Test Drive Cycles
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|Test Drive Cycles|
Cover art (Game Boy Color)
|Publisher(s)||Infogrames North America|
|Platform(s)||Game Boy Color|
|Release||Game Boy Color
Test Drive Cycles is a 2000 video game within the Test Drive video game series where the player drives motorcycles. Versions for consoles and PC were also going to be released alongside this version, but were cancelled.
The game has 24 tracks in 12 real world locations, with ramps to perform killer jumps.
There are 35 licensed motorcycles with multiple upgrade packages and color schemes. Vehicles are classified in Cruisers, Musclebikes, Sportbikes categories. such as the 1999 kawasaki ZX12 with 1200cc the fastest bike in the game so far.
Marc Nix of IGN rated the Game Boy Color version 4.0 (poor) for mediocre game play.
Versions were also developed for PlayStation, Dreamcast and PC, but these were cancelled in June 2000. The developer was Infogrames North America, the same team who worked on Test Drive Off-Road 3. with Infogrames publishing the game.
The PlayStation version was to include 30 licensed bikes, 12 tracks and DualShock controller support with the same applying to the Dreamcast version except for DualShock support. The Microsoft Windows version would also include hidden shortcuts.
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- Kujawa, Kraig, ed. (June 1999). "Test Drive Cycles". Previews. Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine. Vol. 2 no. 9. Ziff Davis. p. 50.
- Electronic Gaming Monthly. No. 122. September 1999. Missing or empty
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