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|Sega GT 2002|
|Developer: WOW Entertainment|
|Number of players: 1-4|
Sega GT 2002 is a sequel to Sega GT, released exclusively on the Xbox in 2002. It was originally due to be released as a Sega Dreamcast game, but development switched to the Xbox following the Dreamcast's demise as a home video game console. Sega GT 2002 was pitched as Sega's answer to Gran Turismo 3, which had seen success on the PlayStation 2. A revised version, Sega GT Online, was released a year later.
A soundtrack album, Sega GT 2002 Original Soundtrack, was released in Japan two months after the game.
A soundtrack album, Sega GT 2002 Original Soundtrack, was released the same year in Japan only.
Sega GT 2002 was updated in the form of Sega GT Online, also exclusive to the Xbox and released in 2003.
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|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)|