Another week and another episode of My Life with SEGA. This week A.J looks at Virtua Racing, a fan favorite around these parts. If you have never seen the show enjoy. Three versions of the game, one video. Get to it, hit play!
“This week, we’ll be taking a long hard look at Virtua Racing. Not only will I review the Saturn version, but I’m reviewing the 32X and Genesis/Mega Drive version as well. Which is the best of the bunch? Watch and learn, friends.”
7 responses to “My Life with SEGA reviews Virtua Racing”
Those visuals on the genesis were incredibly impressive, and there wasn’t even a low framerate like star fox
Yeah, it didn’t suffer from the lag Star Fox endured. It’s just a shame the sound wasn’t more robust.
I have the ps2 ver. along with the sega ages ver. of alien syndrome (which I actually prefer). All part of this collection.
And to everyone who may or may not know me Sonicplayer is no more, now I will be Chaos the Destroyer.
Too bad you can’t save your time attack records on 32X version, it makes this mode useless.
thats what the “notes” section is for in the manual 😛
I kid, who ever used the “notes” section?
Haha love the commentary!! I remember spending £65 on the original MD/Genesis cart back in the day. Also picked up the 32X version too. I’ve foolishly topped that spend with the Sonic Generations Collectors Edition.