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ND is the first home release racing title that attempted a 3D perspective environment, but wasn’t the first home release to offer a first person perspective.

Initially released in Arcades and likely based on Dr Reiner Foerst’s Arcade-only Nurburgring title, the home release for the Atari 2600 featured a ‘chase cam’ perspective and did not add a cockpit view or manual gear changes until the Commodore 64 port in 1982, one year after those features debuted in Commodore’s Road Race Released: 1980
Profile Updated: Oct 20, 2023
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