Oh look, a motocross game on the 32X! If only it were as good as we had hoped it would be. Sadly, Motocross Championship is one of those games that friends point to and snicker whenever you try to defend your investment in a 32X system. It’s ok friends. We know exactly how you feel. Come read our full review and let us ease your pain.
The Genesis isn’t exactly known for its great library of racers, and it’s most likely for that reason that many people have passed over Championship Pro-Am. That’s a shame, as it’s undoubtedly one of the best in the genre, and worth tracking down.
OutRun 2019 deviates from the classic formula the series is known for, and for that reason it’s the most controversial of the bunch. Deviation doesn’t necessarily mean inferiority, so this one may be worth checking out for fans of the OutRun games and racing lovers in general.
Street Racer appeared on several formats in 1995. The goal when creating this game appeared to be to produce a racer that didn’t just involve using the cars to race, and while this doesn’t make for an exactly unique experience, it certainly made for a refreshing alternative for all the racing game players out there.
Everybody likes OutRun. The Ferrari, the music, the multiple paths; it’s all good. As one of the seminal racing games ever made, it has achieved almost legendary status. Originally released on the Sega Master System, it was brought to the Genesis in 1990 and was considered the best version until Sega brought it back on the Saturn for the Sega Ages Series.