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5th Oct '17 2:39:59 PM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/RoadRedemption'' is a SpiritualSuccessor to ''Road Rash'', taking the base gameplay and adding {{Roguelike}} elements, in addition to several new weapons, including firearms!
27th Aug '17 1:31:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''VideoGame/WheelsOfDestruction'' is essentially an arena shooter a la {{Quake}} or VideoGame/UnrealTournament injected with this trope.

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* ''VideoGame/WheelsOfDestruction'' is essentially an arena shooter a la {{Quake}} VideoGame/{{Quake}} or VideoGame/UnrealTournament injected with this trope.
29th Jan '17 5:25:27 PM thevisualboy37
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* ''VideoGame/BumperWars'' is basically a futuristic, deadly version of bumper cars.
14th Jan '17 1:15:31 PM Yalsaris63
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* ''Gas Guzzlers Extreme'', a spiritual successor to the ''Full Auto'' games.
19th Dec '16 6:51:08 AM Spindriver
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** ''TabletopGame/GURPSDiscworld Also'' has "Ecksian Cart Wars", a parody of the ''Autoduel'' setting, a reference to the ''Film/MadMax''-like environment of ''Discworld/TheLastContinent'', and an exercise in just how far you can push the ''GURPS'' vehicle rules.

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** ''TabletopGame/GURPSDiscworld Also'' ''[[TabletopGame/DiscworldRolePlayingGame GURPS Discworld Also]]'' has "Ecksian Cart Wars", a parody of the ''Autoduel'' setting, a reference to the ''Film/MadMax''-like environment of ''Discworld/TheLastContinent'', and an exercise in just how far you can push the ''GURPS'' vehicle rules.
4th Aug '16 12:02:56 PM Morgenthaler
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* The ''TwistedMetal'' series and its clones: ''{{Vigilante8}}'', ''Star Wars Demolition'', etc.

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* The ''TwistedMetal'' ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' series and its clones: ''{{Vigilante8}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Vigilante8}}'', ''Star Wars Demolition'', etc.
25th Jul '16 3:23:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''PursuitForce'' is a hybrid of this and ActionGame, where you play a cop who has to chase down numerous street gangs by jumping between moving vehicles.

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* ''PursuitForce'' ''VideoGame/PursuitForce'' is a hybrid of this and ActionGame, where you play a cop who has to chase down numerous street gangs by jumping between moving vehicles.
21st Jul '16 2:59:04 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''BattleTanx'' and its little-known spinoff, ''ThunderTanks''.

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* ''BattleTanx'' ''VideoGame/BattleTanx'' and its little-known spinoff, ''ThunderTanks''.''VideoGame/ThunderTanks''.



* ''BanditsPhoenixRising'' is a linear action story with differing objectives in each level, in contrast to most games of the genre.

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* ''BanditsPhoenixRising'' ''VideoGame/BanditsPhoenixRising'' is a linear action story with differing objectives in each level, in contrast to most games of the genre.



* ''WheelsOfDestruction'' is essentially an arena shooter a la {{Quake}} or VideoGame/UnrealTournament injected with this trope.

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* ''WheelsOfDestruction'' ''VideoGame/WheelsOfDestruction'' is essentially an arena shooter a la {{Quake}} or VideoGame/UnrealTournament injected with this trope.
8th Jun '16 10:10:43 AM wuzzle22
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Generally, Vehicular Combat gameplay works in one of two ways: The player is the same individual throughout a career, and must upgrade and modify his/her vehicle with better weapons, parts and armor to beat back increasingly more difficult challenges, or the player may choose from a variety of different vehicles, each with its own unique skills and abilities. ''VideoGame/{{Interstate 76}}'' is a good example of the first style, while the ''VideoGame/Twisted Metal'' series is a good example of the second style. Some games use a mix of both aspects, allowing a player to choose a vehicle and then modify it accordingly.

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Generally, Vehicular Combat gameplay works in one of two ways: The player is the same individual throughout a career, and must upgrade and modify his/her vehicle with better weapons, parts and armor to beat back increasingly more difficult challenges, or the player may choose from a variety of different vehicles, each with its own unique skills and abilities. ''VideoGame/{{Interstate 76}}'' is a good example of the first style, while the ''VideoGame/Twisted Metal'' ''VideoGame/{{Twisted Metal}}'' series is a good example of the second style. Some games use a mix of both aspects, allowing a player to choose a vehicle and then modify it accordingly.
8th Jun '16 10:10:12 AM wuzzle22
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Generally, Vehicular Combat gameplay works in one of two ways: The player is the same individual throughout a career, and must upgrade and modify his/her vehicle with better weapons, parts and armor to beat back increasingly more difficult challenges, or the player may choose from a variety of different vehicles, each with its own unique skills and abilities. The ''VideoGame/{{Interstate76}}'' is a good example of the first style, while the ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' series is a good example of the second style. Some games use a mix of both aspects, allowing a player to choose a vehicle and then modify it accordingly.

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Generally, Vehicular Combat gameplay works in one of two ways: The player is the same individual throughout a career, and must upgrade and modify his/her vehicle with better weapons, parts and armor to beat back increasingly more difficult challenges, or the player may choose from a variety of different vehicles, each with its own unique skills and abilities. The ''VideoGame/{{Interstate76}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Interstate 76}}'' is a good example of the first style, while the ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' ''VideoGame/Twisted Metal'' series is a good example of the second style. Some games use a mix of both aspects, allowing a player to choose a vehicle and then modify it accordingly.
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