20 Games Like 3D Grand Prix()
Get ready to take on the challenges of rallies, rallycross, drifts, buggies and hill climbs, and set off on a spectacular journey across continents. At the wheel of the most legendary off-road vehicles in each category, you’ll have to be prepared to take on the most difficult routes in astonishing surroundings.
Over 50 car models will be featured, including the most famous in rallying and extreme motor sport. Ready for you to test drive, collect, upgrade, customize, and above all excel at!
As no trip is worth anything unless it is shared, V-Rally 4 will feature a career mode and an innovative online mode.
"Meet the Rev Heads! A group of thrill seeking, hard boiled, car crazy, adrenaline junkies determined to win the ‘Rev Heads Rally’ at all costs.
Each Rev Head brings their own style and charisma to the track as they go head-to-head in a battle for racing glory.
Join in the fun and compete in over 20 ‘Cup Series’ to collect additional Rev Heads and Vehicles."
R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 (Ridge Racer Type 4 in Europe) is a racing video game developed and published by Namco for the PlayStation. It is the fourth title in the Ridge Racer series and the last to be released for the PlayStation. It was later re-released on the PlayStation Network in 2011. It is the first Ridge Racer series game on the PlayStation to use Gouraud shading on polygons.
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The newest iteration in the revolutionary franchise, The Crew 2 captures the thrill of the American motorsports spirit in one of the most exhilarating open worlds ever created. Welcome to Motornation, a huge, varied, action-packed, and beautiful playground built for motorsports throughout the entire US of A. Enjoy unrestrained exploration on ground, sea, and sky. From coast to coast, street and pro racers, off-road explorers, and freestylers gather and compete in all kinds of disciplines. Join them in high-octane contests and share every glorious moment with the world.
Formula 1 Grand Prix (known as World Circuit in the US) is the first installment of Geoff Crammond's Grand Prix series. The game includes all 16 international GP circuits of 1991. Players may drive them in quick race mode, single race or a full championship. The 18 teams and 35 drivers and their performance are based on the 1991 season, but the game doesn't include real names. It is possible to edit and save team and driver names by hand.
The extensive tuning feature influences the performance of the car. In-race setup allows players to adjust gear ratios, brake balance, wing downforce and tires during each visit to the pit box. Six optional driving aids help F1 rookies finish their race: players can toggle best line and suggested gear displays to learn track tactics, or have auto brakes, auto gears, self-righting spins and indestructibility to improve their driving. A replay system allows players to watch race scenes from three different views, including track-side camera footage.
The game features 3D graphics and various details and effects such as working rear mirrors, collisions with flying debris, crude damage models (wings are visibly bent after crashes), and wet weather that influences traction, including a fog effect that obscures vision when driving in another car's splash water.
While the Amiga version allows multiplayer races in hotseat mode, the PC version originally had solo races only. In 1993, the v1.05 update added modem support and a few other improvements.
Formula One 2001 is a racing video game for the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 developed by Studio 33 (PS1) and Sony Studio Liverpool (PS2) and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was released on 20 April 2001 in Europe, 24 September in North America and 11 October in Japan. It was the first game to support the Logitech racing wheel (a.k.a. GT Force) (PS2 only).
Formula One 2001 was the last simulation Formula One game to appear on the PSone (as the PlayStation had become known by that point, to differentiate it from the PlayStation 2). It was also the last game in the series released in North America before the 2005 release of F1 Grand Prix for the PlayStation Portable.
Formula One 2000 is an officially licensed Formula One racing game. The game is the 5th in Psygnosis/Sony series of Formula One racing games. All tracks, teams, cars and drivers from the 2000 season are in the game and can be selected. The game features a realistic damage model and various racing modes, including championship, single race-weekend, free practice and splitscreen mode for two players. Before each race, many aspects of the car can be customised. This is the first in the series to feature a safety car.
Horizon Chase Turbo is a standalone homage to classic 16-bit racers that defined a generation of high-speed, frenetic arcade fun. The game ignites an instant blast of nostalgia with catchy contemporary chiptune music, split screen multiplayer and retro design with modern gameplay.
Build and expand your repair service empire in this incredibly detailed and highly realistic simulation game, where attention to car detail is astonishing. Find classic, unique cars in the new Barn Find module and Junkyard module. You can even add your self-made car in the Car Editor.