3D Out Run for Nintendo 3DS
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3D Out Run

Mar 12, 2015
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About this game

Developer: SEGA
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

3D Out Run includes all of Out Run’s original content, alongside two new songs and runs at 60 frames per second, which is twice the speed of the original version. The game features a built in Stage Select option that allows players to save and resume progress mid-game, has adjustable difficulty settings, and includes unlockable car customization options. Additionally, players are able to choose from a number of real-life arcade cabinets wherein everything from the appearance to the environmental sounds of the specific cabinet are recreated, providing a true and authentic arcade experience.

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
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Drew LeachmanMar 23, 2015
That is a bit of a steep price, but in its own right, it is still a fun game to play, but for that price it may be a bit too much. Still, it is all up to the player. If they’re looking for a good version of Out Run and have a 3DS, this is the best one to have. The 3D really does work very well with the game. Still, I only suggest this for the hardcore 3DS players and Out Run fans.
Bradly StormMar 17, 2015
3D Out Run is one of the best titles in the entire Sega 3D Classics catalog, and hands down the best installment in wave 2 thus far. Not only does it offer the most rock-solid gameplay and a fantastic presentation, but it feels historically important to boot. It has its share of issues, namely those surrounding cheap design tricks to prevent players from breezing through the light amount of content and the lack of leaderboard implementation. By and large, though, this is a game that shouldn’t be missed by anyone who appreciates Sega and/or gaming experiences of the late 80s and early 90s.
Jonathan TownMar 12, 2015
It's clear that nothing can ever replace the sublime experience of sitting inside a hulking, moving arcade cabinet, steering wheel shaking and Passing Breeze pumping out of the speakers. But with arcades becoming increasingly rare, the Nintendo 3DS version steps up to the table and makes up for its diminutive size by packing in plenty of extra features, stunning presentation and immaculate controls.

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