Rage Racer

PSX PlayStation Rage Racer

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Racing CDs: 1
Publisher: Namco Released: May 14, 1997
Developer: Namco UPC: 7 22674 02066 4
Sony ID: SLUS-00403 PSRM: 006630
Players: 1 Player Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: neGcon
ESRB: Kids to Adults No Descriptors
Box Copy:

Rage Racer shatters the standards of PlayStation racing, and has industry insiders scurrying to their Thesaurus’ for new speed descriptors. This is a whole new engine, chassis and shocks; shocks coming, of course, at the expense of your central nervous system. But enough hype. You’ve got to play this bad-boy to believe it. Then you’ll see why Game Fan insists, “you must obtain Rage Racer as soon as humanly possible.

  • The definitive street-racer. New from the radials up; 13 brand new cars, 4 big new tracks, plus an 11 circuit challenge.
  • Win races and save prize money to modify your car or purchase a new racer.
  • Customize your ride. Design team logos, alter car paint schemes and improve tire traction.
  • Save best times, customized cars and game data to memory cards.
  • Must-see cinematics and track scenery; nothing has ever looked this good at 150 mph.
  • Breathtaking hills and narrow hairpin turns put a premium on shifting, drafting and sliding skills.
  • Compatible with the neGcon analog controller.

 

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Trivia

  • The neGcon icon on the back of the case uses the European Part number.
  • Rage Racer is the only console released Ridge Racer game that does not use “Ridge” in the title.
  • Your hood decoration has a secondary function – whatever you design there will also appear on various in-game billboards.
  • Besides bumping into each other, you’ll occasionally see CPU cars bump into each other, especially if you’re in the middle of them.
  • The game’s back insert cites there are “11 Circuits” to race. This breaks down into Class 1 through 5 Forward, the same 5 reversed, and then the mythical 6 Class.
  • If you snag a Gold Trophy in all first 5 Classes (Meaning a Gold for the entire circuit), you’ll unlock a hidden 12th song in the music player.

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