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Genre: Action Oriented Racing
Platforms: PS2, PSP
Players: 1-2 players split screen, 1-4 online
Developer: Eutechnyx
Release Date: June 2006

Game Description:

Inspired by the events of Universal Pictures' upcoming film, The Fast & The Furious:
Tokyo Drift, this game will immerse players in the underground world of drift racing.
Set in a world related to, yet separate from, the movie, the game features a ground
breaking drift mechanic that makes drifting accessible to both beginning and veteran
racing game drivers. Gameplay features revolutionary new systems like the Drift
Indicator that make The Fast & The Furious the most accessible yet realistic drift
game ever!

Perched at the forefront of the drift racing phenomenon, the video game combines
ground breaking gameplay mechanics with unprecedented speed and authentic
underground cool, positioning this game as the must-have racing title of Summer
2006.

Features:

Revolutionary Drift Model: The first game to create an authentic, drift model
system that is fun and approachable for players of all skill levels. Turn on the
assists and feel like a pro, or turn them off and hone your drift skills.

An entirely authentic Drift racing experience: Focusing on the “next big thing”
in underground street racing this video game utilizes Universal’s extensive sound
library, an incredible context based camera code, a revolutionary context based
rumble system that gives players the feeling of driving city streets at break neck
speeds like no other.

Total Immersion: Immerse yourself in the world of the game. 10,000+ polygon
model cars, cinematic camera angles straight from the movie, unique boss
challenges, stunning visuals and over 100 JDM Tuner, Classic Muscle and
Concept cars makes this the best looking, best playing racing game on PS2 and
PSP.

Robust customization options: Enhance the feeling of being part of the
underground street racing world. Tune your ride with a hundred licensed wheels,
and over 300 body kits from real JDM companies. Tune your ride like never before
from performance to appearance and for the first time on PS2 and PSP swap out
your engine to truly push the limits of your vehicle.

Based on the blockbuster film franchise, The Fast and the Furious: Is a
nitrous-fueled drift racing game that captures the style, speed, and attitude of the
underground street racing phenomenon.

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