Saturday, June 12th, 2021

Cruis’n Blast may appear on Nintendo Switch


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This Cruise This series was once regarded as Nintendo’s attempt to enter the lucrative arcade racing market. Ridge Racer, Beyond with Daytona, USA.

Released on the arcade in 1994, American Cruise This is the first product in the series, designed to showcase the powerful features of Nintendo 64, and has achieved commercial success, but the home version was finally disappointing when it came out two years later.But this hasn’t stopped the game from producing several sequels. The most recent sequel is Cruise’s shock, It entered the mall in 2017.

It seems that the game has now entered the console, because the rating of the game has been submitted to the console on May 19 Australian Classification Council.Although no format is mentioned, the fact that Nintendo owns the series should Indicates that the Switch will perform an action.

The original Cruis’n USA was developed by the legendary Eugene Jarvis for Midway Games, a joint venture between Williams (owner of Midway) and Nintendo. Cruis’n Blast was developed by Raw Thrills, an arcade company Jarvis founded in 2001 under the license of Nintendo.