Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune last edited by Nes on 09/19/18 01:37AM View full history


Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune (also known during testing in North America as "Wangan Midnight: Maxi Boost") is a street racing game developed by Polygon Magic and released by Namco for arcades (using Xbox-based Sega Chihiro hardware) on July 6, 2004.

The second game adaptation of the manga series Wangan Midnight, Maximum Tune uses a magnetic card system that allows players to keep track of their player data and vehicle stats. In addition to a Time Attack mode, the game features a Story mode that allows players to race against opponents from the manga to level-up and tune their vehicle.

In addition, the cabinet's twin-style two-player setup allows a second player to interrupt the other player's Story race (if they allow it) and challenge them to a head-to-head race, similar to fighting games.

Unlike Genki's entry in the series, Maximum Tune received numerous arcade sequels throughout the years.


The game features a variety of trance tracks by composer Yuzo Koshiro.

  1. Maximum Acceleration
  2. Stream Of Tears (More Tranced Remix)
  3. Feel the Passion
  4. Beyond The Horizon
  5. Fun-Loving Spirit
  6. Speed Fanatic
  7. Total Terror
  8. Driver's Delight
  9. Decoration for the Dement
  10. Atheist on the Highway
  11. Stream of Tears
  12. Acid Runner
  13. Destination Blackout
  14. Blue Blazes

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