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Submitted by ValKilmer 375d ago | article

Graveyard: SEGA Touring Car Championship

Hardcore Gamer: Before he was creating artistically charged rhythm video games like Child of Eden, Tetsuya Mizuguchi rise to fame during the Nineties was because of his masterfully crafted and groundbreaking racer, SEGA Rally Championship. Mechanically speaking, the game is only a mere molecule short of objective perfection even to this every day. The driving model is so ingeniously designed that no one has ever replicated it since. SEGA Rally Championship is like Mona Lisa; you can’t take anything away nor can you add anything to it. Its Saturn port was among the most acclaimed releases at the time, and is still worth checking out. Of course, such a pivotal release would no doubt have been a tough act to follow, so within that same gaming generation Mizuguchi ambitiously devised another arcade racer: SEGA Touring Car Championship. (Retro)

ValKilmer  +   375d ago
God this game is so fun. Who needs realistic looking cars when you have such an awesome soundtrack?

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