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Automobili Lamborghini (Nintendo 64) - Overview
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Alternative Names

Automobili Lamborghini: Super Speed Race 64

Developer

Titus Software

Genre

Racing

Release Dates

11/30/97 Titus
05/29/98 Taito
12/01/97 Titus

Community Stats

Owners: 27
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 1
Now Playing: 0

Summary

Automobili Lamborghini is a racing video game by Titus Software, similar to the Need for Speed series of games. The Japanese version was distributed by Taito and has actual pictures of various models of Lamborghini with their names displayed before the demo screen. These photos and descriptions were deleted for the U.S. release.

There are 4 modes of play: Championship, Single Race, Arcade and Time Trial. In a race, if the players' cars run out of fuel or has their tires worn down, they are urged to take a pit stop where they engage in a brief minigame. Automobili Lamborghini featured nine cars that resembled actual supercars. These resembled cars such as the Porsche 959, Ferrari F50, Ferrari Testarossa, Dodge Viper, the McLaren F1, and the Bugatti EB110, that could be unlocked by winning championships. These were joined by the two default cars, which resembled the Lamborghini Countach and Lamborghini Diablo.

The game has reasonably good graphics and adventurous racetracks, however the realism of speed and control for the cars was a major criticism.

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Release Date Added to Database supermario128 18th Jun 2008

Sales History

Total Sales
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Japan
0.28m
NA
0.17m
Europe
0.01m
Others
0.47m
Total

Opinion (4)

goldeneye0065r posted 30/12/2011, 05:06
pft this and roadster ugh
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SaviorX posted 30/03/2009, 01:37
I remember this game fondly. It had a couple secret passageways too. Good times.
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supermario128 posted 17/06/2008, 05:18
Yes it was.
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ioi posted 26/01/2008, 01:49
This was an amazing game!
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