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  1. #11
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    I thought it was a good game, too bad it was underrated.

    While it was a good game, it doesn't feel anything like a Wipeout visual wise. I donno, there wasn't that spark that WOXL had.

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    Well it felt like one to me since it was my first owned WO game. But yeah, it did play differently from 2097. I'm pissed I lost my copy of the game though.

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    Wipeout64 was my first Wipeout and I loved it, even if the difficulty got a bit too much for me after a time. However I now have this on emulator and it works just fine, so I may try to complete it this time!

    I loved my 64, still got it somewhere.

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    I just did two player on this game with a mate of mine, late yesterday. A real real real downgrade graphics wise playing this, but it was fun. I recon the frame rate in two player in Wipeout 64 is more fps than HD. It was smooth, but that was it. And someone tell me whats so super about the PiranhaII, weapon? It is as useless as the concept of daylight savings.

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    Kigo, try flying -through- another ship on the track when you engage PiranhaII's special weapon

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    It was probably my favourite of the WipeOut games, since it seemed to do everything right. Great soundtrack, a VERY speedy game, and it balanced all of the ship elements exactly right. One quite speedy speedy one, one very manouverable one, one very speedy one, and one all rounder. (And one excellent at everything). My favourite track was Quoron IV, or Macheon II due to the excitement and turns on them

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    never played any wipout after WoSE till woHD came out, how does the controller and airbrakes work... that was my issue with the psp versions.

    p.s. Go get him Infoxicated!

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    Well i have just bought wipeout 64 for a fiver and a n64 with 4 random games for 25 quid. hopefully i like wipeout 64 as i have just read a few reviews and it only got like 6 or 7s out of 10. Normally dont take much notice of reviews but they were a bit legit back then.

    so i got both parcels today, im in love xD. the steering is precise, i can tell even though the controller stick is kinda unstable, worn out, gutted to find out i need to buy mempack
    Last edited by brainbeat; 25th February 2010 at 05:13 PM.

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    Damn! I sold mine just some weeks before! After reading here it has something to do with the contacts of the game module causing it to freeze. Mine always froze every 1-2 races, so i never played it. Now i have to look out for a us-version for my ntsc-console.

    @brainbeat: ah, almost forgot. Can you, were you live get fresh controlsticks from nintendo itself? It was possible here. There easely switched, if you want a new one.
    Last edited by Mnemonic; 17th June 2010 at 07:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainbeat View Post
    Well i have just bought wipeout 64 for a fiver and a n64 with 4 random games for 25 quid. hopefully i like wipeout 64 as i have just read a few reviews and it only got like 6 or 7s out of 10. Normally dont take much notice of reviews but they were a bit legit back then.

    so i got both parcels today, im in love xD. the steering is precise, i can tell even though the controller stick is kinda unstable, worn out, gutted to find out i need to buy mempack
    Google "n64 replacement joystick" or something similar and you can often find places that sell the analog stick mechanism. It's a quick swap-job and you're good as new.

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