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| developer=[[Sega CS R&D 2]]
 
| system=[[Sega Saturn]]
 
| system=[[Sega Saturn]]
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| sounddriver=SCSP/CD-DA (30 tracks)
 
| sounddriver=SCSP/CD-DA (30 tracks)
 
| peripherals=[[Arcade Racer Joystick]], [[3D Control Pad]], [[Taisen Cable]], [[Sega Saturn Modem]]
 
| peripherals=[[Arcade Racer Joystick]], [[3D Control Pad]], [[Taisen Cable]], [[Sega Saturn Modem]]
 
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| players=1-2
 
| genre=Racing
 
| genre=Racing
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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' (デイトナUSA サーキット エディション) is a second update to the [[Sega Saturn]] version of ''[[Daytona USA]]''. It was developed by [[Sega AM3]] and builds upon the western release of ''[[Daytona USA: Champion Circuit Edition]]'' released several months prior. Whereas Japan did not receive ''Champion Circuit Edition'', ''Circuit Edition'' reached Japanese stores in early 1997 and did not receive a subsequent western release.
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{{stub}}'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' (デイトナUSA サーキット エディション) is a second update to the [[Sega Saturn]] version of ''[[Daytona USA]]''.
  
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''Circuit Edition'' is also compatible with the [[Taisen Cable]] cable and allows for online play via the [[Sega Saturn Modem]].
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==History==
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It was developed by [[Sega AM3]] and builds upon the western release of ''[[Daytona USA: Champion Circuit Edition]]'' released several months prior. Whereas Japan did not receive ''Champion Circuit Edition'', ''Circuit Edition'' reached Japanese stores in early 1997 and did not receive a subsequent western release.
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==Versions==
 
Though the western ''Champion Circuit Edition'' and Japanese ''Circuit Edition'' are by-and-large the same game, ''Circuit Edition'' adds further tweaks to the formula, creating the definitive copy of ''Daytona USA'' for the Saturn. ''Circuit Edition'' extends the draw distance even further, swaps some textures and allows the user to set the time of day in which to race in, whether that be night, dusk or morning. On top of this, the arcade soundtrack is now an option, and new drift mechanics have been implemented, making the game control more similarly to the original arcade version.
 
Though the western ''Champion Circuit Edition'' and Japanese ''Circuit Edition'' are by-and-large the same game, ''Circuit Edition'' adds further tweaks to the formula, creating the definitive copy of ''Daytona USA'' for the Saturn. ''Circuit Edition'' extends the draw distance even further, swaps some textures and allows the user to set the time of day in which to race in, whether that be night, dusk or morning. On top of this, the arcade soundtrack is now an option, and new drift mechanics have been implemented, making the game control more similarly to the original arcade version.
  
''Circuit Edition'' is also compatible with the [[Taisen Cable]] cable and allows for online play via the [[Sega Saturn Modem]].
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==Production credits==
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{{creditstable|
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*'''Producer:''' [[Noriyoshi Oba|Noriyoshi Ohba]]
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*'''Director:''' [[Ryuichi Hattori]]
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*'''Project Leader:''' [[Shiro Kinemura]]
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*'''Main Programmer:''' [[Akihito Wada]]
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*'''Programmers:''' [[Toru Nakagawa]], [[Atsutoshi Takahashi]], [[Noriyuki Takano]], [[Susumu Ise]]
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*'''Main Graphic Designer:''' [[Shiro Kinemura]]
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*'''Graphic Designers:''' [[Yoshihito Takahashi]], [[Makiko Suzuki]], [[Maiko Kitagawa]], [[Sanae Tatsuo]], [[Takehiko Akabane]]
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*'''Planner:''' [[Osamu Ohashi]]
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*'''Sound Director:''' [[Tomonori Sawada]]
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*'''Sound Efefcts:''' [[Tatsuya Kouzaki|Tatsuya Kozaki]]
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*'''Sound Programmer:''' [[Atsumu Miyazawa]]
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*'''Vocal:'''
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:'''Vocals For "Sons Of Angels"And "The American Dream" Performed By Eric Martin*.'''
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:'''Lyrics For "Sons Of Angels" And "The American Dream" Written By Eric Martin And Andre Pessis.'''
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:'''Eric Martin Appears Courtesy Of Atlantis Recording Corporation'''
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*'''Music&Remix:''' [[Jun Senoue]], [[Richard Jacques]], [[Kenichi Tokoi]], [[Tomonori Sawada]]
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*'''Advisers:''' [[Toshihiro Nagoshi]], [[Atsuhiko Nakamura]]
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}}
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==Magazine articles==
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{{mainArticle|{{PAGENAME}}/Magazine articles}}
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==Promotional material==
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{{gallery
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|{{gitem|DaytonaUSACE Saturn JP Flyer.pdf|page=1|Flyer}}
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|{{galleryPrintAd|SSM_JP_19970117_1997-01.pdf|ssmjp|1997-01|2,3}}
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|{{galleryPrintAd|SSM_JP_19970131_1997-02.pdf|ssmjp|1997-02|2,3}}
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|SSM_JP_19970307_1997-06.pdf|ssmjp|1997-06|2,3
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|SSM_JP_19970314_1997-07.pdf|ssmjp|1997-07|2
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}}
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}}
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==Physical scans==
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{{ratings
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==Production Credits==
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==Technical information==
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===ROM dump status===
'''Producer:''' [[Noriyoshi Ohba]]<br>
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'''Director:''' [[Ryuichi Hattori]]<br>
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'''Project Leader:''' [[Shiro Kinemura]]<br>
 
