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The Making Of: Metropolis Street Racer

EDGE - Metropolis Street Racer began in 1997, with a plop. Or maybe a ‘yoink’, or whatever’s the most suitable sound effect for a PlayStation power lead being pulled from the back of the console. “Kats [Sato, Sega’s producer on MSR] was given the task of finding out who was developing Formula 1 for Sony. So, at the ECTS, he pulled out the power cable so he could see the start-up credits,” explains Martyn Chudley, former managing director of the now defunct Bizarre Creations. (Metropolis Street Racer, Retro)

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