Racing games. From Diddy Kong Racing, to Burnout,
to Sonic’s All-star RacingㅡSonic, you already run around at the speed of sound, why do you
need a car racing game, huh? We all love crossing that digital finish line so much that we decided
to compile our top 5 racing games that you probably haven’t heard of. Let’s get to it. [MUSIC] NUMBER FIVE! Number five on our list goes to Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls. Yes, you heard me say those words and I’ll say them again, Iggy’s…Reckin’…Balls! This is one of the
greatest racing games on the N64, period. It combines elements of 2D racing and 3D platforming
that makes for a unique experience to say the least. Players get to utilize classic
iconic characters like Iggy the Iguana, or Robert the…Robot, or Sunny…..the Sun… [MUSIC] Pressing B makes you lick the other characters. Your tongue sticks out, you grab the other players, and you fling them off of the course. Oh and if you fall off, naturally
a dragonfly comes, picks you up, and puts you back. I think I’ve sold this game. NUMBER FOUR! Not technically a racing game, more of a party game, is Rayman Arena. Rayman Arena
has a racing game in the game that you didn’t know you needed. This is the 3D platformer,
like Mario Galaxy, like Super Mario 64, but this is a race…to the finish…to the death!
Not really the death, but still pretty intense. You get to play as any character from the
Rayman universe. You get to play as Globox, Evil Globox, Rayman himself. You’ll like this
game because you get to shoot people, you get to swing on laser vines and…you get
to shoot people. NUMBER THREE! Number three on our list goes to Super Monkey Ball 2. What’s great about this racing game is that instead of racing as cars, you get to race as a ball. [MUSIC] This game answers the question: “Hey! What would it be like to race as Jake Gyllenhaal
as bubble boy in a gumball machine?” Every level is very unique. Some look like they’re
made of Lego, and some are kind of beachy. All in all, great game, and that’s why it’s
number three. NUMBER TWO! Number two on our list goes to Sonic Adventure 2 Battle. I would argue this is the best 3D Sonic game of all time. Wanna fight about it!? Oh wait, you
can’t! I’m in your computer! What’s great about this game is that it’s so simple. There’s
only about 8 levels you can play. And you would think that would get boring but it doesn’t.
Each time you play you might find a hidden shortcut that helps you get through the level
in a different way. Also, the better you get at collecting rings, the better you get at
Sonic Wind-ing and Chaos Spear-ing and Chaos Control-ing your friends until they stop becoming
your friends. *sigh* NUMBER ONE! Number one on our list goes to F-Zero GX. It’s your answer to: “What game is Captain Falcon from, anyway?” With 20 tracks and 30 characters, this game
has tons of content packed into that tiny disk. What’s more, this game is super challenging.
With those lightning fast controls and the fact that you can lose your HP and blow up?
You’ll see that this game is going to take tons of your time, but it’s super fun to master.
Trust me, if you haven’t heard of this game, give it a shot. [MUSIC] Hey guys! Thanks so
much for watching the video. Are there any other racing games that I didn’t mention that you’ve played that sound cool? Why not let us know in the comments below and we’ll give
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