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OutRun 2019

OutRun 2019 (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Racing (Arcade)
Developer: SIMS

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Reader Reviews

OutRun 2019 review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "''The need for speed.'' An insatiable thirst that few possess. What is it about driving real fast that those speed demons like so much? Is it finding out just how high they can make that speedometer go? How about the unforgettable feeling of having gallons of adrenaline flowing wildly through their veins? Perhaps they're frustrated at something about their life and riding like the wind is the only thing they can do to feel like they've broken free from those chains that are holding them back? "
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