If you liked the fine SNES version of this game, you'll get good mileage out of the Genesis game. It's virtually identical, which means these tracks are filled with strong racing.
As with the SNES version, the game provides a lot of good options. You choose from 15 rural tracks (a mix of ovals and road courses), and you customize your stock car in 20 ways (everything from the color to the tires). This game's for thinking drivers; matching your car's specs to the right track in order to beat the hard-chargin' competition is a true challenge.
ProTip: On steeply banked tracks like the ovals in Florida or Alabama, lower the spoiler's angle to generate higher speeds.
Efficient controls enable you to effectively weave through traffic. Your car really responds to changes you make, and it never goes so fast that you're always flying off the track, a problem that plagues other racing games.
The graphics are about equivalent with the SNES edition: large cars, spinouts, and colorful backgrounds with moving clouds and jets. The cars aren't as sharply defined as the SNES's, and the game still needs visual details like flying sparks from collisions. But the race is definitely involving, especially in the two-player split-screen game.
The sounds are about as strong as they were on the SNES. The roaring engines and screeching tires accurately convey the world of speed.
You'll go much slower on a twisty road course like Washington's than you do on an oval track, so select soft tires that'll handle all the turns.
Any racer can get into this game. The sophisticated options will entice veteran drivers, and the hard-chargin' action will attract novice speed demons. Climb in and peel out!
Download ESPN Speedworld
Fans of ESPN racing on TV will get good mileage out of this fine racing game. Plenty of options give veteran racers a full set of challenges.
This game is more than your standard two-player driving game. All the TV trappings are included, which qualifies Speed World as an entertaining racer. Dr. Jerry Punch provides the analysis, and 24 stock cars battle it out on the same rural tracks you'd see on the show.
Unlike the uncomplicated A1 Unser game, this one demands some intelligent choices. You can customize everything on your car from the angle of the spoiler to the firmness of the tires. Most of the tracks are basic ovals, so you'll need to give your car ever}' competitive edge over the opposition to win.
ProTip: Until you get the hang of the cars elect to use soft tires. Automatic Low for your tranny, and a high spoiler.
Fortunately, these smooth- handling cars respond well to your commands. If you've correctly customized your car for the driving conditions, it'll fly into bank turns and weave past cars on the outside.
Oregon is one of the most challenging tracks because of its length and many turns.
World of Speed
Good graphics lift this game a cut above many other racers. Large, colorful cars are augmented by realistic, detailed backgrounds, and the on-screen map and gauges give you lots of help without detracting from the action. The sounds add even more life; cars roar by with power, overlaid by Punch's clear voice.
If you're a driver who likes to tinker with cars, then ESPN Speed World has the racing you want. It's fast, smart, and flat-out fun.
Go easy on collisions -- a full spinout could be disastrous.
Usually in sport car race emulators your task is limited to making laps on the chosen track. In this game 23 CPU cars will wish to smash your car against the protection walls, or, which is worse, to tightly box you up. To win this race, you will need to do a lot of fair pushing.
You should ride racing cars like GT on various American tracks. The majority of tracks are shaped in a circle, but there are also more complex tracks. So to get trained before the season will be reasonable. You start the season with some money, which grow up after a successful performance.. The money is spent on improving the engine, more able and car bodies.
Speed your way through a racing rush as you feel the adrenaline of hugging curves and then flooring the gas with out having to leave the safety of your home in this high-octane stock car racing action. ESPN Speed World is a Super NES and Mega Drive/Genesis video game that involves the player controlling a NASCAR version car. Feel the control as you do laps around a circuit and strive to get as close to first place as you possibly can and gaining victory of the checkered flag. Using ESPN announcer that found popularity in the mid 1990s, this intense racing experience captivates the illusion of the true racing experience. Released in 1994 by Sony Imagesoft, ESPN Speed World is a single or multiplayer game for Super NES or Mega Drive/Genesis platforms.