|Sega Driving Simulator|
|System(s): Sega NAOMI 2|
|Number of players: 1|
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Sega Driving Simulator is a Sega NAOMI 2 "game" released in 2002. It was developed as a joint venture between Sega, Japanese driving schools and the Japanese government of the day, in the hopes of assisting learner drivers pass their driving test.
The Sega Driving Simulator is capable of accurately emulating force feedback, as well as ABS, skidding and differing driving conditions. The machine was not designed to be manufactured in large quantities, and has never left Japan.
|NAOMI 2, JP|