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Cruis'n USA

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Cruis’n USA

Cruis’n USA is a Nintendo 64 arcade racing game. It was developed by Midway Games hence it was both published and distributed by Nintendo. The game was released in 1994. The Cruis’n USA series was created by video game developer Eugene Jarvis. Most of the games in the series feature a range of non-circuit tracks and also a wide selection of cars for each race. It is the first game in the Cruis’n series and it features variety of locations around the United States. The development for the …

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Cruis’n USA

Cruis’n USA is a Nintendo 64 arcade racing game. It was developed by Midway Games hence it was both published and distributed by Nintendo. The game was released in 1994. The Cruis’n USA series was created by video game developer Eugene Jarvis. Most of the games in the series feature a range of non-circuit tracks and also a wide selection of cars for each race. It is the first game in the Cruis’n series and it features variety of locations around the United States. The development for the Nintendo 64 version of Cruis’n USA game was announced in 1995.

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The race begins in San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge and it ends at the White House in Washington, D.C. The aim in this game is to outrun nine different cars in fourteen different levels. While racing, players have to do their best to avoid various road hazards such as oncoming traffic and construction. Players race down one-way courses consisting of streets which are not likely like a real-life locations. In the Nintendo 64 version, the first time the player plays all the levels are locked except for the U.S. Route 101. Along the way you can race in different difficulties to unlock new paint jobs and upgrades. In the game, the car mode can be chosen as either an automatic or manual transmission. Automatic increases the speed of gear shifts, while players using the manual transmission must switch during races. It is also featured with a music mode where players can change the music by pressing the music button. The Nintendo 64 version can save different accounts by using the Controller Pak. The Arcade and Nintendo 64 versions allow two players to race on each course or cruise the U.S.A.

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