"Psygnosis could've released a port / rehash but us Nintendo 64 gamers were treated to an exclusive: delivering the best of the franchise at that time. Seven tracks were people's negative but quality was important here ? mastering them on Phantom tested the pros; varied challenges kept the one-player interested. The signature soundtrack didn't disappoint; enhancing its futuristic feel. Not ground breaking but a delightful Wipeout."
User Reviews (3)
"Reminds me of f-zero x, but worse. I have no idea what is going on throughout this game, I just race and lose, race and lose, and race and lose. I felt that the racing was very bare bones and mediocre. If you're looking for a fast, exciting racing game on the n64, just get f-zero x. It has way better mechanics and courses."
"A curious case this. The seven tracks of the game where made from parts of tracks available on Playstation Wipeout entries, re-skinned and often reversed. The really good thing is the analogue control, at the time much better than the Playstation ones. PC Music delivered a very good soundtrack on the CD audio-less N64. What other console lets you play both Wipeout and F-Zero?"
"A bit of a remix of previous Playstation titles, analog control makes it the superior version and paved the way for gameplay improvements seen in later iterations. A great, thrilling ride marred only by limited cartridge size. Even still, they managed to fit three great licensed music tracks in. Who knew Fluke's haunting Goodnight Lover would make such compelling racing? Don't compare to F-Zero."
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