1980s busy, bustling city
80s Boulevard is an unlockable track in . It takes place in a 1980's busy, bustling city covered in references to various Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity Sega franchises around that period and their successors.
The track starts in a street whose design is similar to
Times Square in New York. As the player progresses throughout the course, the track then branches into a four-way crossing crowded with buses (which can be used to induce Meteor Bursts while using Gravity Dive). It then transitions to a subway station where one can either take the opportunity to ride on top of a subway train or take the stairs, where Grind Sections are located.
Find the shortest route and reach the goal within 1 minute!
Reach the goal with at least 125
Normal: 125-149 Rings
Super: 150-174 Rings
Extreme: 175 or more Rings
Score at least 15 points by performing cool
Normal: 15-18 points
Super: 19-25 points
Extreme: 26 or more points
Perform at least 5
grinds before reaching the goal!
Normal: 5-6 grinds
Super: 7-8 grinds
Extreme: 9 or more grinds
Earn 600 points performing gravity dives as you do one lap around the course!
Normal: 600-799 points
Super: 800-899 points
Extreme: 900 or more points
Chase the runaway car and destroy it within 50 seconds!
gravity action to smash at least 28 cars!
Normal: 28-33 points
Super: 34-39 points
Extreme: 40 or more points
References to Sega games
There are many references to Sega's various game franchises and even Sega itself, which include:
Samba de Amigo
Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg
Sonic the Hedgehog
Alex Kidd Other Sega characters and games during that period
The track also includes references to consoles themselves, which include:
The traffic on this track grant the lowest amount of GP when meteor bursted. When GP is set to "High", they usually only give around 30 GP.
If one happens to run out of gravity points while on top of the moving subway train, the train moves, but the player does not.
Above the giant claw machine, after the four-way intersection, you can find
Sonic Channel artwork of Sonic. The underground subway is called
"Sonic Station" if you look at the signs in the subway tunnel. One of the missions has
Knuckles chasing after a runaway taxi cab. This is most likely a reference to Crazy Taxi. A hundred Ring Capsule is located on the wall running section, after the first ramp.
In a certain barricaded alley (a path reachable using a Bike or Wheel Gear), several posters showing Dr. Eggman and Elise from can be found. Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
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