Racing (Arcade-Style)

Arcade games are games with a gameplay style similar to those found in coin-operated video games. Styles include "unique" gameplay ideas such as Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, through racing and flight games that forgo real-world physics and settings for "over the top" action. This is a very diverse genre that spans most anything that has ever been found in a coin-op cabinet.

Submitted by BongoTrumman on 29 May, 2007 - 02:58

FlatOut 2

Flatout 2 is a racing game made by Bugbear entertainment. The main draw of the game is the destructible environments and the fact that the driver of every car is a ragdoll, which is used in many of the various mini-game levels.

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Submitted by lowlymarine on 4 December, 2006 - 02:44

Need for Speed: Carbon

Need for Speed: Carbon is a sequel to last year's Need for Speed: Most Wanted. You play the same nameless character, having just escaped from Rockport with the insane Sgt. Cross on your tail. You total your car as he chases you, but just as he's about to nab you, a friend of yours steps in and pays him off. Now it's up to you help your friend battle for turf and get to the top of Palmont City's blacklist...err, street racing circle.

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