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Wipeout 64

$6.99

#n64gm096 - Developed by Psygnosis Limited and Published by Midway, "WipeOut 64" was released for the Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N64) in November of 1998. This game is a port hybrid/sequel of the two previous Sony PlayStation hit titles, WipeOut and WipeOut XL. It is a 1st and 3rd-person perspective futuristic action anti-gravity, hover racing game that takes place after WipeOut XL in 2098. The game scenario is that players race against each other while controlling hovercrafts and using weapons to damage the opponents' vehicles. Watch out for the jumps and hairpin curves as you fight to be the best racer and finish in first. Your mission is to stay in the lead, defend your craft against all other pilots, and stay alive in doing so. The game features 5 racing teams (each with a different special weapon), 6 slick and superbly designed tracks and up to 15 hovercraft in a race. Wipeout features a great collection of weaponry (15 diverse weapons in all) including power-ups like missiles, mines and turbo drives. The main differences between Wipeout 64 and the Playstation versions, is that Wipeout 64 features new weapons, the advancement of split-screen multiplayer gameplay where up to four players can play together, Challenge mode, and the Piranha craft is now fully capable of using weapons. The challenge mode includes Race, Time Trial, Weapon, and Super Combo Challenges. The 3D rendered graphics in Wipeout 64 are very impressive for the Nintendo 64 platform, the sound effects are clear and detailed and the soundtrack (by Fluke and the Propellerheads) is simply fantastic. The gameplay is fluid and takes the art of battle and racing to a different level. I love this game and place it in the category of a fun masterpiece suitable for the whole family. Pre-owned - Includes Game Only - UPC: 031719198221 - ESRB Rating "E" for Everyone - Controller pak and Rumble pak compatible - Rarity Rating C - Wipeout 64 review by NES Gamer

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