Cruis’n Blast arrives on Change this September, a reality which is certain to revive curiosity within the long-running sequence of arcade racing video games.
The sequence started life in 1994 as an arcade title, which was then ported to the Nintendo 64 two years later. It was so commercially profitable that two arcade sequels adopted – Cruis’n World and Cruis’n Exotica – each of which had been additionally ported to the N64. Cruis’n Velocity arrived on the GBA in 2001, adopted by 2007’s Cruis’n on Wii.
Talking to us concerning the strategy of bringing Cruis’n Blast to Change, Jarvis talked about that he is mulling over the thought of remastering a number of the older titles within the sequence, particularly the three arcade video games:
We’ve been tossing round some concepts – one factor I’ve been tossing round is to remaster the basic arcade Cruis’n trilogy particularly for the Change, up-resing the content material to full HD and strong 60Hz body charge!
If Cruis’n Blast is profitable, then maybe we may see this come to fruition? Or perhaps Jarvis and his crew at Uncooked Thrills will look to create an all-new entry within the sequence? Tell us if you happen to’d be fascinated with seeing that occur by posting a remark under.