Razor Scooter announced for the Dreamcast

Crave announces that it will release its freestyle scooter game for the Sega Dreamcast.


Crave Entertainment has announced that it will release a Sega Dreamcast version of Razor Freestyle Scooter. The game is currently available for the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Sony PlayStation. In the game, players can perform tricks and collect tokens through large and unique levels. Players will be able to compete with up to nine riders and will have over 40 tricks available to them.

"Razor has proven to be an extremely popular franchise for us and we are pleased to be bringing it to the Dreamcast," said Holly Newman, executive vice president of Crave Entertainment. "The Dreamcast is still a great platform for the right product, and with the extremely affordable price and solid gameplay featuring Razor brand scooters, this is a great fit."

The game will carry a budget price of $19.99. Further basic information on the game can be found in the game's PlayStation gamespace .

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