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[[File:ScudRace Title.png|right|160px]]'''''Scud Race''''', known as '''''Sega Super GT''''' in North America, is a racing game developed for [[Sega Model 3 Step 1.5]] hardware in late 1996. The first Model 3 racing game, ''Scud Race'' is a spiritual sequel to ''[[Daytona USA]]'' with very similar controls, HUD and visual style, though features supercars rather than stock cars. The working title of this game was simply '''''Supercar''''', though European flyers suggest that at one point the ''Scud Race'' name wasn't deemed final either. "Scud" stands for "Sport Car Ultimate Drive".
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[[File:Out Run Title.png|right|160px]]'''''OutRun''''' (アウトラン) is an arcade game developed by [[Sega AM2]] in 1986 for [[Sega OutRun Hardware|specially designed hardware]]. It was designed by [[Yu Suzuki]], and is often considered a milestone in the driving/racing genre, being ported to numerous home playforms and inspiring several sequels. Rather than be classed as a "racing game", Yu Suzuki classifies ''OutRun'' as a "driving game".
  
Like ''Daytona USA'', ''Scud Race'' was based on a real life racing event - the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BPR_Global_GT_Series BPR Global GT Series], being sponsored by the BPR Organization. It also features four real-life cars - the Porsche 911 GT2, the Ferrari F40 GTE, the Dodge Viper GTS-R and the McLaren F1 GTR. Renault Alpine GTA/A610s are also featured, but are driven by the computer and cannot be selected by the player.
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''OutRun'' was a pioneer in video game graphics, audio and arcade cabinet design, picking up multiple awards during the late 1980s. It was the best selling arcade game of 1986 with over 20,000 cabinets sold worldwide.
  
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OutRun (アウトラン) is an arcade game developed by Sega AM2 in 1986 for specially designed hardware. It was designed by Yu Suzuki, and is often considered a milestone in the driving/racing genre, being ported to numerous home playforms and inspiring several sequels. Rather than be classed as a "racing game", Yu Suzuki classifies OutRun as a "driving game".

OutRun was a pioneer in video game graphics, audio and arcade cabinet design, picking up multiple awards during the late 1980s. It was the best selling arcade game of 1986 with over 20,000 cabinets sold worldwide.

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