Today we are with you with the fourth part of the series of articles related to jet ski video games. If you wish, you can read the previous three articles from the following links:

In the following, we want to explain the other two games to you. Stay with us.

Wave Race 64

Platform: Nintendo 64

As we mentioned at the beginning of these series, Wave Race 64 was released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64 console and was able to gain a lot of fans. Nintendo took a big risk with Wave Race, because in 1996 the release of a 3D racing game with realistic water graphics and physics was not something to be found everywhere, so gamers’ feedback on it was in an aura of It was ambiguous. Nintendo did its best in all areas of Wave Race 64 development. Graphics, gameplay, music, space, route design, challenging speaker and trick system were all at their peak, making the game one of the most memorable jet skiing titles. The ability to play 2-player in split-screen mode was one of the best features of Wave Race 64, which was a lot of fun and excitement, but still the single-player stages of the game were fun and engaging enough. Overall, Wave 64 is a memorable and great game that is definitely worth a try.

Riptide GP: Renegade

Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Android, iOS

Riptide GP: Renegade is almost better than Riptide GP2 in almost every way, but it still can’t be called a complete game. What stands out most about the Riptide Renegade is the incredible design of the tracks and the crazy moves that can be made during the race. The variety of moves you can do in jet skiing in Riptide Renegade is huge compared to any other game in the series. The paths are designed in a forward-looking and modern way and you will face many challenges such as big jumps, high jumps, etc. Among the negative points of Riptide Renegade are the unattractive music, the lack of a speaker and the lack of characterization of the characters. Overall, Riptide GP: Renegade is the best jet ski game available in the current generation of game consoles.

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