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Already released in Japan [JP] on PlayStation

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Ridge Racer Revolution (リッジレーサーレボリューション Rijji Rēsā Reboryūshon) is an arcade racing game developed and published by Namco for the PlayStation in 1995. It is the PlayStation sequel of Ridge Racer (the arcade sequel is Ridge Racer 2). Like the original Ridge Racer, the player races against eleven other computer-controlled cars, and supports Namco's NeGcon controller. The game adds two hidden cars for the player to unlock, and 2-player support via the PlayStation Link cable. The game was re-released in Japan for the PlayStation The Best range on 27 June 1997, and for the Platinum Range in PAL regions the following year. The game received generally positive reviews, but some reviewers criticised its similarity to the original. Ridge Racer Revolution was followed by a sequel, Rage Racer, which was released on 3 December 1996 in Japan, May 15 1997 in North America, and June 1997 PAL regions.