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If you're looking to race on an oval track out in the middle of an Iowa cornfield, CRUSI'N EXOTICA for the Nintendo 64 is not the game for you. On the other hand, if you're interested in getting behind the wheel of one of many exotic vehicles (like a souped-up hippie van, a 4X4, or a police cruiser) to cut loose on 60 of the most unbelievable tracks ever assembled, CRUSI'N EXOTICA will fit you like an Italian leather racing glove. Go it alone or get your pit crew together for Four-Player split-screen action.
Cruis'n Exotica (Nintendo 64, 2000)
$7.49 - $69.99
pros: Crazy locations, good level designs
cons: Pretty standard racer beside that fact
This game is so weird it makes my brain fuzzy. I most recall the Cruis' n games from the arcade, and... See Full Review
pros: Nice sense of speed; diverse racing environments; arcade controls; added game modes
cons: Choppy frame rate; a little too easy; bland cars; some crashes impossible to avoid
Cruis'n Exotica: Is it a Lexus... or a lemon?
Midway is well-known for trying to inject life into once-great franchises like NBA Jam, NFL Blitz, M... See Full Review
pros: The cars, everything
cons: Amy Dumas's stupid cheating, the stupid camera
This game is so cool.....
Nintendo 64: $99.00. Cruis'n Exotica game pak: $65.00. The look on Amy Dumas's face when I saw her c... See Full Review
pros: It looks good
cons: You won't play this one for long
Dinosaurs, Aliens, and Fish, oh my!(Magus6662000)
Ok here's the deal recently me and my cousin took this little racer out for a test drive. I p... See Full Review
pros: Fast-paced arcade racing action, and fans will buy that!
cons: Too many shortcomings of the arcade version, too many missing cars, and landscapes
This sequel proves the series is still the same, good or bad
Cruis'n Exotica is finally here, Midway's third coming "mindless racer" from the arcades. Midway and... See Full Review