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Driving Emotion Type-S (PlayStation 2) - Overview
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Developer

Escape

Genre

Racing

Release Dates

01/29/01 Square
03/30/00 Square
01/26/01 Electronic Arts

Community Stats

Owners: 3
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 0

Summary

Technology has finally caught up with ambition, and racing games have entered a new dimension.

Square Soft, fine crafters of the Role Playing Game genre, are turning their eye for detail to another genre demanding meticulous attention and intense passion. The first racer out of the house that gave us Final Fantasy (unless you count their Rad Racer back in the 8-bit days...things have changed around here), Driving Emotion Type-S attempts to be the auto enthusiasts' racer. Official cars accurately modeled from production models by Acura, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota, Subaru, Alfaromeo, TVR, and BMW are the game's hallmark. Racing head to head with the premium wheels of Gran Turismo will be one fierce challenge, but this offering includes a complete driving school to teach drivers the finesse of racing--how to handle a corner or foresee a pass and plan ahead. Master your skills completely, because in the real world of racing provided in Driving Emotion, there is no margin for error, and there are no rewards for those who can't feel the ride.

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Latest Updates

Game Information Updated oliist 21st Jun 2010
Game Information Updated Gilgamesh 27th Apr 2009
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Sales History

Total Sales
0.11m
Japan
0.04m
NA
0.03m
Europe
0.01m
Others
0.18m
Total

Opinion (2)

mjk45 posted 18/02/2009, 12:54
wonky wonky steering steer clear of this i didn't
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finalsquall posted 08/12/2007, 10:41
Square should stick with RPG's :P
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