ESRB Rating: K-A (Kids to Adults)
Rumble Pack and Controller Pack Compatible
Performance points: 7
Extreme-G is your average racing game, just the fact that you get to shoot with high-tech lasers and proximity bombs, and other miscellaneous weapons. This game has over 10 cars (2 secret cars), or should I say hovercraft, each of them having their own unique abilities/disabilities. There are over 15 racetracks, 4 of which you can play multiplayer on or kill each other or just race on the normal tracks. You get to choose from 4 different difficulties, each of them allow you to get a certain amount of racetracks.
This game is boring at first but after a while (mainly using cheats) it gets more interesting because you find out something different each time. For instance, you ride through a track, then the next time you play a bomb or another guy runs into you and you get pushed into a secret, trust me, it happened to me. And this game can be quite annoying at times, due to the fact that your enemies keep on attacking you and beating you up, but that's besides the point. It is also easy on some levels, mainly the beginning, but the last 2 or 3 levels are extremely hard, I'm talking falling of the edge repeatedly annoyingly hard.
To rap it up, I'm giving Extreme-G a performance level of 7, due to that fact of the way it's put together and some of the things listed above. But the graphics and such equal out to a 7.
This Article was written by Charlie Humes (firstname.lastname@example.org).