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Reviewed by Bob F. Looking over Nintendo 64 games these days (fog, blurry graphics, bad sound, etc.) I decided to rent this title before buying. I went to my favorite video game rental store the day of release And played the rental copy to "test the waters". Needless to say I walked out of the store about 5 minutes later with my own copy. The game is put together very well with nicely detailed graphics, and hey, the music is actually pretty cool too! So here is the lowdown. Sound: I was expecting the worst, and was very surprised to here the nice techno-beat of Extreme-G. It reminded me of a title I played to death on the Playstation called "Wipeout". The quality is good and sounds clear. The sound of the bikes themselves had me drueling as I accelerated and slowed down around sharp corners. Hmmm does anyone remember the sound the bikes made on the movie TRON? That's what they can compared to. And ohhhh the sound when those others pass you. Graphics: The graphics are very well done, from the intro to the game Play itself. I had read reviews from magazine critics saying they were "blurry" and that there was too much "Pop-Up". Let me assure you, the graphics look great when they are flying by you, and the fog is almost un-noticeable. The effect is great, and actually got me a bit dizzy on a few of the final tracks. I feel with the Extreme speed of the game, one must expect a little pop-up and fog. Control: The controls in this game are nice and tight. The analog controls work very well with this game, as well as the button config. Rather than give you what each button does, let me just say that if you are not happy with the configuration of the buttons, you can always change them to your liking. Game Play: Game play is right on the money, and I can't tell you how glad I was to see more than 1 or 2 other players on the screen at once. (This was one of my gripes with Top Gear Rally) The computer racers are tough, but never unfair. I also found a very good number of tracks in this game, and the only seem to get better the further you get into the game. Multiple paths were also a nicely added touch, and I found myself exploring each of them to find which one was easiest and quickest. This game is a definite buy, and if you like really fast, multi-player racing games, then pick this one up! Oh! If you decide to use the cockpit view and play with all the lights out in the room, you might not want to play this game on a full stomach! Rating : 9 out of 10

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