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* DuelingGames: With VideoGame/WanganMidnight

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* GenrePopularizer: Though not the first of its kind by a long stretch, it's ''the'' game that brought the multiplayer arcade racing game scene to competitive levels on a worldwide scale.



** Arcade Stage Infinity (8) did see a release in America through Round1 arcades

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** Arcade Stage Infinity (8) did see a release in America through Round1 [=Round1=] arcades


** Arcade Stage Infinity did see a release in America through Round1 arcades

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** Arcade Stage Infinity (8) did see a release in America through Round1 arcades

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** Arcade Stage Infinity did see a release in America through Round1 arcades

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* DuelingGames: With VideoGame/WanganMidnight


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* RealSongThemeTune: Numerous Eurobeat tracks pepper the games, licensed from Avex Trax's Super Eurobeat library.


* NoExportForYou: Neither ''Special Stage'' or ''Extreme Stage'' received an international release. Quite odd, considering the arcade games they're near direct ports of, ''Arcade Stage Version 2'' and ''Version 4'' respectively, do have fully-translated international variants.

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* BadExportForYou: The Japanese version of Initial D 4 introduced national online battles and the ability to change data on your save card online via cellphone or computer, among other things. The Japanese version of Initial D 5 introduced special Japan-wide events that would let you unlock [[CosmeticAward special parts]]/paint jobs. None of these features made it into the English release of ''4'' (And then they went and took auras away from the English version too starting with 4.
** The newest EXP version of 5 (2.0) has auras and the return of the avatar feature.
* NoExportForYou: Neither ''Special Stage'' or ''Extreme Stage'' received an international release. Quite odd, considering the arcade games they're near direct ports of, ''Arcade Stage Version 2'' and ''Version 4'' respectively, do have fully-translated international variants. The English versions of Arcade Stage 5 and 6 have not seen a release outside of Asia.
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* NoExportForYou: Neither ''Special Stage'' or ''Extreme Stage'' received an international release. Quite odd, considering the arcade games they're near direct ports of, ''Arcade Stage Version 2'' and ''Version 4'' respectively, do have fully-translated international variants.

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