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Excitebike 64

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Excitebike 64
エキサイトバイク64
Excitebike 64 NA box.png
Developer(s): Left Field
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64
Category: Racing
Players: (Unknown)
Predecessor: Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium
Successor: Excitebike-e
Copyrights: ©2000 Nintendo
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

April 30, 2000

Japan:

June 23, 2000

Europe:

June 8, 2001

Australia:

(Unknown)

S. Korea:

(Unknown)

China:

(Unknown)

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Excitebike 64 is a Nintendo 64 game in the Excitebike series.

Gameplay[edit]

Unlike the original game Excitebike, it features 3D races, with the bikers facing the north. Gameplay is otherwise similar to the original game. There are a variety of different cups, and 3D recreations of tracks from the original game. It is also possible to unlock an emulation of Excitebike.[1]

References[edit]

Excitebike series logo