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Taking a different approach to game development, Majesco has released a carbon copy F-Zero racing game called Hypersonic Xtreme.
You may remember this as Killer Loop when it come out for the PlayStation several months ago.
The grand daddy of them all, I've been waiting a while for this one, and even with a few flaws, it was worth it.
MegaRace takes place on a futuristic virtual racetrack and features 15 different tracks spread over five stunning worlds with state-of-the-art 3-D rendered graphics and digitized animation.
Ah, gameplay, what a beautiful word. And in this game, it's simple, but fun. You've got a high speed anti-grav racing game that lets you pilot an advanced craft around a futuristic racing track, all the while with electronic and trance music playin..
WipeOut XL for the PlayStation seems to be a close re-creation of the original with new and updated tracks.
Megarace 2 is apparently a racing game where you can play alone or against a friend on tracks that will lift you up into the highest peaks of the skies.
Powerslide is set 20 years in the future; of course the earth is devastated, reminiscent of a Mad Max movie.
The game offers several different modes of play, including: Arcade, ATV Academy (Training), Challenge, Time Trial, Career, Single Race, and Freestyle where you can practice your stunts in an indoor arena.
When I play racing games, I ask only that they let me race without serious obstruction.
The first thing that strikes you is this games appearance. A truly 3d racing title, each and every part of the game appears to be rendered with a hand drawn cartoon feel.
It's been 13 years since Nintedo created the future racer genre with its release of F-Zero and time sure has changed a lot.
Vehicular combat games are all the rage on the PlayStation, so it's not surprising that we're seeing even more of them.
You might ask: "With Crash Team Racing on the market, do I really need another cartoony racing game?"
It's the future, and the lust for blood that lurks beneath western civilization's thin veneer of humanity has risen and boiled over.
If the thought of soaring through futuristic racetracks, treacherous landscapes, and winding corkscrews at supersonic speeds gets your heart pumpin'...
Somewhere in the near future, humans must battle against a force unlike any other. They call themselves the Duvo, a race that evolved below the Earth's surface, waiting until the time was right to strike against those who dwell above.
I've been over vehicular-combat games for a while now.
Could this game be something new? Something cutting edge? Action as we have never seen before on the Playstation?
Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe is a future sports title that appeared on the Amiga back in 1990.
Starwinder is an original game concept, which takes features from both role-playing and racing.
This is a unique game set in a 3-D cube. The players must race against each other to obtain control of a crystal.
If you are the type of gamer who feels that racing on the backs of giant bugs is something you need in a title.
HyperZone is a shooter game for the Super NES. It was one of the first to be released for the console, and is notably one of the few "rail shooter" type games available.
Take Micro Machines V3, take out the cars and put in weird-looking little people and hey, presto!
This is a space flying shooter. The weapon improves during the flight, the bosses are also available.
You're almost forced to take a fast character your first time out, lest you face utter defeat at the hands of superior foes.
Hi-Octane is a racer similar to Wipeout. You can pilot one of six hovercrafts in series of races that take place in a variety of climates.
Have you ever noticed that video games spend a lot of time in the future? From stellar empires fraught with war to utopias where gaming is the be-all and end-all of daily life, video games show us what the future might be like.
The first thing you’ll notice are the controls. Extremely unusual for a racing game, these controls respond the same way a normal fighter craft would -- which means they are extremely hard to control.
With wacky penguin-like creatures competing in off-the-wall triathlon-style races and over-the-top animations, TriIcelon is a game that is sure to appeal to kids as well as the kid in every adult.
Looking for that action-intense sporting title with a cutting edge that other titles have been afraid to touch? League of Pain is your game.