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Developer: Square Co., Ltd.
Publisher: Square Electronic Arts L.L.C.
Format: Playstation 2
Genre: Driving
ESRB: E
Ship Date: January 30, 2001

A true driving simulation, Driving Emotion Type-S takes advantage of the power of the Playstation 2 computer entertainment system to bring you real-world physics, and realistically rendered cars and tracks.

Driving Emotion Type-S brings home the feel of real world racing by implementing a number of innovative features not found in typical racing games. Featuring a superior engine that accurately simulates the physics of driving. Driving Emotion Type-S renders every detail, including air, weight, gravity, and resistance, to give gamers the true feeling of driving at high speeds. To add even more realism to the game, Driving Emotion Type-S includes a new driving perspective that allows gamers to experience driving from behind the wheel. Featuring acccurately modeled interiorsand real, working gauges, this perspective truly showcases the driving experience like no other game can. From the tension of racing to the rush of high speeds, gamers will experience the true emotions of driving as if they're right in the driver's seat. Further enhancing this driving simulation, Square has garnered rights to licensed cars from a variety of manufactures, including exotic cars by Porsche and Ferrari.

Some features include:

  • Accurate physics engine correctly detects collisions, drafting, suspension techniques, acceleration, and handling.

  • Handling also comes in different trims, players can choose either normal mode or simulation mode depending upon how realistic they want the handling to be.
  • Accurate representation of real cars from manufacturers such as Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Subaru, porsche, and Ferrari.
    Realistic cockpit detail portrays the interior of real cars, even including driver movements.
  • Real Japanese race tracks, like the famous Suzuka and Tsukuba Circuits along with a bonus track found only in the U.S. version of Driving Emotion Type-S.
  • Multiple language options makes Driving Emotions Type-S accessible to a wide range of players.
  • Training mode featuring correct lines of curve entry and exit, as well as braking points, drawn directly on the race track.

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