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First Details About Sega's New Arcade Racer

Sega Nerds writes: "After developing the stellar Outrun 2, AM2 now tries to create a new racing IP, called R-Tuned: Ultimate Street Racing. That sure is a mouthful, maybe Japanese people like long names or a mouthful.

Before a start of a race you will be able to choose your neon lights and car of choice. Every street racer knows that neon lights are the most important thing about street racing. The demo version of the game had real time locations, these include the streets of Shinjuku, Shibuya, Hong-Kong, and New York."

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Pizza The Hut3733d ago (Edited 3733d ago )

I personally thought it would have died off a long time ago as consoles have pretty much surpassed it in every way possible...but surprisingly it has found a way to stick around against all odds

mistertwoturbo3733d ago (Edited 3733d ago )

Well, it survives because people still go to places that happen to have arcades as well. I don't think it's going anywhere. Look at places like Dave and Busters which has all those arcade games. Sometimes it's fun to go to a local place like that, get drunk, and have some fun playing all those games together.

Yeah you can do the same with a home console, but obviously it's just not the same kind of social environment.

InMyOpinion3733d ago

I kind of miss the Arcade days. The best games felt more exclusive back then, not only in a good way but.