'''Main Programmer:''' [[Akihito Wada]]<br>
 
'''Programmers:''' [[Toru Nakagawa]], [[Atsutoshi Takahashi]], [[Noriyuki Takano]], [[Susumu Ise]]<br>
 
'''Main Graphic Designer:''' [[Shiro Kinemura]]<br>
 
'''Graphic Designers:''' [[Yoshihito Takahashi]], [[Makiko Suzuki]], [[Maiko Kitagawa]], [[Sanae Tatsuo]], [[Takehiko Akabane]]<br>
 
'''Planner:''' [[Osamu Ohashi]]<br>
 
'''Sound Director:''' [[Tomonori Sawada]]<br>
 
'''Sound Efefcts:''' [[Tatsuya Kouzaki|Tatsuya Kozaki]]<br>
 
'''Sound Programmer:''' [[Atsumu Miyazawa]]<br>
 
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'''Vocal:''' <br>
 
Vocals For "Sons Of Angels"And "The American Dream" Performed By Eric Martin*.<br>
 
Lyrics For "Sons Of Angels" And "The American Dream" Written By Eric Martin And Andre Pessis.<br>
 
Eric Martin Appears Courtesy Of Atlantis Recording Corporation<br>
 
<br>
 
'''Music&Remix:''' [[Jun Senoue]], [[Richard Jacques]], [[Kenichi Tokoi]], [[Tomonori Sawada]]<br>
 
'''Advisers:''' [[Toshihiro Nagoshi]], [[Atsuhiko Nakamura]]<br>
 
 
}}
 
}}
  
==Track list==
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===Track list===
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==Promotional material==
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==External links==
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*Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): [https://web.archive.org/web/19990824004012/http://www.sega.co.jp:80/sega/p_cafe/DB/09100/09100.html Saturn]
File:DaytonaUSACE Saturn JP Flyer.pdf|Flyer
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SSM_JP_19970314_1997-07.pdf|page=2|[[Sega Saturn Magazine (JP)]] Print advertisement
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==References==
SSM_JP_19970314_1997-07.pdf|page=3|[[Sega Saturn Magazine (JP)]] Print advertisement
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==Physical scans==
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Daytona USA Circuit Edition
System(s): Sega Saturn
Publisher:
Developer:
Sound driver: SCSP/CD-DA (30 tracks)
Peripherals supported: Arcade Racer Joystick, 3D Control Pad, Taisen Cable, Sega Saturn Modem
Genre: Racing































Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥5,800 GS-9100




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Daytona USA Circuit Edition (デイトナUSA サーキット エディション) is a second update to the Sega Saturn version of Daytona USA.

Circuit Edition is also compatible with the Taisen Cable cable and allows for online play via the Sega Saturn Modem.

History

It was developed by Sega AM3 and builds upon the western release of Daytona USA: Champion Circuit Edition released several months prior. Whereas Japan did not receive Champion Circuit Edition, Circuit Edition reached Japanese stores in early 1997 and did not receive a subsequent western release.

Versions

Though the western Champion Circuit Edition and Japanese Circuit Edition are by-and-large the same game, Circuit Edition adds further tweaks to the formula, creating the definitive copy of Daytona USA for the Saturn. Circuit Edition extends the draw distance even further, swaps some textures and allows the user to set the time of day in which to race in, whether that be night, dusk or morning. On top of this, the arcade soundtrack is now an option, and new drift mechanics have been implemented, making the game control more similarly to the original arcade version.

