History VideoGame / TokyoXtremeRacer

10th Aug '16 8:31:47 PM Willbyr
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** The top two members of Rotary Revolution [[InitialD are brothers and drive a white RX-7 FC and yellow RX-7 FD]]. Which makes sense as the cover car that can be used at the start is an [=AE86=].
** Several racers in ''Drift 2'' are parodies of InitialD and Over Rev characters, with usually the same vehicle but a different color.

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** The top two members of Rotary Revolution [[InitialD [[Manga/InitialD are brothers and drive a white RX-7 FC and yellow RX-7 FD]]. Which makes sense as the cover car that can be used at the start is an [=AE86=].
** Several racers in ''Drift 2'' are parodies of InitialD ''Manga/InitialD'' and Over Rev characters, with usually the same vehicle but a different color.



** Most of the "cheat names" you can enter at the start of your career in Kaido Battle 3/[=TXR=]:Drift 2 are names of various InitialD characters.

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** Most of the "cheat names" you can enter at the start of your career in Kaido Battle 3/[=TXR=]:Drift 2 are names of various InitialD ''Initial D'' characters.
18th Jul '16 5:05:07 AM 4444jdm
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* MeaningfulName: The "EMPEROR" vanity plate on Iwasaki's Skyline coupe in ''Import Tuner Challenge''. [[spoiler:Emperor is a direct translation of his street name in the Japanese versions of the series, Jintei. In all but two English localization of the series, his street name is Speed King, with ''[=TXR3=]'' leaving the name untranslated, and ''[=ITC=]'' reversing it to "King Speed".]]

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* MeaningfulName: The "EMPEROR" vanity plate on Iwasaki's Skyline coupe in ''Import Tuner Challenge''. [[spoiler:Emperor is a direct translation of his street name in the Japanese versions of the series, Jintei. In all but two English localization of the series, ''Zero'', his street name is Speed King, with ''Drift'' changing it to Speed Emperor, while ''[=TXR3=]'' leaving the name untranslated, and ''Drift 2'' and ''[=ITC=]'' reversing it to "Emperor Speed" and "King Speed".Speed", respectively.]]
2nd Jun '16 2:54:37 PM HashiriyaR32
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** In the ''Kaido Battle'' spinoff series, there are certain cases where an SP gauge going to zero does not equal an instant loss. Such instances are:
*** Losing all of your SP while in the lead. You're still in the race as long as you're not overtaken.
*** Being under the maximum distance behind the lead car in which SP does not start draining. As long as you keep up, you're still in the race.
2nd Jun '16 2:50:12 PM HashiriyaR32
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** The tricksters in TXRD2, Lightning Shift and God Shift Bunta which were expies of Takumi and Bunta Fujiwara from Initial D, respectively. However in TXR 3, Lightning Shift drives Starlet Glanza V instead of his AE86.

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** The tricksters in TXRD2, Lightning Shift and God Shift Bunta Bunta, which were expies of Takumi and Bunta Fujiwara from Initial D, respectively. However in TXR 3, Lightning Shift drives a Starlet Glanza V instead of his AE86. AE86, since the [=AE86=] notchback coupe (which he drove in [=TXR0=], was dropped, leaving behind only the hatchback. In-game, this is explained in his profile in that the Starlet is one of his friends' cars.
31st May '16 1:01:36 AM mvit
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** The tricksters in TXRD2, Lightning Shift and God Shift Bunta which were expies of Takumi and Bunta Fujiwara from Initial D, respectively. However in TXR 3, Lightning Shift drives Starlet Glanza V instead of his AE86.
12th Apr '16 6:19:09 AM Willbyr
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A series of racing games by {{Creator/Genki}}, known also in Japan as ''Shutokou Battle'' and dating to the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] days, although few of the earlier games made it to the United States. It got more notice when the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast versions came stateside. (Genki also developed the first ''Manga/WanganMidnight'' arcade game, its console ports, and also a stand-alone game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3.)

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A series of racing games by {{Creator/Genki}}, known also in Japan as ''Shutokou Battle'' and dating to the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] days, although few of the earlier games made it to the United States. It got more notice when the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast versions came stateside. (Genki also developed the first ''Manga/WanganMidnight'' ''VideoGame/WanganMidnight'' arcade game, its console ports, and also a stand-alone game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3.)









** The FinalBoss of first three ''Tokyo Xtreme Racer'' games and ''Import Tuner Challenge'' is [[spoiler:[[WanganMidnight a dark blue Fairlady Z S30 with insane horsepower and manaical handling]].]]

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** The FinalBoss of first three ''Tokyo Xtreme Racer'' games and ''Import Tuner Challenge'' is [[spoiler:[[WanganMidnight [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/WanganMidnight a dark blue Fairlady Z S30 with insane horsepower and manaical handling]].]]
3rd Mar '16 5:54:26 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* LifeMeter: This is a central game mechanic within the series, with many games foregoing the genre-traditional "beat your opponent to a finish line" objective. Both opponents begin with a bar known as an "SP Meter", and the trailing player will lose SP over time, losing more the further they are behind. Hitting something will also cause the SP Meter to drop. The first player to run out of SP loses, even if they are in the lead.

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* LifeMeter: This is a central game mechanic within the series, with many games foregoing the genre-traditional "beat your opponent to a finish line" objective. Both opponents begin with a bar known as an "SP Meter", and the trailing player will lose SP over time, losing more the rate at which they lose SP increasing the further they are behind. Hitting something will also cause the SP Meter to drop. The first player to run out of SP loses, even if they are in the lead.
3rd Mar '16 5:54:00 PM LucaEarlgrey
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%%* LifeMeter: The SP gauge system.

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%%* * LifeMeter: This is a central game mechanic within the series, with many games foregoing the genre-traditional "beat your opponent to a finish line" objective. Both opponents begin with a bar known as an "SP Meter", and the trailing player will lose SP over time, losing more the further they are behind. Hitting something will also cause the SP Meter to drop. The first player to run out of SP gauge system.loses, even if they are in the lead.
17th Feb '16 11:20:53 AM GrammarNavi
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A series of racing games by {{Creator/Genki}}, known also in Japan as ''Shutokou Battle'' and dating to the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] days, although few of the earlier games made it to the United States. It got more notice when the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast versions came stateside. (Genki also developed the first ''Manga/WanganMidnight'' arcade game, its console ports, and also a stand-alone game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 .)

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A series of racing games by {{Creator/Genki}}, known also in Japan as ''Shutokou Battle'' and dating to the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] days, although few of the earlier games made it to the United States. It got more notice when the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast versions came stateside. (Genki also developed the first ''Manga/WanganMidnight'' arcade game, its console ports, and also a stand-alone game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 .UsefulNotes/PlayStation3.)
17th Feb '16 11:20:34 AM GrammarNavi
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A series of racing games by {{Creator/Genki}}, known also in Japan as ''Shutokou Battle'' and dating to the SNES days, although few of the earlier games made it to the United States. It got more notice when the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast versions came stateside. (Genki also developed the first ''Manga/WanganMidnight'' arcade game, its console ports, and also a stand-alone game for the UsefulNotes/PS3 .)

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A series of racing games by {{Creator/Genki}}, known also in Japan as ''Shutokou Battle'' and dating to the SNES [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] days, although few of the earlier games made it to the United States. It got more notice when the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast versions came stateside. (Genki also developed the first ''Manga/WanganMidnight'' arcade game, its console ports, and also a stand-alone game for the UsefulNotes/PS3 .UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 .)
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