Andretti Racing

Andretti Racing

EA takes over the Andretti Racing duties for the PlayStation with 2 Player Split-Screen and 4 Player Link Cable Gaming

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Genre:
Racing Simulation
CDs: 1
(?? Megs)
Players:
1 to 4 Players
ESRB: Kids to Adults
No Descriptors
Publisher:
EA Sports
Retail Barcode:
0 14633 07439 0
Memory:
1 Block
Developer:
Stormfront Studios
Sony ID:
SLUS-00264
Accessories:
Link Cable, Analog Joystick
Released:
September 17, 1996
PSRM:
003430

“Andretti Racing is the MOST REALISTIC AND EXCITING racing game on the PlayStation!”  -PSExtreme magazine

  • Split screen action: Split the Screen and Go at it head-to-head
  • Indy Car Circuit: Rocket Through the pack in an Indy Car
  • Stock Car Series: Tradin’ paint in a bruising stock car

Features:

  • 2 types of racing – Indy car and Stock car.
  • 2 player head-to-head with split screen and 4 players with link.
  • 16 challenging tracks.
  • 3 driving perspectives & picture-in-picture rear view mirrors.
  • CAREER mode lets you race season after season against real drivers on the Indy car circuit and Stock car series.
  • Exclusive interactive video featuring Mario, Michael, and Jeff ANDRETTI.
  • EA SPORTS television style presentation with Fox Sports’ James Brown and racing authorities Derek Daly and Bob Jenkins.

 

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Variants

Jewel case "Blue" Variant - EA updated the sponsor decals on the car. Jewel case “Blue” Variant – EA updated the sponsor decals on the car. Note that this change apparently only affected the manual – the disc and back insert appear the same.
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Trivia

  • One of the earliest known cover changes to make sure it was as accurate as possible. EA updated the sponsors on the car, and even mention / thank them in the Copyright text on the back of the game case.
  • The Greatest Hits release came after the ESRB re-wrote their descriptors. Hence the E for Everybody on it.