DescriptionESPN Extreme Games
lets the player access three modes of play: Exhibition, New Season or a continuation of a season. Exhibition mode helps the player get to know the courses and equipment as well as get a feel for the controls. New season offers the player the chance to race against sixteen other competitors on any of the four racing machines competing for season points as well as money to upgrade equipment.
Choose between roller blades, a luge (basically a sit-down skateboard), a mountain bike, and the skateboard. The player can also determine which character they want to race with, each one having a unique skill on one of the apparatus. For example one might be top-notch at roller blading but be bad at bike-riding so there is no point choosing the bike with him/her. In a season, the player competes in the five locations - three times, twelve in all and each time the obstacles become more and more tricky to avoid as well as the other racers becoming faster and more agile.
The tracks are:
- Italy - Country roads leading down to a town area;
- Lake Tahoe - Twisting roads and strategically placed haystacks;
- South America - Lots of caves and thin jungle roads;
- San Francisco - Hundreds of obstacles and hills;
- Utah - Falling rocks, secret routes, and some hungry looking crocodiles.
- "ESPN Street Games" -- Japanese Title
- "1Xtreme" -- 1998 Greatest Hits re-release
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The Press Says
||Sep 05, 1995
||9.5 out of 10
|The Video Game Critic
||Jan 02, 2004
||4 out of 5
||73 out of 100
|PC Player (Germany)
||71 out of 100
||May 01, 1996
||6.8 out of 10
||3 out of 5
|PC Player (Brazil)
||Nov 21, 1996
||5 out of 10
|PC Games (Germany)
||28 out of 100
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In the first run of the game, a woman would appear on a monitor after every race, and berate you if you did any worse than second place. She was quite mean about it, too. She was removed from the Greatest Hits version.