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85
Really, between the two versions of Razor Freestyle Scooter, it's a no-brainer to buy this new game if you have both consoles. It looks better, plays smoother and that's a big plus in my book. Gamers who tried the PS version won't find any reason to also buy this one, mainly because nothing significant seems to have changed. But, with sharper graphics, I like the game even more and appreciate the place it holds as either 'Tony Hawk on a budget' or just a good training ground for apprentice Extreme gamers everywhere.
75
GameSpy (Oct 01, 2001)
While I enjoy playing Razor Freestyle Scooter and am more than glad to see it in my Dreamcast collection, I really don't see me pulling it out to play as often as I'd like thanks mainly to a complete lack of levels. Razor Freestyle Scooter is a very good game, a solid game, but doesn't do enough to push it past simply being a distant "kiddie" Tony Hawk. Still, it's well worth the $20 it costs, and I do hope to see this expand as a franchise on other systems where it could hopefully reach its potential.
75
Planet Dreamcast (Oct 01, 2001)
While I enjoy playing Razor Freestyle Scooter and am more than glad to see it in my Dreamcast collection, I really don't see me pulling it out to play as often as I'd like thanks mainly to a complete lack of levels. Razor Freestyle Scooter is a very good game, a solid game, but doesn't do enough to push it past simply being a distant "kiddie" Tony Hawk. Still, it's well worth the $20 it costs, and I do hope to see this expand as a franchise on other systems where it could hopefully reach its potential.
63
GameSpot (Aug 10, 2001)
Seasoned fans of the freestyle sports genre will whip through Razor Freestyle Scooter in an afternoon, no questions asked. And it doesn't offer up any real variety in its challenges. Still, the game is a fun diversion, and it's worth a rental. Younger players who haven't already become accustomed to Hawk-like methods will get a lot more out of the game.
62
IGN (Aug 17, 2001)
Oh, I forgot to mention that there's one last part of the FMV credit sequence where the costumed rabbit goes to get his haircut (while reading an issue of Giant Robot even). Though strangely entertaining, it seems kind of out of place in a video game. That's also the case for Razor Freestyle Scooter. Coming out near the end of the Dreamcast after Tony Hawk and Dave Mirra have already made their mark, the game doesn't offer anything new to the genre and definitely doesn't offer anything - other than a comedic FMV sequence - Dreamcast gamers haven't seen... and better, for that matter. Like the humors credit screen I described earlier, it's kind of humorous at first, but it doesn't make any sense.
49
Defunct Games (May 01, 2004)
This game is hard to recommend with Tony Hawk on the market, but if you want something for your five year old brother, this is perfect ... well, better yet, just save your money for Tony Hawk 3.
42
Gaming Age (Aug 28, 2001)
Now that Dreamcast game prices are rapidly falling in price, the $20 price tag on Razor Freestyle Scooter isn't all that appealing compared to Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, a far superior title, which can be picked up for nearly the same amount. Dreamcast owners who won't have a machine that will play Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 when it arrives this fall might some enjoyment in Razor Freestyle Scooter, but otherwise, it is best to leave it to the kids.
25
Jeuxvideo.com (Mar 25, 2013)
Razor Freestyle Scooter est un jeu offrant bien trop peu de maps, surtout que les zones aériennes créées par le robot ne permettent pas de scorer. Ainsi il ne reste plus que le skate park, la cour d'école et les ruelles pour marquer des points. Graphiquement c'est fluide mais il n'y rien de bien transcendant pour l'époque. Notons en plus que cette version Dreamcast, pourtant sortie près de deux ans après, est encore plus moche que la version PSone... Le gameplay est quant à lui est agréable, mais extrêmement limité puisqu'il ne propose qu'un nombre restreint de figures différentes – un comble dans ce genre de productions. Au final, Razor Freestyle Scooter est un titre médiocre qui devient rapidement lassant.