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Trivia / Interstate '76

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  • Franchise Killer: Interstate '82 was seen as dumbed-down compared to the first game for largely abandoning its simulation approach to Vehicular Combat, met a far more mixed reception as a result, and wound up the last game in the series.
  • Talking to Himself: Twice, quite naturally involving Tom Kane:
    • When Callisto is captured in the original game, Skeeter handles the interrogation. Kane voices both characters, though all the latter does in this scene is giggle, disturbingly.
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    • Natty Dread in the Nitro Pack is also voiced by Kane, and in one mission he and Skeeter battle and trade comments.


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