Wave Race: Blue Storm

Wave Race: Blue Storm

In terms of sheer number of hours I have probably spent more time playing Wave Race 64 than the vast majority of games in my thirty seven years. Of course a large part of that was due to the anemic...
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Diddy Kong Racing

Diddy Kong Racing

Mario Kart 64 was one of the biggest releases of 1997.  As the long awaited sequel to the original SNES game the move to 3d did wonders for its track design.  As great as it was it more fondly remembered...
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Chase H.Q.

Chase H.Q.

Sometimes the simplest ideas hit big.  Chase H.Q. is basically Outrun gussied up with a cops and robbers theme.  Except instead of pulling them over you instead ram into criminals to cause a fiery wreck that would kill the suspect...
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F-Zero

F-Zero

For as much as I like racing games I will admit that most of the 8-bit titles in the genre did nothing for me.  There were valiant attempts that were fun like R.C. Pro Am and Micro Machines but the...
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Wave Race 64

Wave Race 64

Every new console has one or two titles designed to showcase the new hardware.  The NES had Super Mario Brothers, the PlayStation 2 had Tekken Tag Tournament and the GameCube had Rogue Squadron 2.  Even Altered Beast, as much as...
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Super Off Road – The Baja

Super Off Road – The Baja

Out of all the genres that were active during the 16-bit era racing games are perhaps the hardest to revisit.  Polygons finally allowed developers to create the kinds of engaging twists and turns they had always dreamed of, leaving scaling...
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