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Submitted by TnS 2680d ago | trailer

Promotional video of Wangan Midnight

Genki is a studio well known for its Tokyo Xtreme Racer series, so it's a good news that they are in charge of the game version of the quite famous manga/animated series Wangan Midnight that depicts the same type of races. If you never heard about it, think Initial D (it even looks similar even if it's not the same mangaka) on Tokyo's highways. (PS3, Wangan Midnight)

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brianodom  +   2680d ago
they're going to go nuts in japan over this game
egyptian_diarrhea  +   2680d ago
title
it does reek of initial d...i love it =)
GamerMan  +   2680d ago
I want this game
I think this game would be great. An Initial D style game would be great. I hope it gets localized for the states, cause I would really enjoy this style of video game.
Kaneda  +   2680d ago
road textures
why is it so freaking ugly?
Mkdcoupe4  +   2677d ago
Cant wait for this game

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