History VideoGame / DaytonaUSA

4th Nov '17 2:04:31 PM Sestren_NK
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** ''Championship Circuit Edition'' was updated and released as ''Circuit Edition'' in Japan. The PC version was titled ''Daytona USA Deluxe'' which includes an additional course and the ability to play each track at different times of the day.
** ''Daytona USA 2001'' was simply named ''Daytona USA'' in North America.
17th Sep '17 10:35:11 AM therealwindyman56
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** Ask any stock car driver, be it a local street stock racer or a professional Monster Energy Cup driver, and all of them will tell you that sliding consistently is a *very* bad thing. Doing so heats up the tires and causes excessive tire wear, making it difficult to handle on long stints and increases the risk of a tire blowout.

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** Ask any stock car driver, be it a local street stock racer or a professional Monster Energy Cup driver, and all of them will tell you that sliding consistently is a *very* bad thing.thing unless you're on dirt. Doing so heats up the tires and causes excessive tire wear, making it difficult to handle on long stints and increases the risk of a tire blowout.
17th Sep '17 10:32:16 AM therealwindyman56
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*** [[FridgeBrilliance Probably because they're on the same backmarker team.]]
17th Sep '17 10:30:36 AM therealwindyman56
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* ViolationOfCommonSense: Downshifting in ''Daytona USA'' is the easiest way to get the car to go into a slide, but doing so in a real car would [[StuffBlowingUp grenade the engine.]] [[CaptainObvious You would never see a professional drifter downshift from 4th to 1st to coax the car sideways.]]

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* ViolationOfCommonSense: Downshifting in ''Daytona USA'' is the easiest way to get the car to go into a slide, but doing so in a real car would [[StuffBlowingUp grenade the engine.]] engine,]] a situation known famously as the [[FanNickname "Money Shift."]] [[CaptainObvious You would never see a professional drifter downshift from 4th to 1st to coax the car sideways.]]
17th Sep '17 10:29:41 AM therealwindyman56
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* ViolationOfCommonSense: Downshifting in ''Daytona USA'' is the easiest way to get the car to go into a slide, but doing so in a real car would [[StuffBlowingUp grenade the engine.]] [[CaptainObvious You would never see a professional drifter downshift from 4th to 1st to coax the car sideways.]]
** Ask any stock car driver, be it a local street stock racer or a professional Monster Energy Cup driver, and all of them will tell you that sliding consistently is a *very* bad thing. Doing so heats up the tires and causes excessive tire wear, making it difficult to handle on long stints and increases the risk of a tire blowout.
19th Aug '17 7:04:00 PM Sestren_NK
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* RecycledSoundtrack: ''Championship USA'' takes many of its songs directly from ''Circuit Edition'' and ''2001''.
6th Aug '17 7:45:56 AM Androgeos
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* NoobBridge: The third and final turn of the Beginner course in all games is a sharp turn that mandates powersliding through it to complete without losing a lot of speed. Unfortunately, new players of the original are not likely aware of how to powerslide and usually end up eating wall; the end result is that an overwhelming majority of players [[TimedMission run out of time]] before finishing the required laps because they slam into the wall ''every time''. ''Daytona USA 2'' alleviates this a little by showing a powersliding tutorial during the AttractMode.

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* NoobBridge: The third and final turn of the Beginner course in all games is a sharp turn that mandates powersliding through it to complete without losing a lot of speed. Unfortunately, new players of the original are not likely aware of how to powerslide and usually end up eating wall; the end result is that an overwhelming majority of players [[TimedMission run out of time]] before finishing the required laps because they slam into the wall ''every time''. ''Daytona USA 2'' alleviates this a little by showing a powersliding tutorial during the AttractMode.AttractMode, as well as providing a "Beginner" car that can negotiate most corners without drifting as long as the driver keeps their speed in check.
1st Jul '17 7:38:15 AM Sestren_NK
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* '''''Daytona Championship USA'' (2017):''' Originally advertised as the second real sequel to ''Daytona USA'', featuring three new tracks as well as remastered versions of the three tracks from the first game. Ultimately another graphically-enhanced port of the original game, with the three "new" tracks being re-skinned and mirrored versions of the original three (one of which is a recreation of the real-life Daytona International Speedway). Also included are a 47" LED HD screen and embedded camera for each cabinet, and a display that "broadcasts" multiplayer races.

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* '''''Daytona Championship USA'' (2017):''' Originally advertised as the second real sequel to ''Daytona USA'', featuring three new tracks as well as remastered versions of the three tracks from the first game. Ultimately The game is ultimately another graphically-enhanced port UpdatedRerelease of the original game, with the three "new" tracks being re-skinned and mirrored versions of the original three (one of which is a recreation of the real-life Daytona International Speedway). Also included are a 47" LED HD screen and embedded camera for each cabinet, and a display that "broadcasts" multiplayer races.races, but removes the 4-way gear shift in place of an up/down type.


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** ''Championship USA'' is this to the original game.
25th Jun '17 6:08:02 AM AndyLA
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''Daytona USA'' is a successful 3D DrivingGame series created by Toshihiro Nagoshi and Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] department and initially released in arcades in 1993 in Japan and 1994 for the rest of the world. The first game, probably the most well known of the franchise, found great popularity in the arcades, for its simple yet realistic controls, NASCAR-like stock cars and up to eight multiplayer arcade cabinets. The original stands as the most successful arcade game in Sega's history.

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''Daytona USA'' is a successful 3D DrivingGame series created by Toshihiro Nagoshi and Creator/{{Sega}}'s [=AM2=] department and initially released in arcades in 1993 in Japan and 1994 for the rest of the world. The first game, probably the most well known of the franchise, found great popularity in the arcades, for its simple yet realistic controls, controls (the arcade cabinets were fairly unique in that they were among the few to actually have a clutch pedal for gear shifting), NASCAR-like stock cars and up to eight multiplayer arcade cabinets. The original stands as the most successful arcade game in Sega's history.
13th Jun '17 6:57:18 PM Sestren_NK
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* ShoutOut: Lakeside Castle from ''Championship USA'' is based on the Lakeside course from ''VideoGame/Sega Rally 3''.

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* ShoutOut: Lakeside Castle from ''Championship USA'' is based on the Lakeside course from ''VideoGame/Sega Rally ''VideoGame/SegaRally 3''.
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