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Vs. Excitebike (Famicom)

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Vs. Excitebike
Vs Excitebike box.png
Developer(s): Nintendo
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Famicom Disk System
Category: Racing
Players: (Unknown)
Predecessor: Vs. Excitebike (Arcade)
Successor: Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium
Release dates
N. America: May 15, 2019 (Nintendo Switch Online)[1]
Japan: December 9, 1988
Europe: 2019[?] (Nintendo Switch Online)

Vs. Excitebike is a game for the Famicom Disk System. It was originally exclusive to Japan, however, in 2019 it was released outside of Japan for the first time via Nintendo Switch Online. In Japan it is also available on the Wii U Nintendo eShop's Virtual Console.



VS. Excitebike – Fans love the Excitebike™ game for its frenetic races, high stakes and sweet jumps. With this game, you can take it to the next level with the Famicom™ disk version of VS. Excitebike – complete with two-player split screen. Create tracks from 20 classic Excitebike track parts, and go for a best time or take on friends. Racing is even more exciting when the rivalries are real. You can also try out the single-player mode in VS. Excitebike. It adds tracks, music and the ability to save your high score.


The game is an extension to the original Excitebike, which features new tracks and modes including tournament and multiplayer modes. It is possible to play a full version of the arcade version as well.[2]


Excitebike series logo