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Overview

Everyone knows the shortest distance between two points is a straight line... especially when you go over, under or through anything in your way! Drive recklessly through a cuty without having any regard for the traffic laws or other vehicles. Whit knuckle it through the streets of San Francisco in Super Runabout, the ultimate go-anywhere driving game for the Sega Dreamcast. Drive anywhere you want through parks, buidings, garages and more... just don't let silly things like traffic laws get in the way of a little fun.

Save up your money and practice those driving skills because Super Runabout is on it's way to a store near you.. Well here is your chance to fill that need for reckless driving in Super Runabout.

Features

  • Drive Anywhere!!- Super Runabout allows players to drive virtually anywhere throughout a fully detailed model of San Francisco. No racetracks here....drive over, under or through anything in your way.

  • 25+ Mayhem Inducing Vehicles!!- plow through obstacles in the tanks, fly over hills on the motorcycle or keep it low and fast in the formula 1 racer. Every vehicle has unique handling charateristics and may be better suited to certain missions.

  • 16 Crazy Missions!!- The variety of missions and scenarios keeps things fresh in Super Runabout. Pick up bombs, race down the coast or play as the cops and bust some gangs members.

  • Rack up the $$ in Destruction- Everything you destroy racks up the money. Crash into trolley cars, take out mailboxes, drive through hotel lobbies and take out delivery trucks. The city is your playground.

  • Cutting Edge Graphics- By harnessing the power of the Dreamcast, Super Runabout offers crisp graphics, minimal draw-in and a blazing fast frame-rate.

Release Date: 8/31/00

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