Star Fox 64 and Mickey's Speedway USA - Megabit Highlights

Maxwell McGee dusts off his N64 for some Arwing action in Star Fox 64. Tom and Carolyn also take a look at a much forgotten racer by Rare: Mickey's Speedway USA.

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jamesosgd
jamesosgd

Yes! The outro is back.

Being a PC only gamer, I don't have many great console memories of old games like these; but I do remember playing some games like Star Fox, Mario Kart, Crash Bandicoot, and Mario 64 at friends' houses or at the dentist's waiting area.

However, I am lucky that I can play my personal 20-year old classics, as well as modern games, on the same hardware.

vanti
vanti

That GameSpot review of Mickey's Speedway USA was written by Shane Satterfield (former editor-in chief at GameTrailers btw) who gave it a 7.5


"With 20 tracks, four battle arenas, and a plenitude of hidden characters and cheats to unlock, Mickey's Speedway USA has enough substance to keep even the most dedicated kart racing fanatics coming back for more."

diego_corleone
diego_corleone

I wish i had my Nintendo 64, i miss so much the Rare games and the golden age of platformers. And why Nintendo doesn't release a new Star Fox?

I really want a new Banjo, Conker, Crash Bandicoot and Spyro, i know that the last two are not from N64, but you know what i mean.

Activision is a joke, look what they've done with these amazing franchises, and Rare nowadays is nothing compare to the "rare old times".

HIT3kNology
HIT3kNology

Still have Mickey's Speedway, but never played it! Was too busy with Mario Kart 64!

diego_corleone
diego_corleone

@HIT3kNology

I never played Mickey's Sppedway, looks fun. Mario Kart 64 is a classic, i also liked Diddy Kong Racing.