My Life with SEGA reviews Virtua Racing

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.”

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7 responses to “My Life with SEGA reviews Virtua Racing

  1. Crazytails says:

    Those visuals on the genesis were incredibly impressive, and there wasn’t even a low framerate like star fox

  2. mylifewithsega says:

    Yeah, it didn’t suffer from the lag Star Fox endured. It’s just a shame the sound wasn’t more robust.

  3. sonicplayer says:

    I have the ps2 ver. along with the sega ages ver. of alien syndrome (which I actually prefer). All part of this collection.

  4. Amrith says:

    Too bad you can’t save your time attack records on 32X version, it makes this mode useless.

    • Barry the Nomad says:

      thats what the “notes” section is for in the manual 😛

      I kid, who ever used the “notes” section?

  5. Spanders P says:

    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.

    Silly, Spanders

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