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Star Wars Pod Racing n64 anyone?

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Star Wars Pod Racing n64 anyone?

creampai's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 05:14 AM | #1
Who played Star wars pod racing for n64? such a godly game. Fast paced awsomeness.

Granyala's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 05:15 AM | #2
I did... I think I was in 4th grade or so at the time. awesome game, loved it
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HerrFett's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 05:15 AM | #3
I want pod racing in this game so bad.

creampai's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 05:53 AM | #4
Bring it back please!

XcSDeadDeer's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 11:25 AM | #5
Still got it, alongside the second one for the Ps2. I had so much fun destroying other podracers

Ragnab's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 11:29 AM | #6
Ha! I used to love this game. Perhaps i should search for a ROM...
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ricofico's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 12:09 PM | #7
Would you believe it had a STORY line too!

I was all about it!
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Haajib's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 04:53 PM | #8
i was like 7 when i got it, and i did not know english back then but i enjoyed it and played it so much that the controllstick for my N64 broke

lorienthyll's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 05:22 PM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by HerrFett View Post
I want pod racing in this game so bad.
this ^

BradTheImpaler's Avatar

12.26.2011 , 05:22 PM | #10
Loved it/still have it. I almost want to play it again now, but I've always been awful at racing games.
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