|Publisher: Sega, Empire Interactive (EU), Activision (US)|
|Developer: WOW Entertainment, H.I.C.|
|System(s): Sega Dreamcast, PC|
|Peripherals supported: Dreamcast Racing Controller, Dreamcast VGA Box, Dreamcast Jump Pack, Visual Memory Unit|
|Number of players: 1-2|
Sega GT, known as Sega GT: Homologation Special (セガGT ホモロゲーションスペシャル) in Japan, is a racing game developed by WOW Entertainment and published by Sega for the Sega Dreamcast and later Windows PCs. It is not to be confused with Sega Super GT, otherwise known as Scud Race.
Sega GT is the first game in the short lived Sega GT series (also consisting of Sega GT 2002 and Sega GT Online for the Xbox), and was designed to rival the Gran Turismo series on Sony's PlayStation (and PlayStation 2) consoles.
Compared to most Sega racing games, Sega GT has an abornmally large selection of over 130 cars licensed from Japanese companies including Subaru, Honda, Daihatsu, Mazda, Toyota, Mitsubishi Motors and Nissan as well as Dodge and Ford. The PAL version adds even more, with European manufacturers Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Mercedes-Benz and Audi lending their products to the game. The game offers a mixture of production cars and models specifically designed for GT3 and GT2 races (and there are a few rally cars too), and localises some models for different regions (for example, in the United States, some high-end Toyota cars are given Lexus branding).
Each car is based on real-world specifications and is customisable.
|Sega Retro Average|
| Based on|
|PC, UK (Xplosiv)|
|Games in the Sega GT series|
|Sega GT (2000) | Sega GT 2002 (with JSRF) (2002) | Sega GT Online (2003)|
|Sega GT related media|
|Sega GT 2002 Original Soundtrack (2002)|
|Sega GT Homologation Special Kanzen Kouryaku Guide (2000) | Sega GT 2002 Perfect Guide (2002)|