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 ESPN Extreme Games

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ESPN 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.

1Xtreme is a greatest-hits re-release of the PlayStation launch title ESPN Extreme Games without the ESPN license. While players can still choose from five courses in San Francisco, Utah, Lake Tahoe, Italy, and South America, they no longer have the option to watch a video clip of Suzy Kolber as she offers words of encouragement or criticism in between races.

The rest of the game is structured the same as 1995's release, with the action played from a third-person perspective as players embark on a 12-race season using street luges, inline skates, mountain bikes, and skateboards. Players can punch and kick their competition to gain an edge, or race against a friend on a split screen.

- Choose from street luges, inline skates, mountain bikes, and skateboards
- Compete on five international courses
- Punch or kick your rivals to improve your chances of winning

  Manufacturer's description:

Insane sports for an extreme generation!

Rip up courses on in-line skates, shoot for max speed on the street luge, pull serious air on the skateboard, and shred courses on the mountain bike.

Get ready to PUNCH and KICK your way through an entire season of Extreme competition. Battle radical opponents on the most treacherous terrain found on the face of the earth.

This is ESPN's Extreme Games. No Kooks allowed!

Hard Core Features:
Charge six different banzai courses covering San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, South American, Italy, Utah and The Money Level.
4 levels of difficulty from beginner to EXTREME.
2 player split screen racing action.
Catch epic air off ramps, launch over cable cars and discover hidden zones for the ultimate victory.


  • Third person perspective.
  • 3D graphics
  • Cartoon graphics
  • Extreme Sports theme.