Production credits

Vocals For "Sons Of Angels"And "The American Dream" Performed By Eric Martin*.
Lyrics For "Sons Of Angels" And "The American Dream" Written By Eric Martin And Andre Pessis.
Eric Martin Appears Courtesy Of Atlantis Recording Corporation


Magazine articles

Main article: Daytona USA Circuit Edition/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

DaytonaUSACE Saturn JP Flyer.pdf

PDF
Flyer

SSM JP 19970117 1997-01.pdfSSM JP 19970117 1997-01.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #1997-01: "1997-01 (1997-01-17)" (1996-12-27)

SSM JP 19970131 1997-02.pdfSSM JP 19970131 1997-02.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #1997-02: "1997-02 (1997-01-31)" (1997-01-17)

SSM JP 19970307 1997-06.pdfSSM JP 19970307 1997-06.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #1997-06: "1997-06 (1997-03-07)" (1997-02-21)
also published in:

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
73 №424, p32
83 More...[2]
86 More...Media:SnGwSISDRZK Book JP.pdf[3]
Sega Saturn
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Saturn, JP
DaytonaUSACCE Saturn JP Box Back.jpgDaytonaUSACCE Saturn JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
DaytonaUSACircuitEdition Saturn JP Spinecard.jpg
Spinecard
DaytonaUSACircuitEdition Saturn JP Disc.jpg
Disc
DaytonaUSACircuitEdition Saturn JP Inlay.jpg
Inlay

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
651,962,640 1996-12-04 CD-ROM(JP) GS-9100 V1.001

Track list


1. [data track] ({{{time}}})


2. The King Of Speed [Remix] (04:46)


3. Let's Go Away [Remix] (04:11)


4. Sky High [Remix] (05:17)


5. The Noisy Roars Of Wilderness (04:36)


6. Pounding Pavement [Remix] (05:09)


7. Daytona USA Medley (06:05)


8. The King Of Speed [Goal] (00:11)


9. Let's Go Away [Goal] (00:12)


10. Sky High [Goal] (00:08)


11. The Noisy Roars Of Wilderness [Goal] (00:10)


12. Pounding Pavement [Goal] (00:13)


13. The King Of Speed [Ending] (00:40)


14. Let's Go Away [Ending] (00:36)


15. Sky High [Ending] (00:34)


16. The Noisy Roars Of Wilderness [Ending] (00:33)


17. Pounding Pavement [Ending] (00:39)


18. Sons Of Angels (01:34)


19. The American Dream (04:36)


20. Lack Of Speed (00:10)


21. Sunset On The Daytona Beach (01:06)


22. Crash And Burn (01:48)


23. The King Of Speed [Arcade] (04:32)


24. Let's Go Away [Arcade] (04:17)


25. Sky High [Arcade] (04:31)


26. Breakdown [Arcade] (00:10)


27. Bitchin' [Arcade] (00:11)


28. Check It Out! [Arcade] (00:10)


29. The King Of Speed [Arcade Ending] (00:35)


30. Let's Go Away [Arcade Ending] (00:35)


31. Sky High [Arcade Ending] (00:33)
Running time: 58:48

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Saturn

References


Daytona USA Circuit Edition
DaytonaUSACE title.png

Main page | Comparisons | Hidden content | Magazine articles


Books: Daytona USA Circuit Edition Hisshou Kouryaku Hou (1997) | Daytona USA Circuit Edition (1997)
Music: Daytona USA Circuit Edition Original Sound Track (1997)

Daytona USA series of games
Arcade
Daytona USA (1994) | Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge (1998) | Daytona USA 2: Power Edition (1998) | Sega Racing Classic (2009) | Daytona Championship USA (2017)
Sega Saturn
Daytona USA (1995) | Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition (1996) | Daytona USA Circuit Edition (1997) | Daytona USA: CCE Netlink Edition (1998)
Sega Dreamcast
Daytona USA 2001 (2001)
LCD handheld game
Daytona USA (199x) | Daytona USA (199x)
Windows PC
Daytona USA (1996) | Daytona USA Deluxe (1997) | Daytona USA Deluxe Special Edition (199x)
Xbox Live Arcade
PlayStation 3 PlayStation Network
Daytona USA (2011)
Daytona USA related media
Music
Daytona USA (1994) | Daytona USA Circuit Edition Original Sound Track (1997) | Daytona USA 2 Sound Tracks (1998) | Let's Go Away: The Video Game Daytona USA Anniversary Box (2009)
Book
Daytona USA Koushiki Guide Book (1994) | Daytona USA Kanzen Guide Book (1995) | Daytona USA Official Guide Book (1995) | Daytona USA Circuit Edition Hisshou Kouryaku Hou (1997) | Daytona USA Circuit Edition (1997) | Daytona USA 2 Official Guide (1998)
VHS Video
Daytona USA CGMV (199x)