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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

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

Excitebike series logo