Monaco Grand Prix
Genre Sport -> Racing
Today's Rank 0
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USA
Date N/A
Publisher Ubisoft
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Publisher Ubisoft
North America Retail Box ArtDriving games sure have come a long way since the 1982 classic arcade hit Pole Position and, with true-to-life graphics, Monaco Grand Prix for the Dreamcast races ahead of the competition. Based on one of the world's oldest and toughest races, this impressive game features an innovative four-point physics engine to monitor and control, as well as the ability to go head-to-head against a friend or the computer. Choose from 22 racers on a variety of skill levels, and three gaming modes. The arcade mode lets you choose from a single race or a championship rally, as well as time attack and free run options. The simulation mode brings real-life conditions (such as weather, car damage, and lighting) to the racing action. If you race in competition, there are 12 circuits to conquer, including the Monaco Grand Prix. A retro mode allows you to race vintage '50s cars on an older track. While Monaco Grand Prix sports stunning graphics, some players may get bored with the high number of laps required to complete a race. This is also a difficult game to master. In the early stages of gameplay, many players will spend a lot of time running on the grass or crashing into the track walls. --Carrie Bell Pros: Unique retro race level Pit stops are very realistic Cars and tracks modeled to Grand Prix specifications Cons: Controls are more difficult without an optional steering wheel controller Novice drivers may find some races too difficult
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