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    Sega Super GT

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released December 1996

    Sega Super GT is an arcade racing game that has a strong emphasis on drifting

    Short summary describing this game.

    Sega Super GT last edited by CoolDrMoney on 10/01/21 07:53PM View full history

    Released in 1996, Sega Super GT, or SCUD (Sports Car Ultimate Drive) Race as it's known outside of America, is the first driving title to use the Sega Model 3 hardware. Four cars are selectable- the Porsche 911 GT2 (easy), Ferrari F40 (intermediate), Dodge Viper GTS-R (advanced), and the McLaren F1 GTR (expert). Four courses are selectable- Dolphin Cove (beginner), airport (beginner), ancient ruins (advanced), and Rome (expert).

    Driving mechanics are like Ridge Racer, with a bigger focus on drifting than in Daytona USA. Driving on the edge of control is key to getting good lap times and winning. As with Daytona, four viewpoints are selectable- bumper, in-car, behind the car, and behind the car with a higher angle of vision. Up to eight players can play at once.


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