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|System(s): Sega Master System|
|Developer: Sega R&D 2|
|Number of players: 1|
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Battle OutRun is a spin-off to the OutRun series, released exclusively for the Sega Master System in 1989. Unlike many other OutRun titles, Battle OutRun was neither brought to Japan or North America, nor has it been ported to any other systems since.
Battle OutRun is very similar to Chase H.Q., in that rather than trying to reach a specific destination, you have to find and arrest various criminals dotted around North America. There are many obstacles on the road and it is possible to upgrade your vehicle.
You're Joe Hurst, the coolest boundy hunter ever to take the wheel. You're the kind of guy who likes to do tihngs himself. Like building your customer Laborarri Teratuga from odd parts you found in your friend George's tune-up and parts shop. That 'Tuga doesn't run to well now, but man, is it a beautiful machine! All you need is a little cash to make it move as great as it looks.
That's why you're on the road right now, trying to collect the bounty on eight of the nastiest mob bosses ever to grace the Most Wanted. These guys are fast. And they're flanked by ferociously loyal thug drivers who'll try anything to slow you down. Once you spot a boss, the only way to stop him is to bash the life out of his car before time tuns out. Otherwise, you'll have to start over, and lose all the great parts you buy alnog the way.
So belt in and battle your way across the country to meet and beat Casadrando - the biggest boss of them all. If you've got the brains, the guts, and the time, the big guy's yours.
- Main article: Battle OutRun/Magazine articles.
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- File:BattleOutRun SMS EU nor cover.jpg
- Computer & Video Games, "August 1990" (UK; 1990-07-16), page 90
- Player One, "Septembre 1990" (FR; 1990-xx-xx), page 59
- File:Battle OutRun SMS EU Manual.pdf, page 4
- Computer & Video Games, "September 1990" (UK; 1990-08-16), page 80
- Computer & Video Games, "November 1990" (UK; 1990-10-16), page 58
- ACE, "November 1990" (UK; 1990-10-xx), page 92
- ACE, "July 1990" (UK; 1990-06-xx), page 58
- Aktueller Software Markt, "Avril 1990" (DE; 1990-03-30), page 83
- Complete Guide to Consoles, "Volume IV" (UK; 1990-11-xx), page 92
- The Complete Guide to Sega, "" (UK; 1991-05-xx), page 53
- Console XS, "June/July 1992" (UK; 1992-04-23), page 138
- Computer & Video Games, "May 1990" (UK; 1990-04-16), page 98
- The Games Machine, "July 1990" (UK; 1990-06-xx), page 50
- Micromanía (segunda época), "Octubre 1990" (ES; 1990-xx-xx), page 42
- Mean Machines Sega, "October 1992" (UK; 1992-09-xx), page 129
- Power Play, "3/90" (DE; 1990-02-19), page 100
- S: The Sega Magazine, "May 1990" (UK; 1990-04-05), page 4
- Sega Power, "October 1991" (UK; 1991-09-05), page 55
- Sega Pro, "November 1991" (UK; 1991-xx-xx), page 39
- Sega Pro, "April 1993" (UK; 1993-03-11), page 70
- Software Gids, "Sept./Okt. 1990" (NL; 1990-09-xx), page 36
- Zero, "July 1990" (UK; 1990-0x-xx), page 75