I love Daytona in the arcades. It's a quick and easy set up, high-speed stock car racing game. You could challenge up to 8 players. Select three different courses from Easy, Medium and Hard and put the pedal to the metal. Drift corners at maximum speed according to your skill. Gain complete control over your stock car with Manual Transmission. If you're a true pro, you will need no brakes, at all!
I think Sega has done the best thing ever, releasing this powerful racing game that'll attract almost anybody! Race with some friends, crash each other into the walls or if you've been overlapped...make a u-turn and race the opposite direction, hoping to put a stop to the winning racer! Daytona USA is so much fun, you'll refuse to let go the steering wheel without a fight.
In 1994, Daytona USA was released in the arcade. Right after, a port was released on Sega Saturn. In 1995, Sega released a port on Windows-95. In 1996, Japan upgraded Daytona USA to "Daytona USA: Maxx", having all the cars on monster wheels and a turbo feature added. In 2001, a home version of Daytona USA was released on Dreamcast. In 2004, Sega upgraded the original arcade version of Daytona USA into "Daytona GTX: 2004 Edition", with nitro-charged racing cars and a system to hook up your car with points you earned.
Arcade- The best and original Daytona USA, yet. -Graphics: Very smooth run, cars have muscular wheels. 7/10 -Sound: Very realistic roaring engines. 6.5/10 -Replay Value: Moderately High
Saturn- Displeasing graphics, horrible release of Daytona. -Graphics: High in pixels and low in polygons, cars look like boxes. 5/10 -Sound: High quality CD soundtracks. 7.5/10 -Replay Value: Moderately Low
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