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- 16 challenging courses, including 12 Dreamcast exclusives (arcade version has four courses).
- 19 car types, including 11 Dreamcast exclusives, each with unique handling.
- Four play modes, including Time Attack mode, Arcade mode, Ten Year Championship mode, and Versus mode.
- Split-screen racing allows two racers to play simultaneously.
- Fully customizable vehicles -- change tires, suspension, and steering to adjust to road conditions and time of day.
|Release Date||Jan 28, 1999|
||(4 out of 5)|
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It may not be the best racing game,
but it should be one of your favorite racing game in all the time,amazing graphic presentation,at least in last time.
This game is not perfect without the arcade cabinet, but nevertheless, it is fun game. If you have ever played the arcade Inital D, the playing mechanics will feel very familiar because it was made by the same development team.
In order to fully enjoy this game, try to get your hands on a good racing wheel such Thrust Master's Enzo Ferrari or Act-Labs' RS Systems both of which were unfortunately discontinued with the demise of the Dreamcast.
Playing with the joypad is fun but lack the immersive experience.
I have hammered the Sega Saturn version, so maybe that's why I didn't like the new version on Dreamcast. It was the first game I bought, alongside my Dreamcast when it came out in October 1999. I didn't play it a lot back then and I doubt I'll ever touch it again? I found it to be disappointing.
Don't let my view put you off though. At the price Play-Asia are offering this game, it's a really good deal. My problem is I'm in love with the Saturn version too much, and didn't get what I wanted from this game. If you're into Dreamcast and didn't play the Saturn version, then this is definately worth a try.
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