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- Weather effects during racing, including rain, snow, fog, and even seasonal changes
- 2-player versus mode lets you take on a friend in split-screen racing action
- The deep championship mode will keep you busy for a long time
- Realistic reflections on the cars and refined texturing around the tracks
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- Platform: Sega Dreamcast
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
High stakes gambling and custom racing through Satan's playground. Challenge 17 diabolical drivers through championships, vendettas and high-stakes duels. Race old-school muscle machines or exotic European sports cars, while at the same time taking on UFOs, rock slides and a giant fist-smashing ape.
Fast-paced, arcade-style driving action hits the Dreamcast in the form of Ubi Soft's Speed Devils--only this time, it's personal. The first thing you'll notice is the game's emphasis on presenting recognisable rivals throughout the races. Instead of competing against faceless "computer" foes, you meet 17 rival drivers with distinct personalities; these defining characteristics come out in their driving tendencies. Yu Kioto's calm demeanour, for example, is reflected in his calculated, mistake-free driving. It's a cool feature that gives the single-player game depth: you not only have to handle wacky obstacles as you roar around the track, but you have to handle each driver differently.
Speed Devils sports three gameplay modes: arcade, championship,and multiplayer. While the multiplayer mode lets you take on a friend in several different challenges and races, the meat of the gameplay is in the championship mode. The goal here is to progress through several driving classes. Each race nets you prize money, augmented by any side bets or special missions you've agreed to perform. Use the money to buy a better car or improve the one you've got; all the upgrades help you win more races, which moves you farther up the ranks and closer to your eventual goal of taking down the mysterious Driver X. With wild tracks and gameplay that radiates with personality, Speed Devils is an expansive and delightful racer. --Sajed Ahmed
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on 28 August 2000
Apart from the imports Sega GT and Ferrari 355 this is the best racing game on Dreamcast. Graphics are still good but the gameplay is amazing. Its a challenging game throughout and still manages to be great fun, it has innovative feature's such as betting on the out come of races with your opponents, and the course design is simply amazing, each track seemingly have three or four path's thanks to various short cuts. Anyway who wants a totally un-realistic arcade style racing game then get this! Its basically what San Francisco Rush would have been had it have been a classic!
on 12 August 2000
Travel your way through four levels, till you reach class A. The graphics are drawn well, and clearly need to be, as you play the tracks in reverse and reverse angles in later levels. You begin with a low end car, and build up money as you win races, and break speed traps. The first three levels improve your skills, and give you more money to build up your car, buy parts, and even buy new cars. The game offers challenges on each level, which keep you captivated. Class A the highest level, can prove daunting, with the tracks giving increased hazards, against unmercifull oponents. I would've given the game five, but felt the last class was too difficult, however, a very enjoyable game.
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