Soup Up Your Ride in Sega's First Customizable Racing Game -- Sega GT for Dreamcast; Build and Race Your Own Car in the Ultimate Driving Experience.
Business Editors & High-Tech/Entertainment Writers
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 29, 2000
Think you can build the ultimate GT roadster? Prove it! Sega(R) today introduced "Sega GT Sega GT, released as "Sega GT Homologation Special" (SegaGT ホモロゲーションスペシャル) in Japan, February 17 2000, is a semi-simulation oriented racing game for the Dreamcast. (TM)" for the 128-bit, Internet-ready Sega Dreamcast(TM) videogame console. In "Sega GT," players can tweak To make minor adjustments in an electronic system or in a software program in order to improve performance. See calibrate.
1. tweak - To change slightly, usually in reference to a value. Also used synonymously with twiddle. and race over 130 high-performance GT sports cars, or design their very own racecars from scratch, then hit the track for a high-speed showdown. The first customizable car racing game A racing game is any game that involves competing in races through a surrogate playing piece or vehicle, either getting it from one point to another or completing a number of circuits in the shortest time. for Dreamcast, "Sega GT" is available at retail stores nationwide this month.
In "Sega GT," players can create and race their dream machines in the Car Workshop, but choosing the right combination of parts from the factory is key to winning races. With more than 2 million possible car-part-combinations, players must decide whether a 19-inch magnesium wheel is the best way to make the car corner like it's on rails, or whether intimidating the competition with a blast from a big muffler muffler, in automobiles, device designed to reduce the noise from the exhaust of an internal-combustion engine. When the exhaust gases from an internal-combustion engine are released directly into the atmosphere, they create a loud noise, caused by the passage of the is the way to go. After trying out their creations at the track, players can use Dreamcast's Visual Memory Unit (VMU VMU Virtual Memory Unit (Dreamcast device)
VMU Visual Memory Unit
VMU Virtual Matching Utility
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VMU Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron (US DoD)
VMU Vehicle Mount Unit ) to upload lap times and trade racing machines with other players over the Internet.
"'Sega GT' takes racing games to the next level, offering gamers a unique experience every time they play," said Rich Briggs, product manager for Sega of America. "With car customization and Internet elements, 'Sega GT' offers extensive replayability and adrenaline-packed fun for racing enthusiasts and casual gamers alike, making it the most realistic driving simulation ever."
Players looking for Looking for
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"Sega GT" players can tear it up in five racing seasons on over 20 different challenging tracks. Additional game features like split-screen head-to-head mode and instant replay offer an added bonus to the excitement of "Sega GT."
"Sega GT" is available in stores now at a suggested retail price of $39.99. "Sega GT" is rated E for Everyone.
About Sega Dreamcast
The 128-bit Internet ready Sega Dreamcast is available in the US with a built-in 56K modem, allowing for full Internet functionality via SegaNet, the only high-speed online console gaming network and ISP (1) See in-system programmable.
(2) (Internet Service Provider) An organization that provides access to the Internet. Connection to the user is provided via dial-up, ISDN, cable, DSL and T1/T3 lines. service for Dreamcast and PC users. Dreamcast currently has over 100 titles available. The total Dreamcast game library count will be more than 200 by December 2000.
Sega of America is the American arm of Tokyo, Japan-based Sega Enterprises, Ltd. responsible for the development, marketing and distribution of Sega videogame systems and videogames in the Americas. Sega Enterprises, Ltd. is a nearly $2.5 billion company recognized as the industry leader in interactive digital entertainment media, offering interactive entertainment experiences both inside and outside the home. Sega of America's World Wide Web site is located at www.sega.com.