Some tidbits after playing it for a little bit (aka four hours):
-It plays exactly like OutRun2, so you can just jump right in.
-Cars actually spin out of control when you hit them from behind at high speeds (non-rival cars fade away afterwards).
-Slipstreaming has been added. You can gain some extra speed if you stay behind a vehicle. If you've played 18-Wheeler American Pro Trucker, you know exactly what I mean.
-Flagman (the fat guy in the red shirt) talks!
-Instead of unlocking stuff like in OR2, you'll now have to purchase them using OR Miles you get in the single-player mode.
-You can listen to the original 1989 tunes and their remixes.
-All of the OR2 tracks are in this game, along with the OR2SP tracks.
-You can switch to custom soundtracks.
User: janus Title: Posted: May 02, 2006 (09:34 AM)
yes, but can you drive from coast to coast?
User: pickhut Title: Posted: May 02, 2006 (11:14 AM)
No. Well, I think in route e, if you consider the start California, because the end of route e takes place in New York. It could be Florida, though.
User: asherdeus Title: Posted: May 05, 2006 (08:43 PM)
This is on my GameFly list for PSP. Maybe I'll bump it up higher.
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