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Platform: Sega Dreamcast
Category: Racing
Ship Date: Summer 2000

Description:
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drive some of the world's most prestigious convertible cars around some of the world's best known cities? With no speed limit, no cops, no problem? Well, wonder no more, because "Metropolis Street Racer (MSR)" for Sega Dreamcast is about to hit the streets - quite literally! Do you want to cruise around London's fashionable Leicester Square area? Or the hills of San Francisco's Pacific Heights? Or even Tokyo's neon-lit streets at night? It's all there, and it's all accurate! "MSR" enables players to race down real-life metropolitan streetways without ever having to worry about speeding tickets or pestering passengers! Cities are accurately recreated with rich 3D graphics - all linked to your real-time locale - and players will be completely immersed in realism - right down to the screeching sounds of tires! With a massive number of routes to race and show off your skills on, "MSR" is an immense driving challenge. "MSR" has a whole host of distinct gameplay challenges, including Hot Laps, Timed Runs, street Races, Street Championship, Head-to-Head, driving challenges, and more, to meet the needs of all racing fans. So start your engines, and let MSR deliver the thrill, pace, sights, and sounds of real street racing.

Key Features:

  • More than 200 different routes to race through in three well-known international cities: San Francisco, Tokyo, and London
  • More than 40 different licensed convertible cars from 14 manufacturers
  • Realistic cities created from more than 40,000 photographs and 40 hours of video footage to cover over 20 square miles of scenery!
  • Players can upload their performance in the Internet Challenge to be rated in online leagues
  • Cities are accurately recreated and displayed in amazing 3D graphics
  • Real-time racing and changing weather conditions affect car physics and road handling dynamics
  • Sync to actual "Real World Time" means gamers will race in each city at the correct time of day!
  • Authentic engine sounds are recorded from a wide range of racing cars delivering realistic sounds for each vehicle.
  • Musical scores vary for each city and include techo, dance, rock, jazz, and country songs
  • Race against the best and show the world your skills, in this massive driving challenge
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