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) Overall, a very fun game that our family logged many many hours on! – Atari – 1987 The game, in a nutshell, is Spy Hunter crossed with Pole Position, thrown into the 21st century.
It featured 50 tracks, a fuel gauge, great graphics and excellent play control.
It was a very popular game in its time selling over 2. It had all of the elements that made Mario Kart a hit, usage of weapons , obstacles and speed boost regions etc.
Collecting various weapons or tools helped increase your cars traction, engine or your turbo acceleration.
And you thought that American Idol over did it with the oversized coca-cola cup in front of the judges!
This game had more ads then Harry and Kumar’s Trip to White Castles! RCA Pro – Am – Rare -1988 We all love Mario Kart these days, but before Mario Kart, in the 80’s lived a little game called R C Pro am.
This racing game was loads of fun and included up to 4 players of fun for everyone!
Be sure to line yourself up perfectly, or no weapon for you.
Refueling was a fun factor as well, you can refuel your main tank by picking up green globes that were all over the track.
Those of you who missed it or were just a twinkle in your dad’s eye at the time don’t fret, you can catch this one the Wii Virtual Console at a cost of 500 Wii Points. Pole Position – Namco – 1982 Who can ever forget the famous scratchy woman’s voice stating, PREPARE TO QUALIFY!
This game was really the first racing simulation super smash hit in the arcades!Main objectives were to keep a watchful eye of their remaining fuel, dodge enemies, manage the track and by the way shoot down others cars with a large cannon.Special weapons can be obtained through an overhead helicopter which drops it down to your vehicle.However, I was part of the 80’s generation, where one was now able to drive a racing car via a video game. The following is a list of my favorite racing old school games of the 80’s!