[Nintendo 64] Razor Freestyle Scooter

Razor Freestyle Scooter
Full nameRazor Freestyle Scooter
File size6.6MB
Genre Sports
Region USA USA
Console Nintendo 64 (Download Emulator)

The development progress

Razor Freestyle Scooter is a unique sport game, which brings gamers great adventure challenges on the street. Under the development of Shaba Games, this game was first available for the PlayStation platform on December 11, 2000 in the North American region and on March 30, 2001 in the European region. Besides, many other game makers have developed this game on many other platforms: Crawfish Interactive is responsible for the design for Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance. For Sega Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 versions, it was available by Titanium Studios. With Game Boy Color, Razor Freestyle Scooter was released in June 2001 for both North American and European markets. Game Boy Advance was on November for North America and December for Europe, in 2001. Nintendo 64 was published only in North America on November 27, 2001. Finally, the version for Dreamcast was available on August 8, 2001 in North America and in Europe on April 26, 2002. In addition, this game was also provided by two separate manufacturers, Crave Entertainment (North America) and Ubisoft (Europe). Today, we would like to provide you with the version on Nintendo 64 platform.

The game content

Unlike many other adventure games, players will not use the BMX Bikes to race. Instead, they will be using simple Scooter. Razor Freestyle Scooter will offer many challenges and different competitions. The objective of the players is to perform well the tricks of moving or tumbling to get high scores. In this game, there are 45 tricks to discover and perform.

How to play

The challenge system has each different level and each will require performing many different tricks. Therefore, players have to have agile control to perform exactly the required tricks. Besides, doing well the tricks will bring high score points and create outstanding achievements. However, each level will have a limited time to perform the task. In addition, players who want to accumulate bonus points, can collect more items on the way.

The graphics

About the visuals, the Nintendo 64 version provides a nice picture quality for gamers to experience. In which, the camera system has a good design to bring players many beautiful views during the game.

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