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Sega Touring Car Championship

Sega Touring Car Championship (SAT) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Genre: Racing (Arcade)
Developer: SEGA


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Sega Touring Car Championship review

Reviewed January 30, 2011

pickhut says: "The Saturn has been home to many a racing title, mostly created by Sega's own departments. They all tend to vary in quality, but regardless, each of those titles are memorable for something. Daytona USA, the big one, is a flawed port, but still enjoyable thanks to fun play mechanics, good track design, cool bonuses, and a great, cheesy soundtrack. Sega Rally Championship is known as a solid port, despite suffering from being too much of a straight one. Manx TT has sheep. You get the point. So wh..."
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