in first place but over shoot the jump before that spot, get stuck, have to go in reverse, and come in dead last. VERY annoying. One jaded feature is knocking over, or being knocked over by hitting the rear wheel of a bike. Basically, if a character hits the rear wheel with their front wheel, the person hitting the rear wheel will fall over.
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By A Customer on July 7, 2000
When I first got the game i thought that is was terrible. I could barely use the bikes. But I kept playing it because I heard such good things about it. And believe me, once you get used to it you will LOVE it. Graphically it it pretty good. It is nothing revolutionary but it is nice looking. Sound wise it is the best sounding N64 bike racer yet. The control is good. The game is very responsive. At first you might have a little trouble turning but once you go through the "Tutoriol Mode" everything will be solved. There are over 25 courses with over 10 riders and plenty of extra modes including the original Excitebike for NES. That is just one of the great modes in the game.I gave this game a full 5 stars because all the aspects of the game like the sound, graphics, control, and gameplay are all fine. With that alone I woul give it 4 stars, but thanks to the "create a track," and all the great courses and extra playmodes it made this game a MUST BUY. If you are skeptical about this game then rent it but I don't believe that will do you much good considering it takes a while to get used to the game.
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By A Customer on December 22, 2000
The graphics are AWESOME and control is good, you just have to get used to it (and that doesn't take long.) In this game (unlike some others) you have to use your brake to win. Yes, the jumping and hitting things isn't very realistic, but it's more arcade than real. The turbo is realistic because when you rev your bike to top speed in real life it of course WILL overheat after a time. There is a limited amount of riders, even though I heard somewhere that there is a hidden rider, but I haven't gotten him yet. This game is not one of those dinky little racing games that are easy to beat, it's challenging, and there are lots of activities to do in the game like hill climb, stunt arena, the original excitebike, desert racing, excite 3D, and my favorite... soccer. And finally it has a secret cheat menu. If you start to have trouble here's a little cheat... at the main menu hold right c, down c, and the "L" button at the same time and then press the "A" button to access the cheat menu, then enter "mower" find out yourself what exactly it does, but it's very helpful. There are other cheats if you want to look them up. I recomend this game STRONGLY!!!
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