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Formula One Racing Video Game Introduction: Michael Andrettis World GP, F-1 Spirit, Ayrton Sennas Super Monaco GP II Source Wikipedia

Formula One Racing Video Game Introduction: Michael Andrettis World GP, F-1 Spirit, Ayrton Sennas Super Monaco GP II

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Published August 18th 2011
ISBN : 9781233084968
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30 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Michael Andrettis World GP, F-1 Spirit, Ayrton Sennas Super Monaco GP II, Formula One WorldMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Michael Andrettis World GP, F-1 Spirit, Ayrton Sennas Super Monaco GP II, Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit, Formula One 99, Formula One 2002, Formula One 2000, F1 Grand Prix: Nakajima Satoru, F1 Circus, F1 Hero, Formula 1 98, Formula One 2003, Racing Simulation 2, Human Grand Prix III: F1 Triple Battle, F1 2000, Grand Prix 3, Grand Prix Simulator, F1 Super License: Nakajima Satoru, TX-1, F-1 Grand Prix, Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving, Exhaust Heat, Formula One 04, Nigel Mansells F-1 Challenge, Final Lap, Grand Prix Circuit, F-1 World Grand Prix, Monaco Grand Prix, F1 Pole Position 64, Pole Position II, F1 Pole Position 2, F1 Racing Championship, F1 2011, Grand Prix World, F1 Challenge, F-1 Grand Prix Part 3, F-1 Grand Prix Part 2, F1 2002, Formula One Arcade, F-1 World Grand Prix II, F-1 Dream, Combo Racer, Nigel Mansells World Championship Racing, Final Lap 2, Grand Prix Manager, Final Lap 3, Drivers Eyes, F-1 Pilot. Excerpt: Michael Andrettis World GP (known in Japan as Nakajima Satoru: F-1 Hero) is a video game developed by Varie released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990. It starred American IndyCar driver Michael Andretti, and featured the full sixteen-race schedule of the FIA Formula One World Championship circuit. World GP was unique in that it deviated from most console racing games of its time. Instead of being an arcade-style driving game (such as Rad Racer or Al Unser Jr.s Turbo Racing), World GP more closely resembled a simulation-style racing game. It was the first NES racing game to feature an entire field of real-life drivers (although all but Andretti had pseudonyms), and rather accurately depicted the sixteen circuits on the Formula One schedule. Four different cars were offered in the game, however, there were no car set-ups in the game, a feature most frequently ...