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Checkered Flag

Checkered Flag (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Jaguar
Tags: Racing, Vehicles
Developer: Rebellion
More Platforms: Lynx


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Checkered Flag review

Reviewed May 24, 2007

LS650 says: "One of the favorite genres of many videogame players is auto racing. Just like many other folks I enjoy racing games, and when I first read that Rebellion, the creators of the two fantastic games Alien vs. Predator and Skyhammer, had also made a racing game for the Jaguar, I guessed that it would have to be good - but as I researched further I learned that Checkered Flag has a reputation as one of the worst games for the Jaguar. Címon, did Rebellion really create a lemon? "
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