Sega Race TV

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Sega Race TV
System(s): Sega Lindbergh
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
Licensor: Chevrolet, Chrysler, Ford, Mazda, Mercury, Mitsubishi, Ruf
Genre: Racing

















Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (Lindbergh)
JP
¥? DVP-0044
Arcade (Lindbergh)
US
$? ?
Arcade (Lindbergh)
UK
£? ?















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Sega Race TV is an arcade racing game developed by AM Plus for Sega Lindbergh arcade hardware. So far it has not been ported to home platforms. The game is notable for being the last game to be developed by Yu Suzuki during his time at Sega.

Gameplay

Cars

Sega Race TV features a variety of cars from multiple manufacturers

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Mustang GT Convertible
The Mustang GT Convertible by Ford (2007-2009).

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Roadster RS
The Roadster RS (also known as the MX-5) by Mazda (2005-).

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Eclipse Spyder ST
The Eclipse Spyder ST by Mitsubishi (2006-2012).

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Hemi Cuda Convertible
The Hemi Cuda Convertible by Plymouth (1971) is a rare American muscle car, of which only 11 were produced.

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RK Spyder
The RK Spyder by Ruf (200x).

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Prowler
The Prowler by Chrysler (originally Plymouth) (2001-2002).

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Corvette Stingray Convertible
The Corvette Stingray Convertible by Chevrolet (1963-1967).

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Camaro Concept Convertible
The Camaro Concept Convertible is an unreleased concept car demonstrated by Chrysler in 2007. Much of its design would go into a 2010 model of the car.

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1949 Convertible
The 1949 Convertible by Mercury.

Production credits

Xeen, zeroZone Inc., inbound, Yu Suzuki
Source:
In-game credits[2]

Digital manuals

Magazine articles

Main article: Sega Race TV/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Photo gallery

Physical scans

Lindbergh, US
Lindbergh, JP
Sega-Race TV Lindbergh JP Disc.jpg
Disc
Lindbergh, EU

References