Ten Top Nintendo GameCube Racing Games



Here are ten top Nintendo GameCube racing games we would strongly recommend you play if you enjoy either Nintendo GameCube games or racing games in general.

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37 thoughts on “Ten Top Nintendo GameCube Racing Games

  1. I can't agree on this list. Double Dash pisses me off so much whenever I play it.
    As much as I laugh whenever the same bad fortune happens to my friend instead.
    Still good video.

  2. Graphic capabilities of the GameCube are apparently better than the Xbox! They obviously never pushed its capabilities!

  3. F Zero GX is a masterpiece imo. If you like that game, I'd definitely recommend Xtreme G 3. It's the only other GameCube game with the same sense of speed so I'm surprised it didn't get a spot on this list

  4. Dont even heard a lot of these titels but damn I love F-zero Gx. Its quite a challenge on hard or extreme. Thanks for the video and comment mate. Much love from Hannover, Germany

  5. Pro Rally has an 8.6 out of 10 for user reviews, however the only one you can see is a 10 out of 10 from some dude in 2003. That’s the only user review you can read.

  6. Honourable mentions:1080 Avalanche and Sonic Riders.

    1080 Avalanche was another great racer on the Gamecube. I know there's tons of snowboarding games to choose from, but for me, I love the sense of speed that game provides and how rewarding it is when you master the controls and dare to go through the more risky paths.

    Sonic Riders is debatable, as while there's some weird balancing issues and a lack of a sufficient tutorial, it can be tons of fun when you know what you're doing.

    Games I love on this list: Mario Kart: Double Dash and F-Zero GX.

    Double Dash was my first Mario Kart game, and while not my favourite, was a ton of fun, especially attempting co-op with friends.

    F-Zero GX is flat-out my favourite racing game, and imo, Amusement Vision's magnum opus. That's saying a lot, considering those developers' other works, but they just nailed it with GX, and created a worthy successor to X, better in every way imaginable.

    Games I didn't like on this list: Wave Race: Blue Storm.

    I don't have any problem with its placement really (especially considering I've only played half of what's on here) I just couldn't get into Blue Storm. As someone who loved Wave Race 64 and still enjoy it to this day, I didn't really like how its Gamecube sequel controlled by comparison. My favourite racer in 64, Miles Jester, didn't really have a suitable equivelant in Blue Storm, and while I get that the game went for a speedy approach this time round, I prefer the water physics of 64 and how you could use them to your advantage.

  7. Can someone confirm that R Racing Evol. in this video is being played in an emulator ? Because I have R.R.E. (I play it in Wii with component cable) and my graphics are plain crap compared to this video's graphics, actually in my Wii R.R.E. played in a FullHD TV looks a lot like a SEGA Saturn racing game because its graphics are terrible, I'm thoroughly impressed with this video's graphics.

  8. R racing evolution and Mario kart my favorite game of top
    But and gt4 and NFS hot pursuit 2?

  9. 10 – Automodelista

    9 – Wave race: Blue storm

    8 – Kirby Air ride

    7 – Pro Rally 2002

    6 – Nascar 2005 chase for the cup

    5 – Need for speed Underground

    4 – Burnout 2: Point of Impact

    3 – R Racing evolution

    2 – F Zero GX

    1 – Mario Kart Double Dash

  10. 1- mario kart double dash (much more fun and has a strong replay)
    2- wave race blue storms (the game has a soft but deep learning curve, it is also more hardcore than its version of n64)
    3- f-zero x (a hardcore game, but it is an easy game to get bored with)

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