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OutRun 2

OutRun 2 (ARC) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Tags: Racing
Developer: Unknown

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OutRun 2 review

Reviewed August 02, 2004

cheekylee says: "I went into the arcade just because that is what I do. If I see an arcade, no matter where, I am compelled to enter. The draw is too strong. The sounds, the colours, the feel, the smell ; it's too much for me to resist. Often times I am dissapointed. Perhaps I might find an old forgotten game that no longer works. Perhaps I find nothing but dancing games. Perhaps I only find one-arm bandits. I admit that I was expecting not to see anything more than standard arcade fare this time. "
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